If you own a Lady Danger, Ruby Woo, My Heroine, Candy Yum-Yum, Velvet Teddy, or Creme d’Nude MAC lipstick and love it, then boo-thang, best believe that you are part of the inspiration and reason behind these new Shadescents’ existence. Now, you can match your lipstick with a scent.
Are you wondering what you can expect from each of these fragrances before you put your ‘coint’ into use? Girl, I got your back. Below is exactly the kind of smell and feel MAC is promising from each one.
Classification: Amber Musk
Key Note: Velvet Musk
Shade Description: A scent capturing the vibrant sexiness of clean, radiant, glowing skin through a cocoon of velvet musk.
Classification: Oriental Amber
Key Note: Wild Honey
A silky-smooth current of wild honey and creamy musk runs through this oriental fragrance.
Classification: Fruity Floral Gourmand
Key Note: Exotic Pink Guava
A flirty fragrance with electric fruits, like pink guava at the heart.
Classification: Woody Floriental
Key Note: Golden Patchouli
A dramatic, sexy and powerful fragrance, that makes a head-turning entrance with a burst of golden patchouli.
Classification: Woody Floral
Key Note: Deep Red Leather
An arresting rouge-red fragrance featuring a sultry deep red leather note that commands attention
Classification: Woody Leather
Key Note: Cordovan Leather
An intoxicating and totally unexpected fragrance composed of rich and primal Cordovan leather.
The value of each fragrance is R795.00 and the matching lipstick is R240.00. It you’ve got the money to spend on what promises to be a great experience, why not?
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