Hello!?! Have my eyes deceived me or it true that Rihanna is coming out with a bomb collection with MAC Cosmetics? Yes it is true and its not just one lip color, its a four part collection which will debut during her concert in Brooklyn…Holla! The first product to unveil will be Rihanna’s signature piece RiRi Woo, a lipstick inspired by her favorite MAC product, Ruby Woo. MAC will open a pop-up shop on the first night to showcase the line. How cool is that?
Oh yea yea yea… Oh yea oh yea. Yes @badgalriri is doing it major 2013 collaboration with @maccosmetics and I’m super excited about this luxurious looking collection. #rihanna #maccosmetics #makeup #beauty #rosegold (Photo credit: MissMerli)
There is more though folks there will be four collections, under the cute name RiRi [Hearts] MAC but of course. Here is the breakdown as follows: The summer collection also includes two additional lipsticks, a Lustre Drops shade and a powder blush duo. Fall’s collection will be 16 pieces which include four lipsticks, a deeply pigmented Lipglass version of RiRi Woo, two multishade eye shadow palettes and false lashes. Then if you didn’t get enough or like I know will happen everything WILL sell out holiday will bring another 10 items, including nail polish, a makeup bag and more lipsticks.
Save your dollars ladies its about to get real, RiRi real! Are you looking forward to this collection?
Here are my all time fave makeup looks from @Badgalriri to date.
If you’re a beauty junkie like many women are, you’ve probably amassed quite a large collection of lipsticks. There are certainly enough hours, days, and weeks in a year that you can justify why you need seven different reds, three nudes, 4 pinks, and 2 purples but how exactly do you do that and ensure that you are putting all your colors to use? Of course its obvious, a lip palette! One that you can bring with you on trips, makeup jobs, and organize nicely in your vanity and it’s as easy as one, two, three. Check out my short photo tutorial below using Make Up For Ever lipstick and empty flash palette. You can do this with any brand lipstick.
2. Palette ( I purchased mine at Make Up For Ever Boutique also available at select Sephora‘s)
5. Paper Towel
Slice the top off
Scoop product out of tube
Place Lipstick in Palette
Voila! All set beautiful colors all in one spot.
Using spatula remove labels from lipstick tube and place under corresponding color
A few weeks after introducing you to the amazing Sam Fine For Fashion Fair Supreme Collection I was invited out to an official launch of the collection and surprise surprise Mr. Fine himself was in the building! This was a low key, relaxed event where a group of bloggers were able to swatch and look at the collection intimately. Sam shared his faves in the collection, the process of creating it, and what is on the horizon for Fashion Fair as their creative director.
I’m already sold on the collection but why should you purchase it? One Word: SAM FINE! No but seriously the lipsticks are moisturizing and pigmented to the heavens and the two palettes are simply perfect for every woman. The packaging… lets talk about how luxe it is and still the collection is affordable. Dare I say, it this is the first time Fashion Fair has really appealed to the younger masses in forty years.
Sam Fine is a makeup artist so he isn’t just making a product to sell but something that pros can use that lives up to high standards a brown that reads that way on the darkest of complexions, a highlighter color that is magnificent and not chalky, bold colors that pop… I can go on and on but I won’t the collection speaks for itself. Sam Fine also shared that there will be more colors added so this is going to be a growing collection. Seems to me Fashion Fair can only continue to go up up from here Awesome! Up next, a tutorial on three looks with the Alfami Coast palette so stay tuned.
Sam posing with his work of art Gina
Sam Fine mid sentence and ShakeThatBeauty’s Tia Williams swatching to her delight.
Sam Fine talking about the different shades and Christina of LoveBrownSugar taking notes
Today I was playing around in my makeup stash and thought to myself hmmm this looks a lot like that new lipstick that I purchased a week ago at FNO online. MAC Cosmetics and Azealia Banks collaborated for this dark plum colored lipstick that richens everyones lip palette and is right on trend for this fall.
Azealia Banks looking haute with her Yung Rapunxel lip
a Banks collaborated to create the lipstick Yung Rapunxel which I loved but what if there was a dupe for it. I just had to see so I tried out my covergirl Queen collection lipstick layered with gloss see the results below.
Lip with Covergirl Queen Collection lipstick in Fine Wine with MAC Cosmetics Dazzleglass in Funtabulous
Cover girl Queen Collection Fine Wine and MAC Cosmetics Dazzleglass in Funtabulous
MAC Cosmetics Yung Rapunxel with Dazzleglass in Funtabulous