MAC just added 9 new shades to its liptensity collection

Alexandra Hourigan 16 October 2017 NEWS

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Nudes, Pinks and Darks and all we can say is... YAAS!

MAC's Liptensity collection already wasn't messing around. Liptensity is a range of creamy and highly pigmented lippies in colours ranging from hot pinks to warm nudes to literally black. The collection encompassed 24, never-been-done-before shades with a satin finish, which means yes, you don't own any of these. Like that wasn't enough, MAC just dropped 9 more shades. Why? cause it's MAC, that's why.

These new shades are again completely individual so you can 100% justify buying one. The pigment packed lipsticks can be applied in not only one but three ways. For a fully packed on look, apply straight from the lipstick to your lips, for a medium coverage use a brush to apply to the amount you desire and for a colour stain kind of look dab on with your finger. Now without further ado, please meet the new shades.

The Nudes:

The 3 nude shades include 'Clouds in my Coffee', a gorgeous light nude with pink undertones, 'Well Bred Brown', which looks exactly like it sounds and 'Brick Dust', a gorgeous warm rusty nude.

mac nudes

The Pinks:

The 3 pink shades include 'Bite O'Georgia', a stunning peachy pink, 'King Salmon', a rich coral pink and 'Ginger Rose', which looks like a perfect Barbie pink lipstick if ever I saw one.

mac pinks

The Darks:

The 3 darker shades consist of 'Beetroot', which looks like, well, beetroot, 'Noblesse', a sultry vampy purple and 'Fire Roasted', a delicious rich orange and red toned lipstick.

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The new shades aren't available on MAC's website just yet but the other shades within the collection are definitely available in MAC stores, online or at

Myer and David Jones .

We are definitely living for the shades 'Well Bred Brown' and 'Noblesse'! Tell us your favourite at @finderstyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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