Speak softly, say something shocking! Cremesheen gives weight to your words, lightness to your lips! Application glides. Texture talks for you. Finish has the last word. But be warned — exotic sensation at the slightest titillation! A new vocabulary for lips, colour, shine. A next-generation, crème-based lipstick that imprints bright, full colour with soft and supple shine. Lightweight, texturally slick, it provides full, rich coverage and easy application.
- Creme D’Nude Pale muted peach beige
- Ravishing Clean lightly peachy coral
- Speed Dial Light blue pink
- Fanfare Mid-tone yellow pink
- On Hold Mid-tone yellow raspberry
- Speak Louder Clean poppy blue pink
- Modesty Muted neutral pink
- Hot Gossip Mid-tone pinky plum
- Crosswires Clean pinky orange
- Stay In Touch Lightly yellow brown
- Brave Red Bright yellow red
- Dare You Deep brown red
- Party Line Red-tone plum
- Hang-Up Deep berry
Nail Lacquer ($10.00)
- Seasonal Peach Creamy pale peachy pink (cream)
Available September 25, 2008 at all North America MAC locations, 1.800.387.6707, www.maccosmetics.com.
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MAC Cosmetics’ Cremesheen and Suite Array are available online to order! Are you ordering online or hauling in person this time? What’s on your must-have list? What are you curious about?
MAC COSMETICS | “Little Darlings” for Holiday 2008
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MAC COSMETICS | Metal Urge
As suspected, Metal Urge will anniversarize last year’s Metal-x launch, but at least it is a fuller launch (it will include pigments, reflects glitters, and liquidlast liners). But on the downside, most of those are repromotes or permament (at PRO). We see a new pigment called Spiritualize, as well as plenty of new Metal-x shadows, and Molten Sol liquidlast liner makes a reappearance. I have heard very few raves on the metal-x formula, so I wonder if a) they improved it; b) we are insane, and the rest of consumers loved them…
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Today, WWD had an interesting article/interview posted with the head designer of Emanuel Ungaro, Esteban Cortazar. He told WWD that he fell in love with makeup as an early age, going to his first MAC store at just ten years old.
“I knew this was a cool place because I saw all the amazing fun colors, glitter and girls with blue hair running around with outrageous makeup on their faces,” said Cortazar. “I used to have them dress me up for Halloween all the time.”
For fall, Cortazar teamed up with MAC to create a limited edition launch of products in the Emanuel Ungaro collection. In the interview… Continue reading →
MAC COSMETICS | Adoring Carmine
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