If Beth Ditto wasn’t a world renowned singer, she’d be a makeup artist. And with the launch of her first collaboration with M.A.C. Cosmetics, Beth is living all of her dreams: singer, artist, and growing fashion icon.
“I remember drawing on the Madonna mole over and over again.”
Beth Ditto, passionate provocateur of music and style, has collaborated with M∙A∙C Cosmetics on a colour collection with shades ranging from tender to tart. The limited edition, candy-glossed, pop art inspired makeup mixes with Beth Ditto’s polished punk sensibility.
The collection is just another aspect of Beth Ditto’s growing personal profile. In 2009, she was the nude cover model for the premiere of Love magazine, a major feat for someone who doesn’t fit within the size zero profile designated to magazine covers. She also had a fashion collection launch in the UK that same year, and in 2010, she walked the runway at the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2011 collection at Paris Fashion Week.
Our picks for South Asian beauty looks: The double-sided eye liner gives you a bigger bang for your dollar (retails $18.50 US). We love the Shade & Smoke liner and the Zoom lash in Blue Zoom – use both to create an 80s inspired pop look. Ditch the blue shadow for neutral shades and focus on using the blue and grey liner to highlight your brown eyes. Trust us, blue and brown are a match made in makeup heaven.
Channel your inner punk princess with this limited edition collection by Beth Ditto, including shadows, liners, powders and lip colours. Buy it online or at select MAC Cosmetics shops across the world.