MAC Fluidity Collection for Holiday 2015

MAC Fluidity Collection
MAC Fluidity Collection

High impact eyes are just a stroke away. M·A·C’s new Fluidline Eye Liner combines your favourite pigmented liner with the versatility of a pen for vivid colour that glides across the lid like liquid ink. The applicator’s ultra fine tip provides a sleek, high-intensity line that’s smudge-resistant and dries quickly to a bold matte finish. Like calligraphy
for your eyes.

November 27th at Macy's; December 10th online elsewhere and in-stores

The Details

Fluidline Pen, $22.00 U.S. / $24.00 CDN (Permanent)

  • Retro Black Black
  • Vintage Brown Deep dark brown
  • Indelibly Blue Deep navy blue
  • Privet Sea green

Pro Longwear Paint Pot, $22.00 U.S. / $26.00 CDN (Permanent)

  • Layin’ Low Creamy beige
  • Groundwork Mid-tone neutral taupe
  • Painterly Nude beige
  • Soft Ochre Yellow beige
  • Bare Study Soft beige with gold pearl


MAC Fluidity Collection
MAC Fluidity Collection

MAC Fluidity Collection
MAC Fluidity Collection

MAC Fluidity Collection
MAC Fluidity Collection

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I am relieved that these don’t have the same applicator as Benefit and Smashbox’s “twist-up” gel liners! Also, I have mixed feelings about MAC’s eyeliners. I love the Boot Black liquid liner, but I’m not crazy about the penultimate eyeliners. I hope these are different–I love the idea of fluidline pens.

So, why are the paint pots listed? Are they new?
I’m really interested in the pens. I have been on a lifelong search for an easy to use non-black liner pen.

I believe they’ve converted them to the Pro Longwear formula (or name). They were listed as part of the launch – sometimes they also just repromote things.

Once again, no purple. I would kill for a dark plum liquid liner, but everything I’ve seen is too bright or too shiny. If anyone has a suggestion, please let me know. I have a MUFE one which is the perfect color, but has glitter. I swear I want to start a company that only offers purples and blues that are pigmented and apply beautifully.

How about Illamasqua’s Havoc? It’s a plain dark plum/purple. It isn’t matte, but there isn’t any glitter or metallic shine to it.

That Sea Green is calling my name! That being said, do companies think black, brown, blue, purple, and green are the only eyeliner colors people want?

Hmm, I wonder if that’s a new formula for the paint pots or the same one. I love the color Soft Ochre, as it’s a perfect match for my skin and covers all my lid discolorations but it creases on my oily lids 🙁 so hoping it’s a new formula

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