Tuesday, September 29, 2009

MAC Cosmetics - Dsquared2




Every season the fashion crowd is up and on the run, crazy for the fierce and sexy fun we've come to expect from designers Dan and Dean Caten, the Canadian twins who know how to pack a punch - and throw a party! With their haute hi-jinx and body-beautiful clothes for boys and girls, a collaboration with MAC simply could NOT be avoided! "DSquared2 and MAC are on the same trip!" says Dan. This collection brings us to the Ziegfield Follies by way of Grey Gardens, a bit disheveled, a little Girl Interrupted, both dramatically hip and dangerously sexy. It starts with a strong, sooty, blackest-ever wild-child eye...a new Greasepaint Stick also in blue and violet versions, and Pro Gloss to create it. Neutral and perfected skin will get more drama with highlighting and low lighting from Sculpt and Shape Powders and the 165 Tapered Cheek/Highlight Brush all the better to achieve it. And finally, the totally nude Pro Lip Erase does its stuff, followed by a light Lipstick and Lip Conditioner to put the lilt and lift back in.... But the cynosure of this season's scintillating collaboration is the daring, dramatic slightly demented DSquared2 eye.


Lipsticks
Nude Rose - Light neutral pink (Lustre)
Blood Red - Clean deep berry (Lustre)


Lip Erase

A flesh-toned balm that visually neutralizes and erases natural colour from the lip. Shine- and texture-free.
Dim - NC37


Tinted Lip Conditioner
Fuchsia Fix - Deep pink sheen


Grease Paint Sticks
Greasepaint Stick - Intense Black
B - Bright blue violet
V - Bright yellow blue


Kohl Power Pencil
Feline - Glossy black


Sculpt and Shape Powder Duos


These are Sculpt and Shape powders are permanent pro products, however the pro versions provide the Sculpt Powders and Shape Powders separately.
Bone Beige/ Emphasize - Palest cream / Tan
Accentuate/Sculpt - Pale blushed beige / Soft taupey brown


Gloss Texture
Clear - A colour-free gel formulated for full-on shine, M·A·C Gloss adds polish, shine and highlights to bare or made-up skin. May be used on the face or any part of the body where shine is desired.


Tools:
#165 Brush - Medium-sized tapered brush with soft, natural bristles. Provides perfect application and blending of powder products. Can be used to highlight the cheeks or all over the face







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