Signed, Scott Jeremy
The collection features three palettes that have Jeremy Scott’s signature all over them. Just like with his designs for Moschino and his own brand, Scott went with a playful, fun design with clear pop culture references. The theme throughout the products is music, the nineties-nillies way.
From boombox to casette
The showstopper in this collab is without any doubt the eyeshadow palette. Shaped like a boombox, the (big!) palette comes with 29 shadows, in different finishes. The colours are sorted to ressemble a music wave. The palette may be big but the price tag is bigger: 75 dollars is definitely up there in price, but that shouldn’t be a suprise coming from M.A.C Cosmetics. You do get a bit of a deal though: single M.A.C eyeshadows are usually 16 dollars, so you’re definitely getting more bang for your buck with this palette. If you’re considering getting something from this collection and you’re a fan of M.A.C eyeshadows, this palette might be the best investment.
The second palette looks like an oldschool casette, and it features 9 lip shades. If you’re a make-up artist palettes like these come in handy, since you get a multitude of looks out of them. If you’re a regular beauty lover, you might just want to stick to your everyday bullet shaped lipstick, unless you like to apply you lipstick with a brush of course. That’s the way to go if you want a clean, crisp line (and if you have some spare time on your hands).
The third and final palette is a the Cheeky Vol. 1 face palette. It comes with a highlighter, a blush and a bronzer inside. It’s nothing special, really, it all looks a bit… been there, done that. The packaging is cool, with the CD getup, but the products inside look a little boring if we’re being frank.