For all those asking it looks like the MAC Archie's Girls collection will be exclusive to Selfridges until the 19th of February within the UK - at least that is what the Selfridges website is stating.
Much like my review of Betty Bright - link my review in terms of wear time will be based on past experiences.

The packaging, oh how it divides us all! Yes some loathe the white and graphic print casing finding it crass and those like myself who are happy to see a little fun and whimsy injected into the brand.
The collection has been split into two sub categories: Betty and Veronica and has been themed as such.
All of the Betty products which tend to be more pink and muted in colour feature Betty and her blonde hair and the Veronica products which are deeper and more plum based have a cute little Veronica graphic.
Initially I was a little worried that the graphic print would be a sticker that would easily peel and fray with use but it is in fact printed onto the products so no need to worry about your purchases looking grubby after a few uses.
Love or loathe the design one thing is for sure that the collection will not stick around for long and is sure to sell out very quickly, the lipsticks always go first so consider this your pre-launch warning.

I'm not really sure why I bought Daddy's Little Girl as strictly speaking I tend to stick to nudes and corals when it comes to lipsticks, I guess I just wanted one shade from each sub-category for the packaging which is such a lame excuse!
MAC Daddy's Little Girl is listed on the MAC US site as a mid-tone pink violet and I feel that sums the shade up rather well but to go a little further I would say that it is cool in tone and leans fairly pink.
In my opinion it is fairly similar to MAC's Up the Amp only slightly pinker.
It's a nice enough shade but nothing special and most will have something similar in their stash.

Despite being a Satin finish I found this to be pretty creamy and comfortable on the lips and it doesn't hint that with continued wear that it would dry out the lips.
Daddy's Little Girl is really pigmented and will offer full coverage with very little work on all lip colours!
Typically I find Satin formulas to wear pretty well at around 3 hours per application but as I said earlier that is completely based on past experience and it subjective to the individual.
Fans of coral lips like myself will want to move fast and snap up this perfect summer shade before it sells out!

At the moment the MAC Archie's Girl collection is exclusive to Selfridges - link
but will creep onto MAC's web store and counters in the coming days.

MAC Daddy's Little Girl Lipstick £15.50/3g via Selfridges - link