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Friday 14th of June 2024

Nairobi, Kenya

Design Essentials, A Premium Haircare Company, Introduces A New Product In Kenya.

Kenya, Nairobi: October 28, 2023 In an effort to keep growing throughout Africa, haircare specialty brand Design Essentials®, which treats curly and overly coiled hair, has introduced a new line of hair products into Kenya. The African Chebe Hair Growth Collection was created using native African knowledge and natural African ingredients to satisfy the unique needs of African hair types. It will be sold in Kenya by Belle Afrique Kenya, their six-year distribution partner.
Design Essentials’ International Marketing Manager for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Sharon Thompson, made the following remarks during a media launch event in Nairobi:

“We are excited to be in Kenya and present our consumers with the Design Essentials® Chebe line.
They have quickly embraced and valued the functionality of our offerings.
We hope that our business partners will embrace the range to support the expansion of the local hair, beauty, and cosmetics industries and that this new system will fulfill their needs in terms of strengthening hair.

McBride Research Laboratories, an Afro-American-owned company with over thirty years of experience creating hair care products that work for all hair types, is the company that makes Design Essentials.

Natural components from Chad are used to make African Chebe. The Basara Women of Chad have been gathering and combining plantain seeds, cloves, lavender, cherry seeds, crotons, stone fragrance, and resin tree sap for ages, then grinding it into a thin brown powder.
After mixing the powder with either water or oil, a paste resembling a mask is applied to the hair shaft, braided, and kept in until the following wash day, when the procedure is repeated.
Their strong, thick waist-length hair is now admired worldwide as a result of this.

The Basara Women have generously shared their ancient customs with us, and we are honored to use this knowledge, along with our research, development, and manufacturing skills, to create a product that addresses the long-standing issue of African hair growth, retention, and strength. African Chebe is made especially to strengthen, hydrate, and nourish hair.
African Chebe is a product made especially to strengthen, nourish, and revitalize hair. We have promised to donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the African Chebe Collection back to the communities in Chad in exchange for their sharing of their indigenous knowledge with us and enabling us to purchase the natural ingredients from them there, Ms. Thompson continued.

The Next Supermodel in Africa

This year’s Africa’s Next Supermodel Finals, a prestigious continental modeling competition and reality TV show, will take place on October 28, 2023, at the Radisson Blu, Uperhill. African Chebe is the Hair Brand Partner for this event and is supporting the Design Essentials Social Responsibility initiative in Africa. African Chebe’s entry into the Kenyan market coincides with this event.
Design Essentials’ core value is giving back, so it makes perfect sense for them to partner with Africa’s Next Super Model as their hair brand.
According to Ms. Thompson, “Design Essentials strongly aligns with Joan Okorodudu’s vision and mission of creating a successful modeling career path for her contestants, some of whom are from refugee camps.”

Braid & Twist-Out Styling Crème, Anti-Breakage Moisturizing Leave-In Conditioner, Chébé Herbal Pre-Wash Intense Repair Masque, and Strengthening & Moisturizing Styling Mousse are all part of the collection that was just introduced today.

Follow and get in touch with Distributor Belle Afrique Kenya on Instagram at @belleafriquekenya for additional details regarding the range’s availability. 0723 949880 (phone)
Follow Design Essentials on Instagram at @design_essentials_kenya to stay up to date on product updates, promotions, hairstyle advice, and tutorials.

Content courtesy of Design Essentials and NFH

Introducing Studio Fix Every-wear All-over Face Pen To The Kenyan Market By Mac Cosmetics

The Studio Fix Every-Wear All-Over Face Pen, a much-anticipated addition to MAC Cosmetics’ Studio Fix brand, was unveiled at a series of exciting in-store activations that took place throughout Nairobi.
These activations, which involved working with well-known figures from the beauty business, were held at several MAC Stores in Sarit Centre, Village Market, and The Junction Mall.

