MAC’s Making Perfume Inspired By Their Most Famous Lipsticks
The cosmetic company is rolling out a line of scents that supposedly smell like the color. We're intrigued!
Published Nov 16, 2016 2:00 AM
For all of us who have a crush on color, MAC Cosmetics recently announced the launch of a perfume line inspired by some of their most iconic lipsticks. Using the idea of synaesthesia, the cosmetic company has imagined what it’s like to literally smell the hues we’ve grown to love.
If you’re a loyal MAC lipstick fan, you’ll recognize the names of the scents–they correspond to some of their most popular, iconic, best-selling hues: Ruby Woo, Crème d’Nude, Candy Yum Yum, My Heroine, and Lady Danger.
The Shadescents collection will be available November 30 via MACCosmetics.com and in-stores December 8.