Mac X Robert Lee Morris Limited is a Limited Edition Holiday Collaboration. Moreover the collection consists of Classic Mac Makeup. However, Robert Lee Morris re-imagines the makeup by adapting his organic aesthetic. Interestingly, RLM, a jewelry maker and sculptor, re-sculpts the Mac classics. The end result is primordial, futuristic and fantastic. In addition to re-imagined lipsticks and a hand-held mirror(click here to learn more about the lipsticks and mirror) the collection also includes face powders. First, the collaboration includes Mac Pro pressed face powders.(click here for the link $25) Also in the collection are the Mac powdered blush. (click here for the link $39)
Mac X Robert Lee Morris Face Powders Packaging
Famous Jewelry Maker and Sculptor Robert Lee Morris believes our grooming rituals are important enough that we should have luxurious makeup adorning our vanities.
Therefore, he utilizes his organic aesthetic to include objects he loves in nature. Significantly, Robert Lee Morris re-imagined and re-sculpted Mac’s packaging to create an entirely new vision of the classic makeup. In particular, his packaging includes gold, silver and matte black.
The sculptural hammered bronze egg-like face powders compact reminds me of an object found in ancient ruins.
Face Powders Ingredients
Mac Pro Face Powders/Pressed
- long wearing
- controls oil
- oil free
- stay true color
- for all skin types
- velvet textured with a matte finish
Mac Powder Blush
- applies evenly
- easy to apply
- lightly adheres to the skin
- long-lasting color
- natural looking application
Mac Powder Blush “Linda”
Linda us a soft pink bronze
Mac Powder Blush Rhubarb
Rhubarb is a deep maroon
Above all, the Mac X Robert Lee Morris Collaboration is beautiful and unique. For this reason, I think the face powder compacts are the best that Mac has ever released. Also, the powder formulas are exceptional. First, they are color-true. Also, they are smooth as silk , soft and buttery. Again, they are long-wearing formulas. Furthermore, the blushes are richly pigmented. However, the blush gives a natural-looking flush. In addition, the powders are extremely easy to apply.
On the whole, the entire collection in the collaboration is outstanding. Most important, I attribute the RML packaging to the success of the collaboration. Each sculpted piece is more an object d’art than a case for makeup. In particular, the face powder compact is a hammered piece of sculpture. Therefore, it looks to me like a piece that could very well be in an anthropological museum. With this in mind, don’t you think the face powder/blush compacts would make an amazing gift for an art lover who wears makeup?
What do you think about this collaboration? Talk to me in the comments below!