A revolutionary product that accommodates every hue and fashion is the Studio Fix Every-Wear All-Over Face Pen.
This ground-breaking high-control face pen, which comes in a wide spectrum of 33 hues, expertly combines the advantages of foundation and concealer.
Users benefit from the control, comfort, and flawless results because of its cutting-edge formulation, which offers transfer- and waterproof coverage.

For spot-concealing or all-over coverage, the Studio Fix Every-Wear can be applied with a single pen click.
The product effortlessly provides flawless coverage with a natural matte finish that lasts for about 36 hours, guaranteeing an appearance that is devoid of creases and cakeiness.
Siphesihle Ngalonkulu, the Sub-Saharan Africa Marketing Manager for MAC, stated, “We are happy that the Studio Fix collection has entered the Kenyan market. This innovative product combines comfort and efficiency.
Our customers can acquire the immaculate and fresh appearance they desire thanks to our skill and expertise.
We are sure that our consumers will adore the flawless application, organic matte finish, and additional hydration and protection benefits.

The Studio Fix Every-Wear All-Over Face Pen’s delicate fluid texture melts into the skin to give it a second-skin effect. A potent combination of chemicals, including moisturizing hyaluronic acid, stimulating caffeine, and shielding vitamin E, enables this.
It provides excellent covers and nourishes the skin, boosting moisture levels by up to 53% after just one week of usage moisture levels rise by 44% right away.

Users of the Studio Fix Every-Wear All-Over Face Pen can click it on, tap it in, and build it up to suit their needs, It is versatile and adaptable.
This product is made to match your versatility and creativity, whether it’s for covering up discoloration, hiding dark circles, or enhancing your contour.

About Mac Cosmetics

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. is the parent company of M.A.C. (Make-Up Art Cosmetics), a well-known professional cosmetics brand worldwide. The company had modest beginnings over 30 years ago in Toronto, Canada, but has grown tremendously successful because of word-of-mouth advertising and international contributions from makeup artists, models, photographers, and journalists.
In excess of 130 nations and territories worldwide currently sell M.A.C. products. Follow M.A.C. on social media platforms like Facebook (facebook.com/maccosmetics), Instagram (instagram.com/maccosmetics), YouTube (youtube.com/maccosmetics), Snapchat, TikTok, and Pinterest (@MACcosmetics) to stay up to date with all of the company’s latest news.
Please visit maccosmetics.com to find an M.A.C. store near you.

Content courtesy of African Elite Group Ltd & NFH

 

Work With Smile Leads To Success: An Exclusive Beauty Business Interview With Sina Tsegazeab Founder Of Natna Natural Hair

The renowned and high-quality hair distribution company Natna Hair, with headquarters in Uganda, recently debuted its newest item as part of the launch of its new collection.
The brand has been on the fast track to success, even releasing products not just for women but for men, in a time when appearance and self-care are the norms.
A couple of the products that the company’s catalog highlights are hair extensions for balding men and beard extensions.

We had an exclusive opportunity to speak with the company’s executive Sina Tsegazeab, who explains to us what this new collection means to their customers and why self-care and beauty are no longer a luxury but rather a way of life.

Ann Mumbi: What is Natna Natural Hair all about?

Sina Tsegazeab: Natna hair is a brand that deals with carefully selected human hair weaves, wigs, lace wigs, ponytails, closures, lashes, and so on.
All our products are made from 100% human hair that has no plastic, fiber or synthetic added.
You’re able to wash, dye, color, set, and do everything with them.

AM: When and how did you get into the hair and beauty industry?

ST: I started working in the cosmetics industry in 2013. It’s funny how I got into the business.

To cut a long tale short, buyers began to complain that the items weren’t up to par and were of poor quality after receiving a sizable purchase.
They were going through a terrible period, so they started seeking someone to give them advice.

As they were doing this, they remembered me, so I joined to offer assistance.

Because I used to plait weaves frequently, I had some knowledge.

