MAC x Sharon Osbourne Makeup Look

MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

Here’s a quick look using just Sharon’s products from the MAC x Osbournes Collection. The collection will be available online June 2nd and in-stores on June 12th (North America). Full reviews are still head, so stay tuned! 🙂


I used MAC Duchess Eyeshadow Quad for the eye makeup. I started with applying MAC Sweet Eyes Eyeshadow on the inner third of the lid, and then I applied MAC Sexy Eyes Eyeshadow on the middle of the lid. In the outer corner and crease, I applied MAC Femme Fatale Eyeshadow. To darken the crease, I applied MAC Embark Eyeshadow. I highlighted the brow bone with MAC Sweet Eyes Eyeshadow dusted on. For the lash line, I opted for Marc Jacobs Beauty Brownout Highliner Gel Crayon (I’m in the process of testing), but you could use MAC Bountiful Brown (included in the collection), which is a long-time permanent shade. To fill in brows, I mixed the two shades from Kelly’s MAC Morning Mister Magpie Brow Duo.


For foundation, I used Make Up For Ever #2 Lift Foundation and then set with Urban Decay Light-Medium Naked Loose Finishing Powder. I started adding color to the cheeks by using the bronzer side of MAC Refresh Mineralize Skinfinish Duo to lightly contour the hollows of my cheeks, and then I applied MAC Peaches & Cream Blush to the apples of cheeks for color. To add luminosity, I used the highlighter section of MAC Refresh Mineralize Skinfinish Duo and dusted it lightly across the tops of the cheek bones.


First, I applied MAC Ruby Patentpolish Lip Pencil all over the lips, and then I patted on MAC Pussywillow Lipglass to add glossiness and shimmer.

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MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look
MAC x Sharon Osbourne Look

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Gah! I am IN LOVE with that lip combo! Ye Gods, Christine! I may have to go and have a cup of tea and a lie down… 😉

Pretty look – especially the lips – but there’s nothing in the eye shadows that is unique or can’t be duped easily. Still, the whole look you created is very pretty and fresh looking.

This is such a classic beautiful look! Peaches and Cream looks so pretty! I am not sure I am going to run after this collection but definitely dupes of this are on my radar! 🙂

In general, I don’t think anything is really crazy unique that you need to make a mad dash… if you like lavenders, Dodgy Girl, obviously, but you CAN find those types of colors now with all the brands, mass and indie, out there!

Aww, thank you, Tracy! I bet you have similar shades in your stash that could replicate the look, though 🙂

You look so fresh and healthy here! Although, I like the finish of Guerlain Parure de Lumiere better on you than MUFE Lift, or perhaps it because you didn’t use the Kevin Aucoin illuminator mixed in?

Oh.My. Goodness. You look fan-tab-ulous!! If there was a look that could possibly make me give MAC a second glance and (she says lying down with smelling salts) make me want to go out and get it – This would be the one! Stunning, just stunning.

So happy to see you posting your step by step looks in this “Looks” section again. I always come here to garner ideas and the fact that you’re adding new inspirations is something I’m happy to see!

I always look forward to your reviews, they let me know what I do and don’t need! I have wanted to know for the longest time…where do you get your earrings? Your pictures show you wearing the most fabulous earrings!

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