Collection Make-Up Art Cosmetics by MAC is divided into 3 parts and is alredy available online. This is a As MAC Cosmetics Make-Up Art Cosmetics Fall ‘09 As Seen By Richard Phillips (Painter)
Richard Phillips surprised even himself with this project. Using the expert skills of a photo-retoucher, he subjected his own painting to a M·A·C makeover with the new eye shadows, blushes and lipsticks. Andy Warhol did a cameo on The Love Boat in 1985…and in the same spirit, Richard Phillips’ 1998 painting, Spectrum, made its debut on an episode of the scandalous Gossip Girl – a sign of the times! Recycled and re-imagined ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s advertisments and images, and every colourful issue ever considered when pondering the question of “identity” is what Richard Phillips is all about. His bold and beautiful portraits are highly technical, a refinement of precise, academic painting, so relevant to everything M·A·C artistry is all about. A collection of Eye Shadow quads, Lipsticks, Lipglass, and The Perfect Cheek Blush just leap off the canvas!
1. On Display Purple with yellow pearl
2. New Spirit Light yellow coral
3. Personal Taste Mid-tone rose with pink gold pearl
4. Young Thing Yellow neutral with gold pear
1. Full Body Deep red plum (Lustre)
2. Hold the Pose Brown plum with gold pearl (Lustre)
3. Front Lit Light white yellow (Frost)Read More
Collection Make-Up Art Cosmetics by MAC is divided into 3 parts and is alredy available online. This is a As Seen By Marilyn Minter (Photographer)
Marilyn Minter, equally at home in art and fashion, has a penchant for iridescence that made her a perfect candidate for M·A·C’s glitter pigments, putting them to utterly seductive use. Minter’s erotic imagery zooms in on a succulently wet, red lip, a dappled, sequined eye, or a silverized stiletto splashing in the mud. The Whitney Biennial Artist says she’s “Never met a model who actually thinks she’s beautiful,” and that observation goes a long way to explain how she connects to what M·A·C wants to say about all-inclusiveness – we’re ALL beautiful sometimes. Pigments in Push the Edge and Copper or Gold Glitter have the power to make anyone feel like they WILL be seen – and desired.
- Brash & Bold Bright magenta
- Push the Edge Deep bright purple with pearl
- Cocomotion Dirty gold with olive undertone and gold sparkle (Repromote)
- Heritage Rouge Deep burgundy with red and brown pearl (Permanent at PRO)
- Fuschia Sparkling fuschia (Permanent at PRO)
- Gold Sparkling chunky gold (Permanent at PRO)
- Reflects Rust Sparkling warm red (Permanent at PRO)
- Reflects Copper Sparkling saffron (Permanent at PRO)
Gloss Texture ($18)
Clear (Permanent at PRO)
Collection Make-Up Art Cosmetics by MAC is divided into 3 parts and is alredy available online. This is a As Seen By Maira Kalman Collection(Illustrator)
Famous for her whimsical visual diaries, Maira Kalman performed a bit of magic with M·A·C’s new Technakohl Eye Liners and Eye Shadows, instantly drafting a captivating look at a stranger. Cheeky, witty, always amusing, Maira’s illustrations are cute and colourful, wonderfully child-like, playful…and sophisticated all at once. Warm and eccentric at the same time, Maira’s faces are full of cock-eyed optimism, with the tiniest smidge of city-girl-snobbism…simply, scrumptiously, stupendously sublime!
Eyeshadow ($14.50 U.S. / $17.00 CDN)
Off the Page Dirty mustard orange ( Frost)
Maira’s Magic Yellow pink ( Satin)
Crest the Wave Rich yellow (Frost)
Haunting Light turquoise blue (Satin)
Purple Shower Dirty blue pink (Satin)
Violet Trance Deep blue purple (Matte)
Technakohl Liner ($14.50 U.S. / $17.50 CDN)
- Colour Matters Bright lime
- Obviously Orange Dirty coral
- Artistic License Bright turquoise blue
- Full of Fuchsia Deep blue magenta
- Graphblack Rich graphic black (Permanent)
Style Black – Face
Something’s smoldering. Mad, bad, and delirious. Danger boy. Androgynous girl. Explicitly erotic, whip-smart exotic, and in-your-face expressive. Wicked ideas, archly executed with the dark attitude of a slightly curled upper lip. The eruption will rock you, with Volcanic Ash Exfoliator, Volcanic Ash Mask, and Cream Colour Base…changes the mood to permanent midnight, around the clock. The Dark Knight power of Style Black. Where there’s smoke, there’s ire…Twilight will bright it out in you.
Volcanic Ash Exfoliator (LE) $19.50USD/$23.50CAD
For all skin types. Volcanic ash (in the form of mineral-rich clay), sugar crystals and natural enzymes combine to exfoliate and remove excess oils from the skin. The VAE is in new packaging. It’s in a tube like shave and creme wash. It did go down to 3.4oz (the older style tub was 4.5oz). NOTE: The VAE also contains sulfer, so be careful if you are sensitive to it.
Volcanic Ash Thermal Mask (LE) $19.50USD/$23.50CAD
VATM contains natural volcanic ash to cleanse and treat the skin. The mineral-rich ash works with oat kernel flour to help absorb excess oil from the skin’s surface. A combo of natural oils (lavendar, sunflower, safflower seed and evening primrose) help lubricate the skin, leaving it feeling soft and moisturized. It helps to even out the skin’s texture and leaves the skin feeling smooth and perfected for makeup application. The unique formula glides effortlessly onto the skin, allowing ample playtime. The mask heats up on the skin when used with water and removes impurities from the surface, leaving skin looking radiant and fresh. Use 1-3 times a week. Derm-tested, non-acnegenic and for all skins. 3.4oz NOTE: The VATM also contains sulfer, so be careful if you have sensitivies to it.
Cream Colour Base: $16.50USD/$20.00CAD
- Black – Creamy true black (LE)
- Bat Black – Burgundy black with pink pearl (Permanent) (Pro)
Swatches you can check out here
Style Black – Colour
From “Back to Black” beehive and eyeliner to Steven “80s” Sprouse-in-the-House kohl and fringe to Gareth Pugh London New Goth, Black is simply beyond. Lips, nails, eyes – there’s no more dramatic way to declare your desire, separate your sensibility, celebrate your magnetism. They WILL surrender to a Blackfire Glimmerglass, Rapidblack Penultimate Eyeliner, a slash of Greasepaint Stick, and the hot scratch of Baby Goth Girl Nail Lacquer. Style Black is a way of life, a shadowy and mysterious figure of fantasy, even for just one dark and dangerous night.Read More