They later found the business to be tough to manage, so they offered me an opportunity if I could take over.
I took over, changed the brand, and now I’m here.

AM: What were you doing before you decided to set up Natna Hair?

ST: I was a student at Cavendish University studying online marketing prior to starting the company.

AM: What was the catalyst in your journey?

ST: I constantly strive to be at the top of my game.

AM: How would you describe your signature look?

ST: decent, corporate office appearance.

AM: How important are the ingredients in hair care products?

ST: In brief, it’s like food, and nutritious food is necessary for our bodies, and the same is true of hair and hair products.
The components in hair care products are more significant than you can possibly understand.

AM: What’s a hair care secret that you wish more people knew?

ST: Using natural treatments prior to washing your hair and being aware of your hair type’s requirements.

AM: How important do you think it is for people to have a regular hair care regimen?

ST: Most individuals overlook the fact that taking care of one’s hair should be part of a routine, much like taking care of one’s skin or exercising.

AM: A client comes in and asks for a style that you do not think will suit their face.
How do you respond?

ST: So, in situations like that, the first thing I do is tell them why that wouldn’t be ideal for them. Most of the time, they comprehend and are willing to attempt what I advise. If not, I value their viewpoint.

AM: What treatment methods would you recommend if a client came in with hair damaged from excessive dye?

SM: They should first take a break from dyeing their hair for a while before deep conditioning it.

AM: What credentials and licenses do you have in fields related to hair styling?

SM: I am a qualified hair technologist (not a hairstylist), and I am familiar with all the procedures involved in producing and gathering human hair from donors, as well as the industrial process, how to distinguish between different hair grades, which origins are best for various styles, etc.
An expert in this process is referred to as a hair technician. I learned how to style, make wigs, and ventilate hair on my own.

AM: How do you try to stay up-to-date on current hairdressing trends?

SM: This is simple for me because I now understand how to start a trend rather than just follow one.

AM: Have you ever experienced a situation where a client wasn’t happy with the finished look?
If so, how did you handle a case?

SM: I am not a hair stylist, so I can’t really point anything out.

AM: Why should anyone use your service or product?

SM: That’s a really lovely question.
One is that customers will receive excellent value for their money, long-lasting products that will help them preserve their appearance, and the greatest possible customer service.

AM: You started working in the hair and beauty industry several years ago, how has the industry changed since you began?

SM: It has undergone numerous changes.
People can distinguish between the many hair types and whether or not it is human hair, which makes our job simple.

AM: Any plans to come up with a new product line?

SM: Oh yes, it’s 80% done, and we are going to launch it very soon.

AM: What is your brand philosophy?

SM: To constantly offer high-quality hair and products at reasonable costs, together with customer service that makes each engagement with our brand satisfying for our customers.

AM: What are the 5 most popular beauty products you use?

SM:

  1. Neutrogena scrub
  2. Dove hair conditioner
  3. MAC foundation studio fix
  4. Bio-oil
  5. Olay sunscreen

AM: How long have you been in the Hairline business?

SM: My brand is currently 7 years old, having started in 2015.

AM: What are your 5 beauty do’s and don’ts?

SM:

The beauty do’s for me are:

  1. Moisturizing
  2. Deep conditioning
  3. Exercising
  4. Steaming
  5. Scrubbing

The don’ts on the other hand are:

  1. Bleaching
  2. Using cheap products
  3. Having heavy makeup on daily

AM: Does everyone look better with weaved hair or wigs?

SM: Everyone can look good wearing weaves, for sure. The same cannot be said for wigs, though.

AM: If you turn up at a show/shoot and the model has terrible hair, what do you do?

SM: Well, this can’t happen because for photo shoots and shows we come knowing what to do and the model also comes knowing that she has to come in a specific style.

AM: Beauty Instagram profiles have become a major influence on the hair and beauty industry, but you keep yours quite personal, how important social platforms are for you?

SM: Yes, you’re correct that Instagram influencers are growing in popularity, but I chose to promote my brand on my own instead because it seemed more logical to do so.

