The new Nars Kabuki makeup brushes are here, and they…
So you have a magnificent MAC Maleficent Haul — and now what? Don’t be scared to use these beauties! Find out in today’s New York Times’ T magazine online, “On Beauty!”
The items that called to me from my magic mirror were the Maleficent Beauty Powder ($30), Lipstick in TRUE LOVE’S KISS ($17.50), Nail Lacquer ($17.50) in NOCTURNELLE, Sculpting powder in SCULPT ($23), and the Eye quad ($44). Most of the Maleficent items are still in stock at www.maccosmetics.com or Nordstrom, and all of the shades in the 4-pan eye palette are usually available in pro pans or cases as they are not limited edition colors; I found the eye shadows and the sculpting powder in stock on the MAC website today in pro pan versions. GROUND BROWN, GOLDMINE, CARBON and CONCRETE eye shadows and SCULPT sculpting powder are oldies-but-goodies and great colors to have in your makeup bag if you don’t have them yet.
Angelina’s longtime makeup artist Toni G. uses the new MAC Maleficent SCULPT – and tells us how you can use it to create scary-good contouring and cheekbones. Follow this link to the New York Times online article and learn how to sculpt like a pro!
Speaking of pros, for some reason MAC has stopped giving Pro discounts on limited edition collections. I haven’t been able to find out why, or if this is to be a permanent policy on limited collections.