Last year, M·A·C Cosmetics launched Masterclass Brushes, a new collection of 3 new and permanent multi-purpose brushes for the eye, cheeks and face. The brushes flew off the shelves right away and it took me a few weeks to finally get ahold of the Oval 3 Brush.
MAC Masterclass Oval 3 Brush
Rihanna‘s final collection with M·A·C Cosmetics features the return of RiRi Woo, along with two new Lipsticks: Pleasure Bomb and Bad Girl RiRi. Also featuring Nail Lacquer, Superslick Liquid Eye Liner, Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow, Bronzing Powder and the double-ended 217 Blending Brush and the 239 Eye Shader Brush. This limited-edition collection is encased in exclusive white-pearl packaging with RiRi’s rose-gold detailing.
Graphic elements have been a popular trend on the runways in the past seasons and at Manish Arora Spring/Summer 2014, makeup artist Kabuki and manicurist Marian Newman working for M·A·C Cosmetics created a “1920′s Josephine Baker meets 1990′s raver” look to go with the bright clothing in the collection.
The latest designer to team up with M·A·C Cosmetics is none but Proenza Schouler. Featuring Ombre Face Powders, Lipsticks, Pro Longwear Eye Liners and Lip Pencils, Nail Lacquers and a 129SE Powder Brush, the limited edition collection is inspired by one of the designer’s past collections with an extremely unique packaging.
And the final look designed by legendary special-effects artist Rick Baker for the M·A·C Cosmetics x Rick Baker Collection.
Here’s the second look designed by legendary special-effects artist Rick Baker for the M·A·C Cosmetics x Rick Baker Collection.