MAC x Jeremy Scott Lo-Fi Eyeshadow Palette ($75.00 for 0.51 oz.) is a new, limited edition eyeshadow palette that contains a whopping 29 hues. The majority of the shades are new (and exclusive) to the palette, though there are a few pulled from the archives. Unfortunately, the quality was all over the place with very few hits and mostly misses. The shimmers were surprisingly dry, almost sparkly and loose, despite only one shade (Creative Copper) being an actual Lustre finish! Trying to apply these onto bare skin was a look not worth repeating, and over primer, they were definitely improved, but the shimmers all needed to be used over a tackier base or with a dampened brush to adhere decently. The mattes were fairly buildable, though blending often required two or three shades to cheat my way there along with twice as much time as I’d expect to spend on an elaborate, colorful eye.
Lo-Fi Eyeshadow Palette
MAC x Jeremy Scott Future Emotions Lip x 9 Palette ($35.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a new, limited edition lipstick palette that contains nine shades with about half of them being previously released. I find that the more matte the finish, the less opaque and less flattering the shade was in this pan format (the actual tube-style lipsticks applied better on average). The lipstick palette was surprisingly small with a mere 0.12 oz., whereas a full-size lipstick contains 0.10 oz. and retails for $17.50.
Future Emotions Lip x 9 Palette
MAC x Jeremy Scott Acoustica Cheek x 3 Palette ($35.00 for 0.31 oz.) is a new, limited edition cheek trio that features a golden highlighter, matte bronzer, and matte pink blush. The highlighter was incredibly intense (surprisingly so!) on the skin, while the bronzer and blush were decent (thin, a little stiff, but they wee fairly easy to use on my face).