MAC Huggable Lipcolor Spring 2014 Makeup Collection

MAC Huggable Lipcolor Spring 2014 Makeup Collection. In need of a new lipstick formula? Mac has you...

MAC Huggable Lipcolor Spring 2014 Makeup Collection. In need of a new lipstick formula? Mac has your covered with their new huggable shades. Ranging from soft pinks, to bold berries these new lip shades infuse the glossy feel of a gloss and the color play-off of a lipstick. Hitting online Dec 26th and in stores Jan 2nd, look below for more details.

When it comes to gorgeous lips, don’t compromise shine for colour. Your pout can have it all in a new formula inspired by Asian trends, hugging your lips in hues that stay bright for up to six hours. Huggable Lipcolour provides a lasting, glossy finish that helps boost collagen, leaving lips smooth and sculpted. A unique gel base allows each shade to smooth effortlessly onto the skin, with a feather-light finish giving immediate moisture.



Huggable Lipcolour ($20.00 U.S. / $24.00 CDN) (Limited Edition)

    Touche Light beige (Cream)
    Fresh & Frisky Soft neutral peach (Cream)
    Cherry Glaze Orange red (Cream)
    Out for Passion Soft warm rose (Cream)
    Fashion Force Cool coral (Cream)
    Love Beam Mid-tone warm pink (Cream)
    What a Feeling! Mid-tone cool pink (Cream)
    Feeling Amorous? Mid-tone fuchsia (Cream)
    Red Necessity Deep warm wine (Cream)
    Commotion Deep cool plum (Cream)
    Rich Marron Mid-tone nude (Cream) (Except Asia)
    Rusty Deep auburn (Cream) (Except Asia)
    Extra Sweet Light pink (Cream) (Asia Exclusive)
    Sweet Creation Peach (Cream) (Asia Exclusive)






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