AM: Where our readers can find you and keep in touch with you? (Provide your Instagram, website, and Facebook page if any please)

SM: You can follow us across all platforms @Natnahair.

  1. Facebook
  2. Instagram
  3. Twitter
  4. TikTok
  5. YouTube
  6. Pinterest
  7. Website

Thank You

Content courtesy of Natna Natural Hair & NFH

L’Oréal Paris Launches in Kenya: Days After Rihanna’s Fenty Launched in Nairobi, a French Beauty Brand Debuts in Kenya 

L’Oréal Paris has officially entered the Kenyan market, expanding its reach in the beauty sector with the launch of a comprehensive range of products tailored exclusively for the Kenyan market.

Rising customer demand for luxury but affordable beauty and personal care products is driving the brand’s entry into Kenya, according to the company, which prides itself on being a pioneer in beauty science, Parisian, and a feminine brand that empowers women through its famous slogan “Because you’re worth it.”

“L’Oréal Paris provides quality, efficacy, and innovation to a market with a rising consumer base but a big number of potential consumers who are mostly untapped,” stated Serge Sacre, Managing Director of L’Oréal East Africa.

The brand has made its top-rated Revitalift Filler Range, which targets various skin types, available. The product was created to protect consumers’ skin from UV damage and fine wrinkles while also encouraging a healthy and young appearance.
L’Oréal is relying on its research and development center to generate products that cater to local tastes. L’Oréal spends 4% of its income on research & development at the moment.

Sacre noted that the business might grow from its current 30% penetration to a billion-dollar market in five years, up from its present estimated value of $200 million.
L’Oréal employs more than 85,400 people in 140 countries.

Sacre noted that the business might grow from its current 30% penetration to a billion-dollar market in five years, up from its present estimated value of $200 million.
L’Oréal employs more than 85,400 people in 140 countries.

According to a survey by research firm Grandsview, the global anti-aging products market, which was valued at $ 40.49 billion in 2020, is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.4 percent from 2021 to $ 60.26 billion by 2028.

Consumer awareness of age-related skin concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, and dullness, combined with a rising willingness to pay on products that help them proclaim their skin youthfulness, will boost market demand during the projection period, according to the research organization.

Experts from the sector, including scientists, dermatologists, distributors, and celebrities, gathered in Nairobi for the debut.

Content Courtesy of L’Oreal East Africa, Nice and Lovely East Africa & NHF

Fenty Africa: Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Exclusive Launch in Nairobi, Kenya

Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line debuted in Nairobi, Kenya, on Thursday, May 26, 2022, with a grand reveal and launch at The Social House, 154 James Gichuru Road, Lavington.

Nairobi’s finest influencers and celebrities attended the dazzling evening invite-only event, dressed to the nines. The room was buzzing with excitement as Kenya joined the exclusive club of the brand’s other eight African countries where it now officially retails.

Kenya’s top influencers, media personalities, celebrities, makeup artists, screen sirens, and Instagram heavyweights descended on the Social House to celebrate famed Bajan singer Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty soft launch, which was studded with all things beautiful, exquisite, lush, and posh.

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At 7 p.m., the celebs began to arrive, and the red carpet was a whirl of activity, with cameras flashing, bodies popping, and champagne flowing.

Janet Mbugua, Makena Njeri, Kendi Christine, Noni Muchiri, and Annette Gitau were among the many celebrities who attended the celebration, which continued until far past midnight.

Eugene Mbugua, a reality and documentary TV producer, as well as Crazy Kennar and Esther Kazungu, makers of internet entertainment, were among the other famous personalities.

Suzie Wokabi, a Kenyan beauty legend, and a slew of Instagram stars including Stephu Mulinge, Maureen Bandari, Yasmeen Saiedi, Joy Kendi, Shiksha Arora, and Lornzie Gatabaki were among the flashy audience.

