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MAC Cosmetics Wonder Woman Collection!

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If you know me, then you know my love of Wonder Woman.  I’ll spare you the details about how I would run around in my Wonder Woman bathing suit and not want to take it off – ever.  But, when I read about MAC’s upcoming Wonder Woman collection, I almost jumped up and starting spinning – you know, like Wonder Woman does!

Everything about the collection is super-sized because of the super hero inspiration. James Gager, creative director of MAC stated: “Since Wonder Woman has this amazing strength, we decided that the products in the collection should be larger than anything we do; from the size of the compacts to the jumbo blush.” The collection includes jumbo Lipglasses, large blush duos and metallic utility belt. The packaging has a 1970s look to it – probably taking cues from the era that took Wonder Woman from the comics to the television screen and Lynda Carter’s gorgeous bronzed face. Jennifer Balbier explained: “The cosmetics, for the most part, bring to mind an early Seventies look — a very nude contoured face with a hint of Pop-Art color.”

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The Wonder Woman collection features new colors as well as classic colors…

Compacts and cases are done in the character’s signature royal blue, fire-engine red and taxi-cab yellow with an eye-popping Wonder Woman logo. The eye shadow lineup includes iridescent white, pink and bright silver shades, as well as dark forest green, olive-bronze and lime with yellow frost; mascaras are done in shades of purple, green and blue in addition to black, and nail polishes are available in bright red and navy blue.

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The Wonder Woman Collection is set to launch in the spring and to commemorate the event, MAC is opening up a pop-up-shop at 109 Prince Street from February 3 – mid-April. The “face” of the campaign will be an illustrated one. Rather than finding a model to star in the campaign, MAC turned to Wonder Woman’s roots in the comics and “worked with an illustrator to develop a comic exclusively for the displayers and visuals.”

Source: WWD

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