M·A·C Wash & Dry collection - My picks

12:21 AM

Hello,

M·A·C has just released its summer collection here in Switzerland and I'm super excited to show you what I picked!

First of all, the packaging is just gorgeous with this beautiful teal-to-yellow gradient. It looks so summery!


I took many pictures! Just as for the Toledo collection I love the packaging so much that I really enjoyed photographing this collection!







At first I only wanted to pick a blush or a bronzer and decided to go back home with Frenshen Up (High-Light Powder) but then I innocently tried Monday Blues when I was at Douglas and really liked how glossy it looked that I decided to pick it, too. And then...well...I took the other polish and a lipstick :p








Nail Polishes - Monday Blues & Washteria
OK, let's start with the 2 polishes of this collection.
Monday Blues is a gorgeous dark blue creme polish and Washeteria is a pretty teal creme.
Both polishes are very pigmented. For perfect coverage I used 2 coats.
Washteria is really gorgeous (it's slightly more green than what you can see in my pictures). Be sure to apply a base coat because it can lightly stain your nails. With a base coat, there is no problem (because this is a light stain) but better be warned.




As the colors work great together, I decided to combine them in a nail art!
I used Nail Vinyls Chevron by NailVinyls that I bought form Hypnotic Polish to creat the design. It's super easy and it creates a nice effect.




High-Light Powder - Freshen Up
It's a tri-colored powder that consists of a warm medium coral with red undertones, a sweet peach, a yellow banana with a satin finish. There is a shimmery golden overspray but it disappears upon the first application considering it's just an overspray.
On my NC15 skintone, Freshen Up can definitely be used as a blush with a good color payoff. I was surprized because I thought it would look lighter on me. It's easily blendable so it's easy to control the amount of color you want on your cheeks. It gives a very nice and fresh look and I love it! I'm really happy I got it!







Lipstick - Steam Heat
The lipstick addict that I am couldn't not get one of the lipsticks.
Steam Heat is described as a vivid yellow-red with a satin finish. It's a medium red with warm undertones. In the bullet, it looks brighter than it does on the lips. It's definitely a medium-to slightly dark red on the lips.
It has a good pigmentation and allows smooth application. It lasts on me about 6 hours before I need to reapply it. It survives small collations and coffee but will disappear when you eat a lunch or dinner. It's neither drying nor hydrating.









So...what do you think about this collection? Did you get something or do you intend to get something?



Purchase info
MAC products can be purchased from MAC cosmetics online store and MAC cosmetics.ch for Switzerland. In Switzerland, you can also find MAC at Manor, Globus, and Douglas.
- See more at: http://www.nailderella.com/2015/04/mac-toledo-collection-my-picks.html#sthash.mX7eWYop.dpuf
Purchase info 
M·A·C  products can be purchased from M·A·C  cosmetics online store and M·A·C cosmetics.ch for Switzerland. In Switzerland, you can also find MAC at Manor, Globus, and Douglas.


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