Beauty Buzz: MAC By Request Brings Back Discontinued Products For The Second Time
Don’t you detest when you fall in love with a makeup product that’s a staple in your arsenal and it gets discontinued? It’s the worst feeling ever. Seriously, if MAC Cosmetics Ruby Woo ever got discontinued, I may be in front of their offices with picket signs. It’s that serious!
MAC Cosmetics is well aware that their passionate customers get attached to products. And are probably mourning those few shades that were taken off the market. Enter MAC by Request.
The collection, back for a second year, marks the return of beloved shades from the 90s and 2000s that were formerly discontinued. Get ready for highly-requested, long lost lipsticks and eyeshadows to make an encore appearance!
Here’s how it works:
From July 8 to 21st, Glamazons can vote for their favorite shades on Facebook. The six (3 lipsticks and 3 eyeshadows) with the most votes will return in Spring 2014, sold online exclusively.
Who is bursting with excitement? *raises hand*
I can’t wait to start voting for my favorites.
Now let’s check out the products up for grabs:
-Glam: Vivid, bright pinky-red (Matte) (as seen in the Viva Glam collection from 1992)
-Hoop: Mid tone, rosy-pink (Matte) (as seen in the Le Groove Colour collection from 1991)
-Rozz: Watermelon reddish pink (Matte) (Circa-Pre 1990)
-Tomango: Bright reddish orange (Matte) (Circa-Pre 1990)
-Flavour: Soft, muted, peachy pink (Satin) (as seen in the Freedom Colour Additions collection from 1994)
-Pink Poodle: Vivid, fuchsia pink (Glaze) (as seen in the Valentines Day Collection from 2000)
-Ashbury: Matte taupe grey (Matte) (as seen in the MAC Mod collection from 1990)
-Butterscotch: Matte warm beige (Matte) (Circa Pre-1990)
-Chill: Soft white with shimmer (Satin) (as seen in the Le Groove Colour collection from 1991)
-Diesel: Cool grey frost (Frost) (as seen in the Freedom Colour Additions collection from 1994)
-Fiction: Muted green with shimmer (Frost) (as seen in the Colour Abstractions/Additions collection from 1997)
Glamazons, what do you think of these shades making a comeback? Which one will you be voting for?