Wow.. this is a stunning range if you’re heading to the 70’s vibe this summer. They are so, so shimmery – my camera isn’t picking it up as well as I’d like, but I’ve got a Persicope on them that does show how vibrant they are so do head there (britishbeautyblogger) if you’d like to see a broadcast about them.
Something else to bear in mind is that MAC Le Disko Dazzledusts are creamy powder shadows that are monochrome, but they’re mixed with so many sparkles that they look multi-dimensional, and because of that the colours look different in photography – for example, one of MAC’s own pictures of She Sparkles has it looking pink, but in fact, it’s grey.
I can tell you these have been a nightmare to swatch – because they look different in changing light, and we’re cloudy, sunny, cloudy, sunny here today, it’s been so hard to keep track. I don’t think there are any discrepancies, but there might be ;-).
On my arm from bottom to top in natural light, I have Let’s Roll, Get Physical, Slow/Fast/Slow, Feel The Fever, Try Me On.
And under artifical light.
Say It Isn’t So, Let’s Boogie, Cant’ Stop, Don’t Stop, I Like 2 Watch, Last Dance.
And in artificial light.
In addition, there are five Dazzleglass glosses launching, and two Superslick Liquid Liners. The MAC Le Disco range is launching in July to all MAC locations and on-line.
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