MAC Nocturnals Makeup Collection for Holiday 2013

MAC Nocturnals Makeup Collection for Holiday 2013.  A few weeks ago we got our first look at the first Mac Holiday collection for 2013 , ...

MAC Nocturnals Makeup Collection for Holiday 2013.  A few weeks ago we got our first look at the first Mac Holiday collection for 2013, and today we have news of exact product information First up is the Nocturnals collection. Hitting stores starting Nov 7th, Nocturnals will feature sets of some of our favorite items grouped together. From lippies, to eye pigments, look below for more details.

    For all those devoted to life from dusk to dawn. After-dark glamour comes in mini kits for seductive spirits seeking nocturnal pleasures. Lavish sets evoke the intoxicating essence of evenings out, in glossy black boxes embellished in white and gold. M·A·C Nocturnals Pigments and Glitter features five convenient jars, giving you smoky eyes in three scintillating shade waves. Nocturnals Lip Gloss provides high-impact colour in three sumptuous shades of coral, pink and nude. With just a whisper of polish for your pout, Nocturnals Tastitints condition in barely-there shades and four different flavours: peppermint, vanilla, lavender and guava.

Nocturnals Lipgloss/Nude ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    Boy Bait Light neutral beige with pearl (Cremesheen Glass) (Permanent)
    Overindulgence Neutral brown (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Richly Revered Vampy blue red (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Phiff! Light beige nude (Dazzleglass) (Repromote)

Nocturnals Lipgloss/Pink ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    Fashion Scoop Clear pink (Cremesheen Glass) (Permanent)
    Colour Saturation Dark cool wine creme (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Petite Indulgence Bright blue-pink (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Dressed to Dazzle Pink tinted with silver sparkle (Dazzleglass) (Repromote)

Nocturnals Lipgloss/Coral ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    On the Scene Pink with pink and white pearl (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Star Quality Bright orange coral (Cremesheen Glass) (Repromote)
    Night is Young Bright red cream (Cremesheen Glass)
    Moth to Flame Sheer neutral beige with violet pearl (Dazzleglass) (Repromote)

Nocturnals Pigments & Glitter/Silver and Violet ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)
    Kitschmas Shimmering pink mauve pearl (Frost) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    Vanilla Soft ivory white (Frost) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    Push the Edge Deep bright purple with pearl (Frost) (Repromote)
    Pink Bright pink (Glitter)
    Grey Sparkly chunky grey (Glitter)

Nocturnals Pigments & Glitter/Green and Teal ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)
    Just Before Dawn Warm taupe frost (Frost) (Pigment)
    Deep Blue Green Rich deep bluish green (Frost) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    Old Gold High frosted tarnish gold (Frost) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    3D Gold Sparkly chunky gold (Glitter)
    Reflects Gold White glitter that flashes gold (Glitter)

Nocturnals Pigments & Glitter/Black and Gold ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    Naked Fleshy beige with pearl (Matte) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    Museum Bronze Rich taupe with gold pearl (Frost) (Pigment) (Repromote)
    Copper Sparkle Super frosty copper flecks (Frost) (Pigment) (Permanent)
    Gold Sparkly chunky gold (Glitter)
    Black Sparkly chunky black (Glitter)

Nocturnals/Tastitints ($32.50 U.S. / $38.50 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    Mintessence Milky white
    Sugared Vanilla Creamy light soft beige
    Taste of Paradise Poppy pink



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Unknown said...

Loved this post, fingers crossed these will be out in the UK around the time they are in the US.

I love that pigment set especially!



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