When MAC meets the lore and legend that is Lilly Pulitzer, you get a fabulous and funky fun new chapter: a bit of Mar-a-Lago, some well-to-do winky-wink, and a dash of retro-modern pop culture mayhem in prints and colours that make it hip to be in permanent happy land!
A collaboration that feels like the best tongue-in-chic resort retort, with all the wonderful prints and Key West colour combinations Lilly has done so beautifully since, well, forever!
Fly down to South Florida, with MAC in Lillyland!
168 Large Angled Contour Brush, $32 For expert application of cheek contour. This brush is a large angled contour. The fibres form a buffed edge and are soft and firmly bundled.
239 Eye Shader Brush, $24.50 Soft and dense to shade or blend eye shadow or emollient-based products. This brush has a tapered, rounded edge with smooth, firm, fine fibres. It can be used to build intense colour on the eyelid.
Lipgelee, $14 Resort Life: Off -white with pink pearl Lush & Bright: Bright pink-yellow-coral with pink pearl Preppy: Blue-pink with pink pearl Shift to Pink: Light violet with silver pearl
Nail Lacquer, $12 Coconut Ice: Light yellow-peach-pink (Cream) Steamy: Hot pink (Cream)
Paint Pot, $16.50 Bare Study: Soft beige with gold pearl (Frost) Rubenesque: Golden peach with gold pearl (Frost) Fresco Rose: Pink with matching pearl (Frost) Pearlmatte Face Powder, $27 Pearlmatte Eye Shadow, $19.50
Cremeblend Blush, $18.50 So Sweet, So Easy: Light yellow-pink Optimistic Orange: Bright coral Joie-de -Vivre: Peachy coral Florida: Bright fuschia
Available in North America on January 7, 2010 at all MAC locations and maccosmetics.com. Available internationally in February 2010.
You know how some people say, “Oh, you shouldn’t have” when you give them a gift? Well, sometimes, they actually mean it. This holiday season, give that makeup lover in your life beauty goodies they won’t be tempted to re-gift. Like, such as, Sonia Kashuk’s Glitz & Glam 4 Piece Brush Set.
The set includes four mini, high-quality makeup brushes – tucked into a sparkly black cosmetics case. The makeup bag has ample room for a couple of lipsticks or glosses, in addition to the brushes that come with…but it’s so petite that you won’t have any probs fitting it into your most compact clutch.
Sonia Kashuk Glitz & Glam 4 Piece Brush Set is $12.99 and available at Target.
“Chrome is cool and icy – it’s a very modern, but still pretty way to illuminate the skin.” – Bobbi Brown
This fall, Bobbi introduces the Chrome Palette ($75) – her cool, contemporary take on holiday beauty. Featuring icy shimmering accents for eyes and lips, this chrome fold-out palette includes everything you need to create countless party-read looks including: 10 eye shadows, 4 lip shades, a Mini Eye Shadow Brush and a Mini Lip Brush.
Chrome lips are another trend Bobbi loves for the holiday season – which is why she is introducing three new limited edition products for lips: Port Lip Color, Chrome Metallic Lip Color and Plum Pearl Metallic Lip Color ($22).
The collection also includes Bobbi’s holiday Chrome Mini Brush Set ($55) – the perfect present for the beauty-junkie in your life (or yourself). The set, which comes in a chrome zip-around cases features a Mini Face Blender, our new Mini Angle Eye Shadow Brush and a Mini Eye Liner brush.
For the past six months, I was anxiously counting down the days until September 24th. Not because it was my birthday, but because I had insider information that MAC was re-releasing its Volcanic Ash Exfoliator as part of the Style Black Collection. If you’re a Spoiled Pretty regular, you’ve probably heard me mention it once or twice…or, possibly, a million times. That’s how much I adore this scrub.
I’ve tested an excessive amount of exfoliants, so it takes a serious scrub to even get my attention…and the Volcanic Ash Exfoliator is, hands down, the best EVER. Yes, I said ever – as in since primordial soup ’til today.
Originally released as part of MAC’s Future Earth collection last summer, it became a cult classic. Those who missed out were singing the shoulda woulda coulda’s. And those who got a taste were wishing they could jump in a DeLorean, rev up the Flux Capacitor and go back to June 2008 and snag a lifetime supply. I fell into the second category, rationing my Volcanic Ash Exfoliator like it was a bag of beans on a season of Survivor.
Now that MAC has answered my prayers (and even packaged it in a convenient tube), I’ve stocked up and I suggest you do the same. It’s already sold out on maccosmetics.com, so I suggest you do your best Sherlock Holmes impression and sleuth that sh*t out (hint: Macys.com and Nordstrom.com still have it in stock).
And don’t just buy one lonely tube. Ah, naw. by the time you buy one, try it, and realize you can’t live without it, exfoliating fools will have wiped out the supply. So just trust me on this one, act like you’re at Costco, and buy in bulk.
The Style Black collection also includes these other gems:
Volcanic Ash Thermal Mask, $19.50 Formulated with volcanic ash and natural oils, this ash-black facial mask simultaneously deep-cleanses and treats the skin. When water is added, the mask heats up and the oils instantly lubricate the skin, leaving it feeling soft and clean. Helps keep skin moist, clean, soft and evenly textured.
Mineralize Eye Shadow, $19.50 Cinderfella: Mineralize black with silver pearl (frost) Gilt By Association: Mineralize black with gold bronze pearl (frost) Blue Flame: Mineralize black with blue pearl (frost) Young Punk: Mineralize black with pinkish purple pearl (frost)
I have been told my many a professional that my eyes were made for makeup. Not to sound cocky or anything, but I’m pretty sure that when God formed me in the womb, s/he said to her/himself, “Wow…when this girl grows up, she’s gonna rock a fierce cat eye.”
So to celebrate my third annual 29th birthday, Mr. Spoiled Pretty and I dined at Tinto, one of my favorite restaurants in Philadelphia – and I sported this ferosh feline eye.