MAC Terry Barber Eye See is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $66.00 and contains 0.68 oz.
MAC Terry Barber Eye See Eyeshadow x15 Palette ($65.00 for 0.68 oz.) is a new, limited edition palette exclusive to Selfridges. The palette's shades were picked by Terry Barber, the director of makeup artistry at MAC and someone who has been with the company for 25 years. The color story is incredibly well-done with a good mix of shimmers and mattes along with light, mid-tone, and deeper shades. As a long-time fan and follower of MAC's releases, the shades chosen are quintessential MAC eyeshadow shades. All 15 shades are lovely to work with and either consistent or better than the last version I have purchased.
What's interesting about the palette is that upon arrival, it turned out to be a classic, empty 15-pan palette that was filled with refills of each of the shades--I already knew it was comprised solely of shades from the permanent range--but past pre-made 15-pan palettes have had the eyeshadow pans glued into the palette itself.
I wish MAC actually implemented this for all of their pre-made palettes, but one improvement they could implement: a label on the back with the shade names or maybe a piece of paper that I could keep inside the lid. There was a postcard-sized sheet, but it didn't have shade names, though. I would LOVE to see MAC release a palette like this more often, like a spring/summer and fall/winter combination of shades highlighted from their permanent range but available at a discount.
FYI, it can be purchased and shipped to the US, which is how I came by mine (I also have Selfridges+, which is like the Amazon Prime of Selfridges; perfect for someone like me who places at least a few orders a year!). That being said, every single shade is part of the permanent range, so any combination of the shades can be purchased through MAC directly, too. I bought it because I was curious about the performance of the shades and whether any of them would feel updated/different as some of the more recent MAC palette releases have feel improved/different.