Sia and MAC are collaborating for a cause

Stephanie Panecasio 1 December 2017 NEWS

SIA LEAD

The singer with the most recognised wig in the business is teaming up with MAC!

Whether you know her for singing about lighting fixtures or for being one of the most elusive celebrities out there, Sia is making her (singular) name even more known thanks to a philanthropic collaboration with MAC.

The collaboration is in support of World AIDS Day, a cause that Sia has championed for some time, and all the proceeds from the sale of the lipstick will go directly to the MAC AIDS Fund.

We can already imagine that in Sia's next video clip, Maddie Ziegler will be dancing some ridiculously phenomenal choreography in this lipstick. And we're totally ready.

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The shade itself joins MAC's iconic VIVA GLAM collection and is a bright matte red that will have you blowing air kisses to everyone you meet – because let's be real, we're always happy to add another red lippie to our makeup stash.

The shade itself won't be released until January 2018, but we've already added it to our mental wish lists because it's such a good cause – and a gorgeous colour!

In the meantime, you can get your hands on other MAC products at MECCA and David Jones. Don't forget to check out some of the other collabs that the brand has done lately, including a huge range with Patrick Starr.

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