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MAC Cosmetics hits the high notes with Mariah Carey collaboration


Fans of global pop phenomenon Mariah Carey can now treat themselves to a sprinkle of her stardust thanks to the singer’s collaboration with MAC Cosmetics. The MAC Mariah Carey collection features Ms Carey’s trademark butterflies and glitter across a selection of make-up and colour cosmetics just in time for the Christmas party season.

The MAC naming department have had fun here: references are made to the pop diva’s greatest hits such as ‘All I Want’ and ‘Dreamlover’. There’s also a Lipglass named ‘Little Miss Monroe’ for her daughter. The Mariah Carey signature sings out elsewhere with imprints of her favourite butterflies on lipstick bullets and even a stylised design of the singer’s face pressed into a powder.

Our pick of the collection, which centres around a shimmering palette of browns, golds and pinks, includes:

Lipstick in All I Want (a champagne shimmer frost); Bit of Bubbly (a soft pinky nude cremesheen) and Dahhlinggg! (a pinky peach cremesheen).

Lipglass in Little Miss Monroe (true gold shimmer); Dreamlover (dirty pink shimmer) and It’s Just Like Honey (tan shimmer).

Eyeshadow Quads in I’m That Chick You Like, which includes a satin shadow in dirty mocha with gold pearl and It’s Everything, which contains a velvet shadow in muted black with red shimmer.

As well as colour cosmetics, the collection also includes a Liquid Eye Liner; Pro Longwear Lip Pencil; Mascara; Extra Dimension Skin Finish and Loose Powder.

The clever thing about this collection is that the wearer can choose to go all-out glitter-drenched showgirl but the universally flattering nude-based tones work equally well in a more pared-down look.

The MAC Mariah Carey collection will be available from December at select travel retail locations worldwide for a limited time.

Matt Willey
written by: Matt Willey
Matt handles the digital and creative side of PretAirporter and is always striving for that perfect blend of form and function. Passionate about innovation and new ways of working smartly, Matt is also the Chief Creative Officer at The Moodie Davitt Report.