Canadian singer Kiesza is launching a collection with M.A.C Cosmetics. Image by: ELLE Canada
Canadian beauty giant M.A.C Cosmetics has teamed up with Canadian musician Kiesza for a four-piece makeup collection. Two of the products, Big Brow Pencil in Cork and Liquidlast Liner in Point Black, are the singer's longtime favourite from the brand. The lip products, a Vamplify Lip Gloss and lipstick, are both '90s-esque "vampy brown" shades – a throwback to the era when the company began it's meteoric rise – and feature prominently in her new work. "My passion for music translated well into my makeup collaboration," explains the Calgary-born artist. "So much so that my Lipstick in Dearly Beloved is also the name of my new single and I’m wearing the shade in my new music video."
The campaign image for Kiesza's namesake collection with M.A.C Cosmetics. Image by: M.A.C Cosmetics
"Makeup serves the same purpose as fashion to me," says Kiesza. "It's a form of expression that allows me to display externally, what I'm feeling beneath the surface. It's like an extension of my personality. My face and body become the canvas as I turn myself into my own ever-changing works of art. As I wander through each day, the world is my gallery."
The collection launches in-store a month today, on February 9th.
Kate, Wills and Harry were all together for a public engagement today, and well, the press pack who covers the royal family were not impressed.
The trio were out and about in London today (Kate in a new Erdem dress, FYI) to lend support to the HeadsTogether campagin, a mental health advocacy cause they've had a history of championing together.
On this occasion, however, none of the Windsor crew bothered to acknowledge the group of journalists who make a profession out of covering them, causing The Daily Express's royal reporter, Richard Palmer, to send this series of tweets:
My phone died just as William, Kate and Harry arrived at the ICA. William noticeably blanked us all from two feet away. Charming. 😂— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017
The three royal leave and one cheeky photographer shouts: "Bye!" No reply. pic.twitter.com/JtNP4qstof— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017
The royal press pack has decided that part of having a national conversation about mental health should involve saying hello to people.— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017
Don't know your TFSA from your RRSP? Confused about whether you should save or pay back your debt? Trying to save for the future but feel like you never have anything left over after your bills, bills, bills?
Us too. Which is why we turned to finance expert and Amex spokesperson Rubina Ahmed-Haq for a little personal finance question-and-answer session.
Source: Michael Kors
Who knew Kate Hudson & Michael Kors were low-key BFFs?
In the third episode of Michael Kors’ Glamour Games series (previous participants on the game-show style vid included Lily Aldridge and Gigi Hadid), the duo challenged each other to guess their favourite things – and did insanely well. How well? Kate guessed the designer's favourite Sex and the City character and his fave rom-com without a single hint.
The pair was all laughs through the whole thing, and we're so here for this fashionable friendship.
Watch the super cute video here, and try not to smile: