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There was a time when RiRi Woo was the rouge on everyone’s lips, and it took Rihanna’s beauty collection for MAC from second-rate celebrity collaboration to full blown phenomenon. It’s proof that everything Rihanna touches turns to gold — except the rat tail or blue pout, perhaps — and we’ve been waiting with bated breath to see what her second round of offerings had in store for us.
The Girls star showed up looking elegantly alabaster at last night’s Phil Spector film premiere in New York City. Sure, her star is on the rise so she’s hitting red carpets night after night, but we think this is a look worth emulating in regular, old real life. Want to try to copy it? Here’s how…
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams has rocked a ferociously orange hairstyle since she first set our teenage heads banging with the band’s breakout girl power anthem “Misery Business.” So her decision to incorporate the hue in a major way into the cosmetics line she’s collaborating on with MAC should come as no surprise.
MAC Cosmetics is known for its makeup partnerships, and the latest star to get her own line with the beauty brand is none other than Rihanna. We’ve got all the deets on the multi-season line, and the first look at some pieces from the collection.
Backstage at Timo Weiland‘s fall show yesterday, it was all about textured tresses, creamy skin, and high octane, super sparkly tips. Here’s how to get the look.
Even in the face of the impending blizzardpocalypse in New York City, the electric bright lipstick at yesterday’s Costello Tagliapietra show was enough to brighten anyone’s spirit. We went backstage with MAC Cosmetics to get the lowdown on the sophisticated spaceage look.
MAC Cosmetics has made it a theme over the past few years to feature striking and sometimes unconventional female figures in its advertising campaigns. And their latest campaign is no exception.
Carine Roitfeld‘s makeup line with M.A.C. is here, and we’ve got your first look. As previously reported, the limited-edition line stocks all the essentials for a Roitfeld-approved smokey eye, and we’re totally waiting for these babies to drop in stores September 6.
Beauty editors everywhere (including us) are swooning.
Are Mac users really more stylish than people who do all their computing on a PC? Research says yes.
New York’s Fifth Avenue may already be the most expensive retail street in the world, but MAC is willing to up the ante.
MAC Cosmetics has been killing it with their collaborations lately. Following their insanely successful (and completely sold out) collection by octogenarian style star Iris Apfel, the makeup brand has just announced they will be working with The Gossip frontlady and all around girlcrush Beth Ditto.
The moment you didn’t know you were waiting for is here! Iris Apfel, fashion icon, lover of jewelry and all things sparkly and fun, is coming out with her own line of makeup for MAC – and it’ll be in stores for you to snap up in just a few weeks.
This was the week we finally saw the Twilight wedding dress. We also saw offensive billboards, tween thongs, and Thanksgiving style advice. But also awesome puppies! And Muppets! And Obamas!
If good artists borrow and great artists steal, Lady Gaga must be a truly great artist. In a new video for MAC‘s Viva Glam campaign, the Mother Monster admits that some of her best looks come right off the faces of her fans.
Do a quick Google image search for the work of photographer Cindy Sherman and you’re likely to turn up more than a few unabashedly odd photos. That’s exactly what MAC got when it decided to do a makeup collaboration with Sherman, whose work has been raising questions about feminism and the way women are portrayed in the media since she first started snapping pictures of herself.
Yes, I was an 11-year-old makeup addict. And when I was a tween, lip products were like crack. Lip gloss, lipstick, lip tint — I probably had a minimum of three tubes of lip something on me at all times.
All we have ever wanted is to be a part of one of Lady Gaga‘s outfits. And we’re not kidding. We’d love to say to the mother monster, “You’d look really good in, like, 30 or 40 Pamela Love bangles and rings constructed into horns on top of your head,” or “Have you ever thought of wearing a skirt made of tins of Rosebud Salve?” Alas, we feared we’d never get the chance. But while we might not get the chance to advise Gaga on what to wear, we could all have the opportunity to be on one of her outfits
Forgive us for making fashion week analogies, but Lady Gaga is like a runway presentation in more ways that one. What we see of the mother monster is mostly polished output — hardly ever do we get the chance to go backstage, so to speak, and see what drives her to be a walking performance artist/philanthropist/fashion icon all rolled into one person. Gaga says she just wants people to wear condoms.