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If you have been impatiently awaiting the arrival of Proenza Schouler's debut makeup line since MAC released their coy announcement all the way back in October, we've got some good news. No, make that stupendous news. The entire collection is here in its California-cool-girl glory, and, as expected, it's full of makeup shades that are more gorgeous than we thought possible.
From a duo of acid-bright Ombré Blushes to the dead-on lipstick shades (if you haven't found your rorange yet, Mangrove is about to rock your world), the collection mixes vibrant colors and clean neutrals with a city-smart effortlessness that perfectly reflects the aesthetic PS designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are famous for. (We're definitely seeing some shades from their spring '13 collection here.) And, can we talk about that packaging? The spring-sunset watercolor compacts are almost too gorgeous to use — emphasis on almost.
The collection is available for purchase at MAC stores and online beginning April 24 — so, we suggest that you get your credit cards ready, as these pretties are bound to be gone in a flash. Click through to check out/drool over every single shade. And, of course, tell us which picks you'll be snapping up first!
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