Moment of silence for the legendary Jeremy Scott X MAC cosmetics collaboration. I’m not sure where to begin. My obsession with what Jeremy Scott has done as the creative director of Moschino, or the quality and packaging detail that went into the Mac collab. If you can imagine packaging the vibrancy of the 80’s music and street style era,that’s exactly how the Jeremy Scott X Mac Cosmetic collab looks. Vibrant colors, bright hues and bold prints.The fun and funky packaging doesn’t fall short of quality. The 29 shade eyeshadow palette gives you a variety of textures to play with for various looks. Satin, matte, and pearl colors can be mixed and matched to fit every creative look imaginable. I’ll be the first to admit that I can be a bit boring when it comes to my eyeshadow so bright colors tend to discourage me,but this pallets is beautiful. It has the perfect amount of neutral and brown tones that I’m comfortable with and just enough color for me to be a little bold. When it comes to sticking with the 80’s concept, I think they did a beautiful job of staying true to the theme while taking into consideration a bronze/ glowy consumer like myself. This palette is so versatile! There’s a little something for everyone. If you guys haven’t noticed already, I’m a little obsessed with MAC products. I know there are a million different brands but something about MAC that always seems to fall in line as my “go- to” not to mention the staff at the Houston Galleria are always extremely helpful. I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again, I’m on the struggle bus. As much as I love makeup, I don’t always know what I should be doing. If it doesn’t work the first time I tend to give up. However, the Make Up Artist at the Houston Galleria are nothing short of amazing when it comes to answering questions and pointing you in the right direction. If you haven’t checked out the Jeremy Scott collab yet be sure to get your hands on it while you can! I lowkey wanted to get the entire collection solely to display on my vanity but decided against it. I think they call this adulthood?
Let me know what you think of the collab!