Saturday, December 27, 2008

Winter 2008: MAC Dame Edna Collection

perfect for the post-holiday season, the new Dame Edna collection from MAC is fun and playful, and perfect for shooing away the post-holiday blues...

Dame Edna is the resident muse for our spectacular post-holiday makeup collection, and modestly describes herself as "probably the most popular and gifted woman in the world today: housewife, investigative journalist, social anthropologist, talk-show host, swami, children’s book illustrator, spin doctor, megastar, and icon." with packaging as mirthful and minx-like as the legend herself, the Dame Collection of heavy-on-the-lilac lipstick/lipglass, eye shadow, high-light powder and nail lacquers is in a class by itself! "follow my beauty regime possums, and you’ll never be cosmetically challenged" – Dame Edna


Gladiola- matte mid-tone blue pink
Coral Polyp- creamy mid-tone coral
Kanga Rouge- creamy dark blue red


Splendid- frosty pale pinky coral
Possum Nose Pink- sheer bright coral with multi-dimensional pearl
Hot Frost- sheer mid-tone blue pink with multi-dimensional pearl

Royal Tour Eye Trio:

Royal Tour- mid-tone cool lilac
Dame’s Desire- frosty mid-tone reddish purple
Climate Blue- dark blue violet with pink pearl

Wisteria Eye Trio:

Fineshine- frosty true silver
Wisteria- frosty robin’s egg blue
Divine Night- frosty charcoal with silver pearl

Hi-Light Powder:

What a Dame!- pale clean orangey peach
Spectacle!- pale soft pink

Nail Lacquer:

Asiatique- creamy classic red
Varicose Violet- frosty mid-tone pinkish purple

so, what do you think of this collection?


1 comment:

sweets5260 said...

OMG! That is totally out of control! Well, I like the eye glasses that are on the packaging. I use to work for a lady who wore similiar glasses with crystals on them and she would sit in her office and eye me over the top of her glasses to make sure I was working. LOL I've never even heard of this lady. I'm totally shocked that *MAC has done a collection after her. I like it, but I just don't see the line targeted to the normal "MAC" customer...