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MAC By Request is Back

July 10, 2013

Second year of customer feedback program.

What’s old is new again, and the most beloved shades from the 90s and 2000s have returned for an encore performance.
M·A·C is bringing back highly-requested, retro-classic, long-lost lipsticks and eye shadows. Starting today, M•A•C By Request gives you the chance to determine which shades will make an exciting return.

Vote on which products are a must in your makeup kit. The top six shades (three lipsticks and three shadows) chosen by fans will be available for purchase in Spring 2014.
 
Voting opens to the Facebook community now through July 21. The collection will be available online in Spring 2014.
 
Do you have a favorite shade or two? Start your own campaign. Make your voice heard and tweet your top picks, using #MACBYREQUEST. @HappiMagazine made a suggestion!
 
More info: www.maccosmetics.com/macbyrequest
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