The event, which included beautiful Fenty Beauty packages for all attendees, was also graced by seductive singer Nikita Kering, who put on a sizzling show as the guests fawned over her.

Nikita laid down a strong performance, topping it off with her huge single ‘Ex,’ dressed in a short newspaper-themed outfit and black designer thigh-high boots.

Fena Gitu and Kagwe Mungai, both musicians, attended the star-studded beauty pageant.

The gathering, known as the “Fenty Club,” was held to “celebrate the introduction of Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin in Kenya.”

The Social House meeting was also a totally private affair that would not be published on social media and would only be open to those who had been invited.

On Friday night, Fenty Beauty will formally launch in Kenya and Africa as a whole  with yet another glittering, all-star event at the Junction Mall.

Dr. Joyce Gikunda, founder of Lintons Beauty, also made an appearance and gave a lecture, dressed in an opulent Gele (Nigerian-style headwrap) and a flowing dark blue dress.
Lintons Beauty is Kenya’s official  and only  Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin retailer.

Content Courtesy of Capital Lifestyle Production & NFH 

 

Nikita Kering, A Singer, Will Be The Face Of The Fenty Beauty Campaign In Kenya.

Nikita Kering, a 20-year-old award-winning musician, has signed a deal with Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty cosmetics line. The ‘Ex’ hitmaker will be the face of Fenty’s ads, which will kick off on May 27th, 2022.
The model announced that she will be wearing Fenty products like ‘Killawat,’ a fluid, non-greasy solution that is lightweight and non-sticky, in a social media post.

Nikita will also promote the gloss bomb universal lip luminizer in eight hues, as well as the lightweight full frontal volume mascara.

She wrote in a Twitter post,

“It’s going to happen! This Friday, the 27th, @fentybeauty and @fentyskin will be here. I’m very excited to be kicking off our campaign in Kenya while wearing my Fenty favorites #glossbomb #killawat…”

The collaboration comes only days after Fenty Beauty announced that their products would be available in Africa. They wrote on their social media platform,

“Finally, the wait is over. We’re pulling up in AFRICA! Who’s up for it?! We’ve been putting in a lot of effort to make this happen. Starting May 27, we’ll be accessible at local stores in Nigeria, Kenya, Namibia, Botswana, Ghana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.”

Elsa Majimbo, a Kenyan comedienne, joined Fenty Beauty as a brand ambassador in 2020. Majimbo filmed videos of people wearing the brand’s eyewear.

Content Courtesy of Nikita Kering & NFH 

Lintons Beauty Will Exclusively Offer Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Products In Five Kenyan Outlets.

The luxurious Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin products created by global pop artist Rihanna will be sold in Kenya under an exclusive franchise agreement.

The Barbadian diva, who co-owns the company with LVMH, has selected Lintons Beauty to distribute its cosmetics collection.

The products will be accessible starting May 27, 2022, according to Lintons, which distributes additional high-end skincare, color cosmetics, and designer perfumes to the upper and middle classes.
The business has 28 locations in Kenya, Mombasa, and Kampala, Uganda, but only five of them will store Fenty items.
The retail prices for the new product lines, which will be available in seven other African nations, have yet to be announced by Lintons Beauty.

According to the Fenty Kenya website, goods like the Fenty symbol, and semi-matte refillable lipstick would cost Sh4,650, not including shipping and taxes.

Sun stalk’r eye bronzer and highlighter palette cost Sh7,000, while liquid killawatt fluid freestyle highlighter costs Sh4,100. KSh5,550 for a soft-matte powder foundation.
KSh3,350 for the longwear pencil eyeliner and KSh2,050 for the small mascara

Luxurious Labels
Rihanna’s premium cosmetics line will take the fight to other luxury brands vying for a slice of the country’s fast-growing multibillion-shilling cosmetics market pie.
Lintons already carries international skincare brands like Estée Lauder, Clinique, MAC, Clarins, Lancome, Chanel, and Dior.

