Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Video Review: MAC Art of Powder Collection

It’s part review, part first impressions/swatches, but really?  It’s mostly excavating fun!

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10 thoughts on “Video Review: MAC Art of Powder Collection

  1. divinem (Melissa)

    Design is nice, but there has to be some utility. None here, IMO. Thanks for saving me some greenbacks, Christine.

  2. Kelsey

    What nail polish are you wearing?

  3. I’ll pass, nothing seems interesting enough but if I was a collector I would definitely get them all.

  4. Ha – you’re funny! I was an anthropology major with a focus on archaeology in college. I even went on some actual field excavations. Honestly, you aren’t too far off – you’re very methodical and scientific in all of your reviews. You could even call it “Makeup Archaeology” – wish I could have specialized in that subfield in school!

  5. Mariella

    At these prices (probably tack on 5 dollars,if not more, for Canada), I’m happy to pass on these. I buy makeup to USE, not to keep in tact as a collector’s item (even LE packaging is no big deal to me) so these 3 powders just seem a waste of money to me.

  6. Lizzi

    Eh… Too artsy, not enough quality for the price. Great review though!

  7. AS

    Makeup snuff film! I guess it just makes the surfaces look more urban and graffiti-like.

  8. Rana

    love the pink bronzer! exactly what i’ve been looking for…a bronzer with a hint of feminine pink!