Lips go bold for fall 2013….

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For those who loves lipstick MAC prepared for this fall a new collection called Retro Matte Collection, which includes eight matte lipsticks and eight lip pencils in a variety of shades for all occasions.

For daytime makeup choose from pastel shades Steady Going and Runway Hit, and in some cases even more intense plum Flat Out Fabulous. And for the evening: juicy-red Dangerous, wine Fixed On Drama, a pink-coral Relentlessly Red, bright red Ruby Woo shade of fuchsia and All Fired Up.

The texture of the lipsticks is soft and creamy, and to “fix” it on the lips it will the pencils Pro Longwear Lip Pencil, which can also be used in conjunction with any other matte lipstick MAC.

U.S. Launch Date – 12 September 2013 at MAC Stores and online.

 

This fall, the beauty story is changing again. Get ready to store the gloss, or at least add a new lip product to your beauty arsenal.  The BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL!!!

Mac has a NEW NEW Retro Matte Collection for Fall 2013….I personally want every single one of them.

 

Lipstick, with its saturated color and precision application technique, is back in a big way. Behind the scenes at fall fashion shows, dressing rooms were littered with tubes of lipstick, with makeup artists embracing the trend and models wearing slashed mouths in red, berry and wine on the runway.

 

While even beauty novices could pull off gloss — a swipe on the lips, rub together and go — lipstick is a whole different story.

What advice do you have for the lipstick newbie?

“If you are afraid of lipstick, try a lipstick that has a sheer payoff,” says Carmen Mabry, makeup artist at Private Edition. “There are some new ones on the market, like the By Terry Hyaluronic Sheer Rouge, that are incredible. They deliver color and still have a soft look on the mouth. Less aggressive than a full-on lipstick, they are like a more intense cherry ChapStick kind of feel.

“I don’t like a glossy red lip. It feels really modern to see more of a matte lip right now. Almost like a stain. And I think you really need to start with a liner to keep the line precise.”

Which red is right?

“Every woman can wear a bold lip. It depends on skin tone and hair color,” says Kathleen Forbush, owner of Babe Beauty Bar. “If you are very fair, stay away from purple and plum. Stay with a red or berry. A darker skin can wear the plum and wine. Really, everyone can wear a red lip and look great.

“When I see a woman with a red lip, it says classic, confident and beautiful. It is sexy without trying too hard. One way to ease in to wearing a strong color on the mouth is to try a gloss in a deep color. Get comfortable seeing color on your lip and then try a lipstick.”