MAC Cosmetics Holiday 2007.

So far, this is what MAC Cosmetics has available for us MAC addicts this Holiday season.


MAC Holiday 2007
Antiquitease Colour
Royal Assets

I already let you in on the glory of the Antiquitease Colour collection, and I will break down each of the other Holiday collections product by product shortly. Right now, I can't stop staring at them and basking in their beauty. Once again, MAC has outdone itself with their MAC Holiday 2007 Collections. And they tell me there is more to come!


The Palette System from Bobbi Brown.

No one does a palette quite like Bobbi Brown. Her Burnt Sugar Metallics palette is certainly getting a lot of use from me, and I am looking forward to playing with more of them by personalizing my own palette system.


Customizing is simple. You pick an eye, lip, and cheek palette, and add that to your little palette system holder, and you are finished.

Here at the palettes you can select for your own kit.
Eye Palettes
Neutral Eye Shadow Palette with Ivory Eye Shadow, Cement Eye Shadow, Slate Eye Shadow, and Mahogany Eye Shadow. $40
Dark Eye Shadow Palette with Cognac Metallic Shadow, Cashmere, Bone, and Rich Brown Eye Shadows. $40
Lip Palettes
Lipstick Palette
with Mauve and Kir Lip Shimmers, Slopes Lip Color, and Cranberry Lip Sheer. $40
Lipgloss Palette with Naked and Rum Lip Glosses and Penny and Posey Shimmer Lip Glosses. $40
Blush Palette
Blush Palette
with Bobbi's most popular blushes in Pale Pink and Tawny. $35
The Palette System Holder
This pretty pink case is perfect for holding you palettes plus comes complete with a mini Black Everything Mascara and three mini brushes: Blush, Eye Shadow, and Eye Liner. $55

I just wish they had one complete price for the whole palette system, but I am thinking that someone might choose both lip palettes or something, so they left the products priced individually for that reason.

The Palette System is exclusively available at


Must Have for Tired Eyes: Smashbox Photo Op.

Sometimes I need more than just concealer under my eyes, and sometimes for me means most of the time, unfortunately. I am fortunate, however, to have found my saving grace: Smashbox Photo Op Under Eye Brightener.


Photo Op is a creamy peach-tinted iridescent makeup that is applied with a brush. It really perks up the undereye area making it look lighter, brighter, and over-all fresh. Just a few dabs under the eye does the trick, and it even works well on the inside corners of the eyes.

Smashbox Photo Op Under Eye Brightener  sells for $18 at and Sephora. This is definitely a must-have for any of us early-risers.