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I don’t necessarily want to see any designers/brands introduce a new makeup line, but maybe some collaborations/collections would be nice. One possible pairing could be Urban Decay & Express; the quality & pricepoints of both are comparable, as well as the variety within both companies. They also share the same primary demographic, which is a plus.

As for artists, all of the ones I care for are long dead, so there would be no actual input, and given the huge disappointment that was NARS/Warhol…

That wouldn’t work. Urban Decay is now part of L’Oreal, and UD’s highest volume customer is 37+. They market to younger women, but those aren’t the spenders.

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Besides Armani, I’m not usually drawn to (clothes) designer make up, unless they have a long tradition in beauty, and even then, I’m not a big on Chanel or Dior make up.

Anyway, I think the only designer I wish had a make up line is Alexander Wang. I love his aesthetics and think he is amazing when choosing colors.

A couple of years ago Christian Louboutin announced a beauty line (it was announced around the same time as Marc Jacob’s line). It named 2013 as the release date but I haven’t heard anything in a while. Hopefully it didn’t get cancelled!

Betsey Johnson is one. There is a designer named Cat Swanson who it seems is no longer designing (sadly). If she were, she’d be someone I want to see create a beauty line.

My mind went immediately to Marc Chagall, and I couldn’t even remember his work. So I googled him, and now I remember. It’s his modern period work. The colors are usually statement-making. And they work well on my skin coloring. That being said, I’m not sure they’d have universal appeal.

Liz McGrath, Camille Rose Garcia or Mark Ryden. I’m really not impressed with most modern designers so nothing doing there.

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