We posted a few of our favorite MAC Halloween Face Charts a couple of days ago, and now we’re bringing you larger and higher quality versions of the images! Be sure to visit www.maccosmetics.com to see what artists used to create these looks. Just click the small version of the face chart to open up the higher quality one!
MAC Cosmetics has put up their famous Halloween face charts! These are great to copy, find inspiration from, or simply admire. In fact, they are perfect for Temptalia’s October contest, too. I included a few more of my favorites, but there are many more to view at www.maccosmetics.com.
Temptalia has you covered for the Alexander McQueen collection, which launches this Thursday, the 11th, at MAC freestanding and PRO stores, and select Nordstrom’s and Macy’s counters. Check out the product photos! Swatches to come on Thursday.
Alexander McQueen is available now on www.maccosmetics.com!
Some photos of the upcoming MAC Cosmetics holiday collections. Temptalia should have better photos of Antiquitease sometime next week, too.
MAC for McQueen is the culmination of the collaboration between celebrated designer Alexander McQueen, leading makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, and MAC Cosmetics for the Alexander McQueen Autumn Winter 2007 show. The collection includes 16 products, 12 hand blended specifically for the AW 07 McQueen show by Terry Barber, MAC Cosmetics Director of Makeup Artistry and lead makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury just days before the show. The classic MAC Cosmetics packaging is stamped with the Alexander McQueen logo, as if plucked straight from the makeup artists table backstage. When we embarked on the packaging, I wanted to have the sense that these are really just imprints by Alexander McQueen, fresh, hot off the runway. They are meant to be direct from the runway and feeling on trend, says James Gager, Senior Vice President/Creative Director for MAC Cosmetics.
Since 1996 MAC Cosmetics has worked with Alexander McQueen backstage by providing makeup and artistry support. â€œThe makeup for a show plays up certain elements of the clothing, changes the overall feeling, and mood. I work with the key artist, Charlotte in this case, to take the makeup in a certain direction, and discuss my original inspiration for the collection as well as the mood, theme, and focus for the show. This time inspiration was derived from Elizabeth Taylor in the 1963 film Cleopatra. The Egyptian influence plays up a very feminine sexual strength that was present in my inspiration for the collection, says Alexander McQueen. This marks the first time Alexander McQueen has partnered
with a cosmetics company.
Keep reading for detailed information about the Eyes and Lips, as well as collection information, on Alexander McQueen’s inspiration behind the collection.