Tom Ford, Issey Miyake, Bvlgari, Versace, Givenchy, Guerlain, Thierry Mugler, Yves Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Burberry are among the scent names represented.

In a previous interview with Business Daily, Winnie Mutegi, the Lintons’ marketing manager, said, “We have worked with worldwide companies and authorized distributors to provide unique items for our clients.”

The corporation had previously expressed confidence in the cosmetics industry’s ability to weather the epidemic this year.
Lintons’ Beauty is also looking forward to new product lines from Lancome and Dolce and Gabbana.

On the website, the Fenty perfume costs KSh20,300.
Rihanna’s cosmetics line is a market leader in inclusion, offering a wide range of products for 50 different skin tones, including dark hues, which were uncommon when it first launched in 2017.

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Fenty Africa: Rihanna Confirm Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin is Finally Coming to Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe

It’s finally arrived! Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin by Rihanna will soon be available in African countries!

On Tuesday, May 11th, 2022, the singer-turned-beauty mogul and soon-to-be mother revealed on Twitter that her beauty and skincare line would be launched in Africa that month.
Fenty Beauty debuted in the fall of 2017 and has been steadily expanding since then.

Millions of people around the world supported the line’s objective of creating cosmetics and skincare items for all skin tones.
With a follow-up post labeled “The wait is finally OVA!!,” the cosmetics line’s official Instagram account reaffirmed her post.

Rihanna took to social media to announce that her breakthrough cosmetic brand will finally be available in select African countries, much to the delight of make-up fans.

Beauty admirers have been pleading with the billionaire beauty and fashion tycoon to bring her popular Fenty Beauty to the African continent for years.
Fans of Rihanna’s beauty brands, Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin, will soon be able to purchase the items from the comfort of their own homes.

Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe are among the African countries that will be able to purchase Fenty products starting May 27.

Luxury cosmetics shop ARC and Edgars Beauty will sell the collection, Fans ecstatically flocked to Twitter to express their delight at finally being able to go in and buy the things instead of relying on friends who were traveling abroad to do so.
Fenty Beauty, which Rihanna, whose real name is Robyn Fenty, launched in 2017, was a game-changer since it featured 40 foundation colors that catered to all skin tones.

Rihanna claimed at the launch that she wanted the make-up line to be inclusive to all women and that they had worked on a wide range of traditionally difficult-to-match complexion tones, producing formulations that work for all skin types, and finding universal hues. The renowned foundation from the company is now available in 50 hues.

Fenty Beauty also sells lip products, eyeshadow, blush, and a variety of other cosmetics.
Fenty Skin, a skincare line, debuted in 2020 and proudly declared itself to be oil-free, vegan, and cruelty-free.

However, there was initially a controversy owing to the usage of fragrance, with one beauty care influencer claiming that using fragrance in the products caused her skin to break out in little red bumps all over her face.

Fenty Skin has since emerged as a favorite among many users, including guys. A$AP Rocky, Lil Nas X, and her fiance are all admirers.
Rocky, Halima Aden, and Paloma Elsesser starred in the campaign’s launch. Because she insisted that her new product be gender-neutral, she included men in the advertising.
“Taking care of your skin is taking care of yourself.” I’m attempting to instill a ritual in them. “It’s a three-step process,” she explained.

“We begin there since skincare can be quite complex. Because it might be perplexing, I wanted to start with something simple so that folks could get right to work.”
Fenty Beauty was named the most popular beauty brand in Africa earlier this year, Fenty Beauty was the most-searched-for brand on the continent, according to data by cosmetics education site Tajmeeli.com

Content courtesy of Fenty Beauty, Fenty Skin, IOL & NFH

International Cosmetics Brand Mac Has Collaborated With Local Artists To Develop Young Talent In Kenya

MAC Cosmetics takes pride in assisting emerging and renowned artists in furthering their careers. Stephanie Cherono, a Kenyan makeup artist, collaborated with MAC Cosmetics to host a Masterclass targeted at educating other aspiring makeup artists.

