MAC is bringing you another collab to feed your make up addiction!

Alexandra Hourigan 19 October 2017

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MAC just revealed its new collaboration inspired by fine jewellery!

We are definitely receiving our fair share of make up collaborations at the moment! First there was Gigi Hadid x Maybelline, then Charlotte Tilbury x Beautylish and even Kat Von D x Green Day. But just to throw another to the mix is MAC who decided to break away from the typical beauty blogger or celebrity collab and teamed up with famous jewellery designer, Robert Lee Morris.

Through their partnership, MAC and Morris have created 16 products with brand new golden packaging so you can embrace your fancy side. Honestly, these pieces are so unique they look like they deserve their own art exhibition. The collection contains brushes, blushes, lipsticks, powder compacts and even a compact mirror for the gal on the go!

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The lipsticks come in six delicious shades of Lychee, Persimmon, Pumpkin, Concourd Grape, Fig, Pomegranate. The shades are definitely more along the line of pink and purple toned colours with Pomegranate being the standout darker shade of the six.

It also encompasses two blushes in the shades Linda, a pinky blush, and Peach, which is as you guessed it, a peach toned shade. But wait, there's more! The MAC X Robert Lee Morris collection includes two pressed powders in four shades for light to medium skin tones. Last, but definitely not least, is the large flat powder brush, large angled powder brush and the stunning brush roll including four brushes.

The collection is dropping online in the States November 2nd so we can look forward to seeing the same here in Australia on or soon after that date. If waiting is not really your thing you can check out your local David Jones or Myer for the current stock of MAC make up line.

Stay tuned for more updates as they come!

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