Product Launches

Gareth Pugh for MAC Collection Product Information and Pictures

October 24, 2011

MAC Cosmetics teams up with London designer Gareth Pugh for a new color collection in an assortment of futuristic yet primal shades and custom geometric packaging. Hot!

US Launch Date: November 23, 2011
International: beginning December 2011

Lipstick ($22)
Fervent – Glossy blackened berry (satin)
Restrict – Creamy greyed nude (cremesheen)

Lipglass ($22)
Vacant – Sheer light lavender grey with violet pearl
Outrage – Sheer berry with blue pearl

Beauty Powder ($22)
Elude – Translucent neutral beige

Metal-X Cream Shadow ($32)
Obscura – Frosty gunmetal grey
Ardent – Frosty blackened burgundy

Pigment ($32)
Guise – Frosty grey
Deceit – Blacked plum with pink pearl

Mascara ($15)
Studio Fix Boldblack Lash – Blackest Black

Technakohl Liner ($19)
Greyprint – Rich pewter grey with frost
Graphblack – Rich graphic black

Lash ($18)
Flight Lash – Dense, geometric triangle-shaped lash

Nail Lacquer ($23)
Inert – Creamy mid-tone greyed nude (créme)
Ascension – Grey with blue violet reflective pearl (frost)
Hyper – Deep blue with violet pearl (frost)

Powder Blush ($30)
Strada – Mid-tone nude

Square Handled Buffer Brush ($60)
A full, dome-shaped brush of extra soft goat hair. Specially created to flawlessly blend powder onto the skin for an immaculate polished finish. Excellent for all MAC powders and pigments.

Gareth Pugh for MAC Makeup Bag ($75)
Square shaped black bag with signature Gareth geometic print appliqués in black patent; full zipper around perimeter of bag.

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  • Reply RM October 24, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    Those are…. interesting eyelashes, LOL. The pigments are pretty though.

    • Reply Phyllis October 25, 2011 at 11:11 am

      I know! I WANT those lashes! The press release said Gareth actually cut them himself.

  • Reply Noniek October 28, 2011 at 9:31 am

    I like the eyeshadow packaging, so unique

    • Reply Phyllis October 28, 2011 at 11:29 am

      YES! I definitely like the packaging more than the colors themselves.

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