M.A.C x HelloKitty

The other day I went over to New England Comics to visit Michelle, a serious Fafi fan and my go-to gal for anything comics. We got to talking about a few things relative to fashion and make-up (we came up with a few good ways to use the Urban Decay Potion hahah) and we talked about the latest from M.A.C.
As you know, M.A.C brought you the ever so pretty Fafi collection last year, and is coming to the tail end of the slightly controversial Dame Edna collection. Although not the newest news, coming up in February, M.A.C will be launching their latest collection collaborating with the Japanese cartoon idol Hello Kitty.
If you were there for the Fafi launch in Downtown Boston, you can expect a similar scenario with the new collection on February 12th; also available online Feb. 10th.

The line will consist of six shades of lipstick with names like Fashion Mews and Strayin’, each $14; six Lipglass shades, each $14; and two tinted lip conditioners, $14.50 each; two eye shadow palettes, which each contain four shades and retail for $38; two shades of pigment are $19.50 each, and two Reflects Glitter stockkeeping units — one blue, one pink — are $17.50 each. Four Glitter Eye Liners, each $16.50, two shades of Beauty Powder, each $22; three shades of nail polish, each $11; a black mascara, $12, and false lashes, $12, round out the color offerings. Shades range from pinks and turquoises to lavenders and greens. [via nitrolicious]

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One response to “M.A.C x HelloKitty

  1. lydiarachael

    This is the first I’ve heard of this! I’m so excited I love hello kitty and I love MAC! I feel a spending spree coming on! xxx

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