MAC Tartan Tale: Holiday 2010 Roundup

MAC, Tartan Tale, holiday, 2010As it is every year, MAC’s holiday offering is large and complicated. There are individual items, palettes, sets, store-exclusives — multiple release dates — and that’s not even counting the holiday couture collection.

To help keep everything straight (and because it’s going to take me a few more trips to get everything swatched), I thought I’d create a guide to the collection.  I’ll sticky this post, and add links as I swatch each group of items.

The Individual Items

The Palettes

The Bags

The Minis

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9 Responses to “MAC Tartan Tale: Holiday 2010 Roundup”

  • imergo says:

    The Pearlglide liners – Undercurrent is beautiful!

  • Jenni says:

    My highland honey and Sly as a fox! Would look amazing on teens for school!

  • Mamavalveeta03 says:

    How about “Her Triumphant Blush” duo as a giveaway?

  • Jean says:

    Oh my god! The lipsticks are gorgeous! I would personally love to own Full Fuschia, or any of the nudes: The Faerie Glen (what a lovely name,)Lightly Prancing, Soft Dazzle, Passing Fancy–they look like they’d suit just about anyone, very neutral but at the same time enough warmth, pigment and subtle shimmer.

    Otherwise? The 6 Dashing Lassie Eye Shadow Palette! Reminds me a bit of Urban Decay’s Naked Palette, which I have been trying to get my hands on forever. Absolutely lovely.

  • lucia scalia says:

    lipstick “cut a carpet”
    thanks

  • Miss QQ says:

    I want 5 cool thrill seekers.

  • Evelyn says:

    Do you know a dupe of glamora castle? Thanks :)
    the teddy bear is so cute :D

  • Jenny Sweetcheeks says:

    Being Scottish, I get a twinge of pride whenever I see this collection! Loving the eyeshadow palettes in particular – all great strong, rugged and powerful eyecatchers – just like the breathtaking highland scenery. xxxxx

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