MAC Give Me Liberty of London Collection

As of today M•A•C Give Me Liberty of London Collection is now available for purchase in M•A•C stores all across Kuwait.

The very latest in a series of famous MAC Collaborations, it was only a matter of time before the demure-to-daring kaleidoscopic prints of Liberty of London coloured our world with Brit wit and bohemian chic. From the unstudied, Sienna Miller style of Spitalfields Market to the grit-and-glamour of Portobello Road, the swinging London girl has always been an unstoppable MAC makeup force! Spring 2010 insists on the ultimate flower fusion, with M·A·C Give Me Liberty of London, creating cool Britannia compacts and Lipsticks, Eye Shadows, Powder, Blush, Nail Lacquers and, of course – blushing, bountiful, quite British accessories.

I think the packaging looks fun! I would not say I love it but it’s a refreshing change nonetheless.

Liberty of London Makeup Bag Size: Medium

Liberty of London Makeup Bag Size: Small

Liberty of London Makeup Scarf
A limited-edition scarf designed with an exclusively created floral pattern for the Give Me Liberty of London collection. Rows of coral, orange, yellow and blue flowers form a repeating pattern on a white background. The fabric is a soft wool/viscose blend. Made in Italy. Measures 27″ x 82″.

Sadly, neither the scarf nor the makeup bags will be making it to Kuwait.

M•A•C Lipglass Left-Right: A Different Groove (Deep purple brown with pearl ), English Accents (Creamy mid-tone blue pink), Frankly Fresh (Neutral pink beige with soft pearl ), Perennial High Style (Creamy bright pink coral)

Aside from A Different Groove (honestly, brown with multicolor shimmer for spring?) the rest of the colors are absolutely gorge! I am warning you though, these lipglasses are quite creamy, meaning they can and will settle into the lines of your lips. Fret not, you can still use these for layering over your lipstick. Also if you didn’t manage to get Viva Glam Gaga before they ran out, I suggest you try English Accents.

M•A•C Lipstick (KD 6/500) Left-Right: Blooming Lovely (Creamy greyed lilac mauve) (Amplified), Ever Hip (Creamy light coral) (Cremesheen), Peachstock (Neutral peach) (Satin),  Petals & Peacocks (Creamy bright magenta pink) (Amplified)

M•A•C Eyeshadow (KD 6/000) Left-Right Top Row: Birds & Berries (Frosted dark green blue) (Veluxe Pearl), Bough Grey (Mid-tone bluish grey) (Satin)

M•A•C Eyeshadow (KD 6/000) Left-Right Bottom Row: Dame’s Desire (Frosty mid-tone reddish purple) (Frost), Free to Be (Creamy true coral) (Matte), Give Me Liberty of London (Flat creamy pink) (Matte)

M•A•C Powder Blush (KD 8/500) Left-Right: Dirty Plum (Sheer dark plum), Prim & Proper (Neutral nude)

M•A•C Beauty Powder Left-Right: Shell Pearl (Pale peach with gold pearl),  Summer Rose (Soft violet pink with pearl)

The luxurious, soft pearl finish of M·A·C Beauty Powder packaged in a glossy white compact. Lid is decorated with an exclusively created flower and bird pattern for the Give Me Liberty of London collection.

M•A•C Nail Lacquer Left-Right: Blue India (Dark green blue with pearl) (Cream), Vestral White (Creamy white) (Cream)

I think this collection is quite interesting. Most of these are repromotes (same colours, different names/collections). As always, these are all limited edition items, so if you have your eye on something, do hurry. The items that are not limited edition are Pro, which is even worse because for some reason, we do not have a M•A•C Pro Store in Kuwait (hint hint AlShayaa Group). Aside from that, I have no idea why the scarf and makeup bags did not make it to Kuwait. That said, happy shopping, ladies!

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