Two gorgeous Highlight Powders launched with the MAC Philip Treacy Collection and I have one of them here to share with you in Nude Pink. The outer packaging of this limited edition powder remains the same as products from MAC's core line, but the design on the Highlight Powder itself has imprints that remind me of a fan.
Nude Pink ($32.00 // MAC) is described as having a "champagne base with silver overspray". The silvered/icy white is a very light overspray and disappears as soon as you swipe your finger over it. The base you're left with is less of a champagne and more of a lightly toasted pink rose. I actually like the shade slightly better without the overspray being involved. It's a little less luminescent and shows off more of the pigment. Though it's called a highlight powder I personally love to use this as a blush (I'm neutral but usually pick up NW20 for MAC). The powder applied easily, smoothly and lasted all day.
Below the shades are swatched L-R: base + overspray together, base alone, base + overspray blended out.
Did you pick up anything from the MAC Philip Treacy Collection?
Availability. NORTH AMERICA: April 2, 2015 at select M∙A∙C locations, 1.800.588.0070 and maccosmetics.com. INTERNATIONAL (except China): April 2015 at select M∙A∙C locations, 1.800.588.0070 and maccosmetics.com.
I just received this in the mail today and saw that it is sold out on the MAC website. I'm unsure if this will be launching anywhere else online but be sure to follow me on Twitter because that's usually where I post if I see LE things like this randomly pop up.