MAC Cham Pale Makeup Collection for Winter 2010 – New Photos + Information

Hi everyone!

Finally I have some more information about MAC Cham Pale Winter 2010 Collection. After a few weeks ago I posted only about launching dates and some small description of the new collection now there are also a few photos available together with the information of the entire collection.

Bleached or stridently bold brows. Skin that’s under-refined yet ultra alive. A bare lip and lash. Summer’s nude face is about grooming on the verge of grunge – tough, urban and sensually androgynous. She doesn’t care a lot, but she cares enough. Think shine-enhancing textures for a skincare-effect makeup that’s hydrated and bathed in light…

Cham Pale is a cuvée colour collection that’s cause for celebration – a Champagne smash, shimmering with all the bubbly optimism and golden glow of the best that’s yet to be, in eye shadow from Brule to Et Tu, Bouquet?; Paint pots in Chilled on Ice and Let Me Pop; Lipstick in four shades, especially Quiet Please and Flustered; Lipgelée from Bubble Lounge to Straight to the Head; two Chromographic Pencils (NC15/NW20 and NW25/NC30); Eye Kohl in I Get No Kick; Kohl Power in Feline; ?Nail Lacquer? we call Very Important Platinum!; Studio Fix mascara and new ?Special Reserve Highlight Powder? in four shades ending perfectly elegantly in everyone’s favorite: Rosé Olé. All, for every skin tone. To us!


US and Canada Launch Date – 26 December 2010
International Launch Date – January 2011

Check out more photos right after the cut.

MAC Cham Pale Collection for Winter 2010

Eyeshadow Quad – $36.00 U.S. / $43.00 CDN – Eur 37.00

  • Caviar Dreams

Lipstick – $14.50 U.S. / $17.50 CDN – Eur 17.50

  • Fluster – frosted, pale bronze – Frost – Limited Edition
  • Quiet, Please – sheer frosty pale beige – Lustre – Repromote
  • Tanarama – soft pale golden beige with gold metallic shimmer -Frost – Permanent
  • Gel – Sheer pale gold -Frost – Permanent

Lipgelee – $14.00 U.S. / $16.50 CDN – Eur 17.00

Available in 4 Limited Edition shades:

  • Sin-tillation – sparkly pale icy pink
  • Luxure – off-white with pink pearl
  • Bubble Lounge – sparkly pink peach
  • Straight to the Heat – sparkly brown bronze

Paint Pot – $16.50 U.S. / $22.00 CDN

Available in 4 Limited Edition shades:

  • Chilled on Ice – frosted white gold
  • Let me pop – frosted light copper
  • Vintage Selection – frosted mid-tone peach
  • Dangerous Cuvee – frosted cool grey

Nail Lacquer – $12.00 U.S. / $14.50 CDN

Available in 2 Limited Edition colors:

  • Very Important Platinum – mid-tone platinum – Frost/Metallic
  • Soiree – sparkly light bronze gold -Frost

Special Reserve Highlight Powder – $26.00 U.S. / $32.00 CDN

Available in 2 Limited Edition shades:

  • Chez Chez Lame – soft gold with silver shimmer
  • Rose Ole – soft pink with gold shimmer

Chromagraphic Pencil (Pro)

  • NW 25/NC 30 – flesh tone NW25/NC30 shade
  • NC 15/NW 20 – flesh tone NC15/NW20 shade

Eye Kohl – $14.50 U.S. / $17.50 CDN

  • I get no kick – Repromote – Limited Edition

Kohl Power Eye Pencil – $14.50 U.S. / $17.50 CDN

  • Feline – black – Repromote – Limited Edition

Studio Fix Lash – $ 14.00 U.S. / $17.00 CDN

  • Black Fix – Permanent

Complete Comfort Creme

Will be permanent edition in U.S. but available for a limited time in Asia.

Fix+ Lavender – Limited Edition

Lip Conditioner SPF 15 Lavender – Limited Edition

Tinted Lip Conditioner SPF 15 Lavender

  • Calm Mode – light neutral beige – Limited Edition


I love the eyeshadow quad. Pale and nude colors are among my favorite and there’s always easy to work with them. I’m a little bit curious about the new lipstick also and some of those Lipgelees. How about you?


  1. I dont like pale too much, but this collection looks awsome! I can’t wait to wear these colors in new year’s eve!!!

  2. I’m really interested in this, love the eyeshadow quad, the highlighting powders, possibly the lipgelees and maybe even the paint pots. 🙂

  3. The eyeshadow quad looks very pretty! Love those kind of shades too. And I see that 3 of the 4 shades are somewhat more like Veluxe Pearl finish, at least they looked shimmery.

  4. I’ve heard the highlighting powders don’t have an overspray on this time which is great! 😀 I passed on the Naked Honey highlighter because it looked so naff after the overspray was gone.

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