Stephanie Cherono was inspired by make-up and was mentored by MAC, where she perfected her skills and developed into the professional artist she is today.

MAC Cosmetics’ talent development program aims to:

  • Support local artists by providing them with platforms on which to develop their skills and share their knowledge.
  • Provide a venue for young Kenyans to develop their talents by allowing them to teach and learn about professional makeup applications to improve their skills.
  • Encourage people to use their makeup talents and applications in a way that is bold and free.

“Our masterclasses give you unparalleled access to the top talents in the industry. It’s a chance for the brand to inspire and engage with our customers as well as up-and-coming artists “Sheila Mwaura, Manager of Sub-Saharan Africa Retail Operations, says

MAC is a well-known international cosmetics brand.

MAC Cosmetics (stylized as MAC) is an American cosmetics company started by Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo in Toronto in 1984. After becoming a part of Estée Lauder Companies in 1996, the company relocated to New York City. Make-Up Art Cosmetics is an acronym for Make-Up Art.

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The Best New February Makeup Launches: M·A·C Re-Think Pink Reimagines The Tried And True Hue

The versatile collection includes four chic finishes including glosses, mattes, full-coverage finishes, and transparent washes. Express any and every flirty mood in their bestselling shades.

17 New Shades Join M·A·C Family Of Pink Lipstick Icons, The hue once known as pretty and playful gets an edgy, grown-up update. With Re-Think Pink, M·A·C puts a trendy lens on this enduring shade, reimagining the classic color to expand our existing wardrobe of rosy lipsticks.

“This incredibly diverse collection of pink-hued lipsticks offers a selection of textures and colors to express your every mood,” says Keri Blair, Senior National Artist. “Pink can be feminine, flirty, romantic and sweet or revved-up, intense and powerful. It can be a whisper of color or conversely add pow to your pucker!”

From glosses, mattes, and full-coverage finishes to transparent washes of color, Re-Think Pink cement the brand’s authority on pink shades for all. A combination of our icons and future heroes, each lipstick marries Artistry with individuality to deliver unparalleled tones, textures, finishes, payoff, and pigment.

 

“M·A·C offers a variety of wearable and versatile hues fit for everyone’s lips,” Blair confirms. “Powder Kiss Lipstick in Stay Curious and Lustreglass Sheer-Shine Lipstick in See Sheer will always be staples in any lip color wardrobe.

And soon, our heroes will be joined by a few new friends including Just Curious, an ultra-rich pink in our luxurious, ultra-creamy, full-bodied Amplified formula; and Forever Curious in our creamy, rich, no-shine Matte formula,” she continues. “There are no less than 35 supremely desirable shades within Re-Think Pink that reflect every personality.”

 

Lipstick
Amplified Lipstick
Spill The Tea | Warm Pinky Beige With Yellow Undertones
Do Not Disturb | Bright Pink With Yellow Undertones
Just Curious | Pinky Red
Just Wondering | Bright Raspberry With Yellow Undertones
So You | Mid-toned Pink With Blue Undertones
Lovers | Only Raspberry
Dallas | Bright Fuchsia

Matte Lipstick
Come Over | Beige-pink
Get The Hint? | Warm Rose
Ring The Alarm | Milky Pink-red
Sweet Deal | Mid-toned Beige-pink
Keep Dreaming | Deep Rose With Blue Undertones
Forever Curious | Pinky Red

Lustre Glass Sheer-shine Lipstick
Can You Tell? | Beige-pink With Subtle Pearlescent Particles
No Photos | Bright Coral-pink
Frienda | Mid-toned Coral
Oh, Goodie | Milky Orange-coral

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Follow M·A·C on Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest (@MACcosmetics), become a M·A·C fan on Facebook (facebook.com/maccosmetics), follow M·A·C on Instagram (instagram.com/maccosmetics), watch M·A·C videos on YouTube (youtube.com/maccosmetics). For a M·A·C location, visit maccosmetics.com.