Mac recently launched the Le Disko collection (yesterday in store for my province!) So naturally, Claudia and I had to go check out it out. I mean, for research purposes of course.
This collection is all about sparkle, glamour, and dazzling colour. The whole collection features 12 dazzle shadows, 5 Dazzleglasses, and 1 brush. While the Dazzleglasses didn’t quite capture my heart, the shadows are phenomenal!
These shadows have rich, multi-dimensional pigments with great colour payoff, and gorgeous sparkle. They can be used dry, or wet for more of a rich, metallic finish.
While I definitely wanted every single one of these gorgeous limited edition shades, I limited myself to my 4 favourites:
Boom Boom Room: Mac describes this as a light burgundy with emerald sparkles. i definitely see more of a blue/brown/emerald hybrid than burgundy though. This was the first shade I absolutely knew that I needed. It is such a rich, unique colour. A lot of people have been describing it as a much better version of the Blue Brown Pigment. I can see similarities, but this Dazzleshadow is way better!
Slow/Fast/Slow: Mac describes this as a bronze with red sparkles. At first glance, it’s a gorgeous reddish copper. This colour is stunning, especially for summer! It photographs paler than it is – in person, you see a lot more of the red/copper tone.
Feel The Fever: This is described as a deep blue purple with pink sparkles. This is a beautifully rich colour that is so much more than a blue purple. It changes depending on the light. This would be gorgeous with a smokey eye!
She Sparkles: And of course I couldn’t resist any collection with a neutral silver/beige. This colour is a light grey tone with silver sparkles. On the skin I personally think it looks much more neutral/beige than silver. This might be tied with Boom Boom Room for my favourites out of all the shadow colours!
The image on the left is swatched dry with fingers. The image on the right is swatched with a flat brush, dampened with Mac Fix+. Both ways apply beautifully. Applying it wet gives you a bit more depth and dimension, and more of a metallic finish.