Review: MAC Cosmetics, Moon Masterpiece Collection

The Chinese New Year is around the corner and is tradition MAC cosmetics released a special limited edition collection called Moon Masterpiece, it contains, an eye palette, one dual blush, matte lipsticks, lip glosses, and one highlighter that I don’t have it but I have plenty of them from this brand and they are all great so I guess this one also does a great job. With a Pop Art packaging this is the collection to start a great year of the Ox.


An artful palette of nine rich, on-trend M·A·C colours in a range of textures, including Lustre, Satin and Matte. The saturated, soft and smooth shades are packaged in one pocket-sized compact for ease of portability.

  • Superior Sound: Light creamy pink white (Frost)
  • Create Your Own Luck: Soft golden peachy brown (Matte)
  • What’s Your Number: Sparking golden bronze (Frost)
  • You’re In Luxe: Coral pink (Satin)
  • Fortune Found: Bronze with red sparkle (Frost)
  • Omega: Soft muted beige taupe (Matte)
  • Free Spirit: Deep blackened brown (Matte)
  • Sea Of Plenty: Blue with blue pearl (Frost)
  • Stroke Of Fortune: Bright taupe pearl (Lustre)

This is a small palette with different type of shades quite complete in options for different looks without taking much space, nice option for anyone who travels often or want a minimalist make up collection. It has a very good pigmentation, easy to blend, not chalky. 

Eyeshadow x 9: Sea of Plenty is £28 and is available at MAC Cosmetics Website


A Powder Blush duo featuring soft satin coral-peach and red-orange shades, is a lovely powder/creamy texture with a fair level of pigmentation to work on the cheeks without over do it, the peachy colour gives a very natural look, a very good option for people who suffers from rosacea and wants to avoid the typical pink blush.

The Powder Blush Duo is £28 and is available at MAC Cosmetics Website


It wouldn’t be MAC without lipsticks right? so this collection five different shades of matte finish but the formula contains moisture-coated powder pigments that condition and hydrate lips. The result is the zero-shine look of a matte lipstick with the cushiony, lightweight feel of a balm, and that’s something I liked as I love the look of matte but I can’t stand how drying they could be for the lips. The colour for this collection, are more towards the orange-peach nudes, totally wearable.

Finally the collection includes two mini lip glosses, higher coverage and harder impact than ever before. Its watery-light formula glides on creamy and comfortable to impart long-wearing, saturated full coverage and an always-fresh wet finish

The Powder Kiss Lipstick and the Versicolour Varnish Cream Lip Stain are £20 each

So far is a nice small collection that remember is limited edition and they tend to sell pretty fast.

Evelin x

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