We need it all.
MAC really do know how to spoil us.
We are LOVING this spurt of new collections they have going at the moment.
First of all, we spotted some AMAZING shimmery lipsticks backstage at NYFW.
They are honestly the lipsticks of dreams.
Then there were some extra dimension strobe blushes, which look super pigmented and SO dreamy.
But, our favourite?
Yes – you literally apply it the same way you use a pizza cutter. eyeliner.
Now MAC have only gone and collaborated with THREE of the coolest women ever.
They have announced the launch of a new Future Forward collection, in association with British pop singer, Dua Lipa, American Hip Hop and R&B singer, Justine Skye, and award-winning Korean singer Lee Hi.
The collection is due to hit UK stores this coming July.
Now, let’s take a look at the collections.
Dua lip has created a b-e-a-u-tiful clear Cremesheen Glass with an iridescent multi-pearl glitter.
Talking about her launch, she has said: "I absolutely love lip glosses, but I don't like lip glosses that are sticky. With the Cremesheen formula, I was able to create a gloss I really liked, that was comfortable and fun to wear. I normally prefer to keep lips clear and glossy, and the addition of glitter gives just the right amount of spark."
Justine Skye has created an AMAZING highlighter, which we need in our make up bags RN.
Just LOOK at it!
While, Lee Hi has created a deep-red matte lipstick, which looks super dreamy.
"Lipstick is definitely my favourite beauty product and I love collecting unique colours. I'm mostly drawn to red colour lipsticks. I see the red colour range as very diverse – you can go orange- red, coral-red, pink red – there are endless possibilities."
MAC x Justine Skye Iridescent Powder will be available in North America on 13th April 2017, and Internationally in May 2017.
MAC x Dua Lipa Cremesheen Glass will be available in North America on 25th May 2017, and Internationally in June 2017.
MAC x Lee Hi Lipstick will be available in North America on 25th May 2017, and Internationally in July 2017.