Hi! It’s Thursday! How many of you are on the way to start your holiday weekend right now? Lucky! This marks, technically, the end of Summer and the beginning of Fall. Or at least Fall makeup and trends! And what not better way than to start it off with Marc Jacobs!
Three exclusive products inspired by the Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 runway collection!
Epic Noir Mascara & Gel Eyeliner Set – Limited Edition
Inspired by the haunting glam of the Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 runway collection, this set of two bestsellers is perfect for recreating the fashion show beauty look. Brighten up eyes with this collector’s edition set that includes a full size Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara and a travel size Highliner Gel Eye Crazyon eyeliner – two of Marc Jacobs Beauty’s best sellers.
This set will cost you $28.00.
Highliner Gel Eye Crayon – Limited Edition
Experience smoke and sparkle with this intensely pigmented, limited edition Highliner Gel Eye Crayon eyeliner, inspired by the glamour of the Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 runway collection. The liner’s dark, smoky black shimmers with silver glitter and delivers instant color payoff and the ultimate glide of the bestselling Highliner. Smudge on with a brush for a memorable smoky look, and allow to set for long-lasting, waterproof wear. This stunning eyeliner is packaged in a collector’s edition box, featuring a design from one of the dresses in the runway show—with every detail designed by Marc Jacobs himself. The shade is a smoky black with silver glitter and it is called Taboo.
This will cost you $25.00.
Le Marc Lip Creme Lipstick – Limited Edition
Le Marc Lip Creme in Blacquer (000) celebrates the haunting glam of the Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 runway collection. This signature shade is the blackest, shiniest black color and Marc Jacobs’ signature shade.
This will cost you $30.00.
The entire collection is available now, in September online and in stores.
Ooooh… What do you guys think about this collection? I think it’s pretty chic, especially the packaging! I really love the way he did the eyes, its almost like his own avant garde version of The Eye of Horus don’t you think?