A color collection inspired by a rare bird who has always been ahead of her time, Mrs. Iris Apfel. Subject of her own exhibit at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and larger-than-life star, Apfel boldly mixed flea market finds with haute couture decades before doing it was considered de rigueur. M·A·C presents Lipsticks, Beauty Powder and Eye Shadows with as much fabulous flair and joie de vivre as the woman who helped create it.
Party Parrot is described as a bright red pink. Pink Pigeon is described as bright cleanest pink. Both lipsticks have a matte finish.
I’ve swatched Party Parrot on top and Pink Pigeon on the bottom. Party Parrot is a coral pink whereas Pink Pigeon is more of a fuchsia but because these come in a matte finish, they are more wearable than an amplified finish. Obviously my favorite of the two is Party Parrot but depending on your skintone, this might be tricky to pull of as it’s a neon shade whereas Pink Pigeon is universally flattering regardless.