MAC had the amazing Black Cherry collection this spring, and the MAC Botanic Panic Collection has been revealed as the MAC summer 2021 collection, and is set to launch in the coming weeks. If you’d like to find out more, keep on reading….
It’s always exciting whenever there’s a new MAC collection, especially if the products have limited edition packaging, and the new MAC Botanic Panic collection has amazing packaging.
This collection has been generating a lot of buzz on social media, as the promotional imagery show Lay Zhang (Yixing) as the spokesperson for the whole collection, and the images look truly stunning.
We don’t have a specific collection launch date yet, however it’s expected to have the same launch pattern as the Black Cherry collection.
So it’s anticipated the MAC Botanic Panic Summer 2021 Collection will drop in the Far East initially, before making its way to Europe and the US, and I’ll update this post as soon as that happens.
Let’s take a look at the collection….
The MAC Botanic Panic Summer 2021 Collection has the most beautiful lilac packaging, and every piece within the collection has colourful watercolour floral designs.
The packaging design is definitely one of the prettiest packaging designs we’ve seen on a MAC collection. I love the lilac colour of the packaging, and it complements the colours of the promotional images with Lay Zhang. It has an ethereal vibe to it, and it looks perfect for summer.
The MAC Botanic Panic Summer 2021 Collection includes five beautiful lipsticks, and all five lipsticks have lilac packaging, with floral wraps around the base of the lipstick casing.
The shades within the collection include their bestselling red; Ruby Woo, and include;
I have La-Di-Dahlia on my wishlist for sure, it looks like the prettiest medium pink, and although I wouldn’t be able to pull off a lilac lipstick, Forget Me Naughty is giving me Lavender Whip from the Baking Beauties collection vibes from back in the day.
Both highlighters are housed within orchid coloured plastic compacts with clear lids, and on top of the lid there’s a watercolour floral and orchid design to complement the colour of the compact.
There are two shades to choose from;
Fleur Sure looks like a pretty champagne shade with a pink shift, and Royal Flush is a rosy pink and looks a little similar to the pinks within the MAC Black Cherry collection.
The last product in the MAC Botanic Panic Summer 2021 Collection is the MAC Magic Mushroom Artistry Palette, which features twelve pastel and bright shades, and it looks perfect for the theme of the collection.
I would buy both of the skinfinishes once I’ve seen swatches, they’re both beautiful, and I’m crazy about the amazing packaging on everything, and I’ll share more information on the collection as soon as it’s revealed.