MAC Dare to Wear Collection Official Information and Photos

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Published on July 29, 2010 with No Comments

The long-waited MAC Dare to Wear Collection finally debuted today!

US Launch Date: July 29th, 2010
International Launch Date: August 2010

Dare to Wear Lipglass ($18)
Dare to Wear Lipglass provides intense, full-coverage colour with a holographic pearl finish. Bright-coloured, high-intensity pigments coat the lips, while holographic pearls glisten and shine on the lips to create a show-stopping gloss. It allows you to achieve the most intense colour and shine in one stroke. The gel formula gives the product a creamy, soft texture that adheres comfortably to the lips.

* Ban This! – Deep purple with multi-pearl (Limited Edition)
* Bold & Brash – Bright red with multi-pearl (Limited Edition)
* Dare to Dare – Light blue pink with multi-pearl (Limited Edition)
* Gimme That! – Bright fuchsia pink with pink pearl (Limited Edition)
* So Bad Mid-tone – coral orange with pink and gold pearl (Limited Edition)
* Wind Me Up – Dirty bronze with pink and gold pearl (Limited Edition)

Eyeshadow ($14.50)

* Aqua – Subdued, pale greyed aqua (Matte) (Permanent, PRO)
* Atlantic Blue – Bright violet blue (Matte) (Permanent)
* Crazy Cool – Pale frosty lavender (Veluxe Pearl) (Limited Edition)
* Free to Be – Bright true coral (Matte) (Permanent)
* Going Bananas – Soft lemon yellow (Frost) (Limited Edition) (Repromote)
* Lime – Lime green (Matte) (Permanent, PRO)
* Louder Please – Bright fuchsia (Matte) (Limited Edition)
* Sassy Grass – Bright grass green (Matte) (Limited Edition)
* Shock-a-holic – Deep purple (Matte) (Limited Edition)
* Sky Blue – Robin’s egg blue (Frost) (Permanent, PRO)
* Winkle – Mid-tone cornflower blue (Satin) (Permanent)
* Zingy – Bright sky blue (Matte) (Limited Edition)

Reviews and swatches to come tonight!

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