|Pretty Pink Gingham print box!|
I managed to get a great look at the collection at Selfridges (who currently have the collection exclusively) and there were some nice pieces. Sometimes my MAC shopping experiences have left much to be desired (pinning your customer to the spot is never a good tactic!) I'm pleased to say that I was offered assistance within a minute and had an assistants full attention and help (unlike the Laura Mercier counter where I was the sole customer and ignored while the SA's chatted to each other- their loss)!
|Photo fail: Then tendertone is on the right!|
The overall feel is 50's Kitch and this is reflected in the packaging. I liked the look of Runway Red lipstick but it is similar to one I have from collection 2000, so I left it there! Plus it's not a colour I would wear lots so I'd rather invest in something I'll get more use out of. I almost, almost picked up Innocence Beware- in fact I might go back and pick it up.
|Notice the pretty shimmer :)|
Once applied, the colour is quite sheer, but they look good on their own or over a lip stick or stain. These really make my lips feel so soft!
Shop MAC, Cook Mac is currently available exclusively at Selfridges stores and online. As a little extra, from February 25th there will be a 50's Kitch Mac pop up at Selfridges Oxford Street with models, Djs, and checkouts. I'm not sure when the collection will be on Mac online but I plan to pick up a few more tendertones for sure!
|Tendertones get a (fashion pout) smile from me!|
Tendertone's cost £11 for 6ml and come in a glass jar (which is slightly smaller than the soon-to-be-discontinued Studio Sculpt concealer). You can view the whole collection on Selfridges online (link!)
What do you think of the Mac Limited Edition collections? Will you be purchasing anything? Have you tried the tendertones?
P.s. Dont forget my amazing skincare giveaway! Win the ENTIRE Pond's skincare range- perhaps win it for your mum/Nana for mother's day? (link!)