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Makeup Legend ​Pat McGrath Brings Max Factor Back to America

The beauty guru revives the legendary drugstore makeup brand.

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Makeup Legend ​Pat McGrath Brings Max Factor Back to America

The beauty guru revives the legendary drugstore makeup brand.

Makeup legend Pat McGrath has recently brought drugstore cult makeup brand Max Factor back to the US, after the company’s departure from the country several years ago. As Max Factor’s creative design director, McGrath has created an exclusive capsule collection inspired by the brand’s Old Hollywood heritage. The limited edition makeup range includes a mascara, a liquid eye liner, as well as two options of nude lipsticks. “We specifically curated a collection of glamour essentials that would offer a fresh, modern twist on an iconic look—a sexy cat eye with a pop of a nude or rose-colored lipstick,” explains McGrath. “The cat eye is so iconic and can be reinvented in so many different ways and the lipsticks in both nude and rose color add the perfect final touch.”

Retailing at $13.99 USD for all the products, you can now shop the special makeup collection online while stock lasts.

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