Where to buy the MAC Christmas Collection in Australia

Stephanie Panecasio 10 October 2017 NEWS


MAC's Christmas Collection is almost here and we are dying to get our hands on it.

Get ready ladies! It's Christmas Collection time and as always, one of our favourite makeup brands is coming up with the goods. MAC is seriously raising the stakes in the packaging department for its 2017 Christmas Collection and we simply cannot wait.

If the idea of crushed gold ANYTHING has you swooning, let us assure you that the MAC Christmas Collection will not disappoint, debuting six new lipsticks, two face powders, five eyeshadows, two lash sets (in gold and silver, no less) and a huge 12-lipstick mini kit, featuring some seriously popular classic shades.

That's right, from Ruby Woo to Velvet Teddy, this Christmas you can get your hands on a whole selection of MAC favourites – in a crushed gold case, of course. Excuse us while we add the whole kit to our wishlists.


Where can you buy the MAC Christmas Collection in Australia?

The big question is, how do we get it? Well, you're in luck, because we've got you covered. The collection drops on 30 October in Australia (just in time to use it for your Halloween look) and you can purchase it online from the MAC website (you can even use afterpay!), at any MAC counter in David Jones and at any MAC store.

In the meantime, check out some of the product images below. We're lusting after all of them!




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