MAC x Teyana Taylor Assortment for July 2020
She’s probably the most versatile entertainers of her technology. An R&B celebrity. Dancer. Choreographer. Actress. Mannequin. Mom. Health aficionado. Songwriter. Producer. Director. And now, M·A·C collaborator. Unstoppable drive Teyana Taylor channels her creativity, energy and sense of goal into Spring 2020’s most hotly anticipated makeuplaunch.
The collaboration got here naturally. Taylor embodies artistry boldly, initially and with out boundaries, tapping into the guts of M·A·C. She’s additionally a longtime advocate for the LGBTQIA+ neighborhood, which she credit with embracing her firstly of her profession. And lengthy earlier than her stardom, Taylor was an avid fan of M·A·C. Beginning at age 15, she started mixing, matching and enjoying with M·A·C merchandise to develop her personal bespoke finishes, colors and textures.
That love for experimentation is on the core of M·A·C Teyana Taylor. The gathering takes a refreshing strategy to magnificence – encouraging Taylor’s followers to create their very own model of her type and vibe quite than copy seems. M·A·C Artists advocate mixing and remixing the shades every of Lipstick, Lipglass and Lip Pencil for customized seems on each skintone. Put on them alone, mix or layer in tribute to Teyana’s sense of artistic journey.
“Type, confidence and flexibility as an artist are just some of her superpowers,” says New York Primarily based Senior Nationwide Artist Fatima Thomas, who has labored with Taylor. “They’re translated into this assortment, with lip treats for each type temper.” These chameleonic skills are plain within the video for Taylor’s 2019 hit, ‘How You Need It,’ showcasing deep candies and caramel nudes on lips.
Thomas picks up on the vibe: “My fave combo is Lip Pencil in Hodgepodge and Lipstick in I Acquired A Man, topped with Lipglass in However Ain’t Acquired No Manners,” she says. However Mineralize Skinfinish, Taylor’s self-confessed favorite product, could be the star of this present. All of it comes housed in electrically brilliant neon packaging –a mirrored image of her signature out-there type and a nod to the 90s, channeling the artwork and soul of this Harlem native.