Just when you thought MAC Cosmetics couldn’t get any better than their latest and greatest MAC x Selena, they’ve somehow gone above and beyond with another impressive collection. The major beauty brand has just announced their upcoming collection, MAC x Helmut Newton, inspired by the renowned fashion photographer, and it’s incredible.
Newton is the photographer who seemingly shot it all, most known for his work during the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s. Newton’s sensual images became iconic, and this collection completely channels the classic look fashion fans and beauty lovers obsess over. You’ll be seeing bold red lips, black liners, and neutral eyeshadows — everything you could need for that sultry, moody, Hollywood glam look.
This limited-edition collection has clean, glossy packaging which also features a collection of the most timeless photographs that Newton shot for the fashion world in his famous aesthetic. Inside this collection you’ll find lip colors to create the perfect red lip, or have that wine-stained tint, an eyeshadow palette with dark browns for the classic smoky eye, and nail polishes to complete the look.
Ready to get your hands on this to add to your endless collection? You don’t have to wait too long, since this collection is going to be online Oct. 27. After that, you can get it in stores from Nov 3. to Dec. 15.
Helmut Newton’s photographs evoke sexuality, which encourages women empowerment, and who doesn’t love that?
This is the perfect red lip to create the old Hollywood look.
If you’re looking for something bright, but not too bright, this is the shade for you.
For a pout with wind-stained lips, use this shade.
The fashion photographer was also known for his black and white aesthetic.
Achieve his simple look with white nails.
If white isn’t your color, just match your nails to your lips with this lacquer.
Or better yet, mix and match with these dark shades of reds.
The collection also includes beautiful black mascara and eyeliner to finish off your sultry eyes.
This collection is essentially for anyone who wants to capture the look that Newton did with each of his models.