MAC 2011 Holiday Roadmap

MAC, Glitter and Ice, holiday 2011, Johnny WeirMAC has gone off the deep end. Their holiday collection is always extensive, but this year’s is the largest I’ve seen. I love the theme (Glitter & Ice), and the collaboration with figure skater Johnny Weir makes perfect sense — but my mind rejects the deluge of product options.

In order to control the madness, I thought I’d create this roadmap. As I swatch my way through, I’ll link each item to its corresponding post.

Part 1 of the collection is available October 27:

GLITTER & ICE

ICE PARADE

VIVA GLAM

Part 2 launches November 10:

DAZZLESPHERE!

  • Dazzlesphere mini Crushed Metal pigment sets
  • Dazzlesphere mini gloss sets
  • Dazzlesphere mini nail polish set
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5 Responses to “MAC 2011 Holiday Roadmap”

  • Emma says:

    I think it’s just too much! And from what I’ve seen of the quality so far, a lot of it won’t be worth it. I really wish they’d cut their collections down a just make the ones they put out amazing. Quality over quantity MAC!!!

  • Banana says:

    Will you have swatches before tomorrow night of the colour collection? I think it might go online tomorrow.

  • I have a feeling my favorite thing about this holiday launch is going to be the marketing pics from the campaign- love me some Johnny Wier!

  • Evelyn says:

    This is why I gave up on MAC. Collection after collection is just too much for me. At least it’s sparkly for the snowy season!

  • Hboo says:

    The only thing I am looking forward to is the Snowglobe powder, and maybe a dazzle glass. Otherwise it’s a ridiculously large release. I also hate the fight to get what I want with MAC, always selling out. Such a pain :/

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