Friday, August 7, 2009

MAC Makeup Art Cosmetics Collection - Promo Pics

Artistic License, Graphblack, Full of Fuchsia, Obviously Orange, Colour Matters

MAC Makeup Art Cosmetics Collection

U.S. Launch Date: August 20th, 2009
International Launch Date: September 2009

Everything we do at MAC is built around the idea that anything is possible when self-expression is honored, exalted, allowed to rise to its ultimate aria. This season MAC celebrates the idea of the Artist in every shade and stripe…makeup as art form. We’ve selected three individuals who exemplify this idea through both the subjects they choose, and the wildly individual styles and colours used to convey them. Bold heroic, big; giggly, playful, clever; dramatic, original, abstract: Fall ‘09 as seen by Richard Phillips, Maira Kalman, and Marilyn Minter. Be inspired!

Make-Up Art Cosmetics Fall ‘09 As Seen By Richard Phillips, Painter
Andy Warhol did a cameo on The Love Boat in 1985…and in the same spirit, Richard Phillips! 1998 painting, Spectrum, made its debut on the scandalous Gossip Girl a sign of the times! Need we say more? Recycled and re-imagined ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s ads and images, and every colourful issue ever considered when pondering the question of “identity” is what Richard Phillips is all about. Highly technical, a refinement of precise, academic painting, his gold and beautiful portraits seem so relevant to everything MAC artistry is all about. A collection of eye shadow quads, lipsticks, Lipglass, and The Perfect Cheek Blush just leap off the canvas!

Gloss Texture
Fuchsia Glitter
Reflects Copper Glitter

Gold Sparkling Glitter
Reflects Rust Glitter
Brash & Bold Pigment
Cocomotion Pigment
Heritage Rouge Pigment
Push the Edge Pigment

Notable Blush
The Perfect Cheek Blush
Off the Page Eyeshadow

Haunting Eyeshadow

Purple Shower Eyeshadow
Violet Trance Eyeshadow
Maira’s Magic Eyeshadow
Crest the Wave Eyeshadow
Photo Realism Eyeshadow Quad
In the Gallery Eyeshadow Quad
Notoriety Eyeshadow Quad

Lipstick: Front Lit, Full Body, High Strung, Hold the Pose, Lovin’ It

Lipglass: Young Thing, New Spirit, On Display, Personal Taste

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