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'Mad Men' Colors Out Now

April 4, 2013

• In an exclusive partnership with the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning AMC drama “Mad Men,” Estée Lauder will introduce its second collection featuring three limited edition makeup classics. The first Estée Lauder Mad Men Collection debuted in March 2012, timed with the premiere of season five, and the latest collection launched last month prior to the premiere of season six on April 7.

The new collection features three products inspired by the late 1960s beauty look portrayed by the leading ladies in the upcoming sixth season of the cable show. Products range from a See Thru Blush in Light Show ($50) to a Nail Lacquer in Pink Paisley ($24) that puts a glistening pink finish on finger tips.

The Estée Lauder Mad Men Collection Rich, Rich Lipstick in Pinkadelic ($30) is encased in a fluted golden case with a leather-like gold pouch in a drawer-like box, a replica from the Estée Lauder archives.


Bright hues dominate in eyes, lips and nails this season.
More info:
www.esteelauder.com
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