Exclusive: Marc Jacobs Reveals Exciting Information About His New Makeup Collection to Grazia Daily

Exclusive: Marc Jacobs Reveals Exciting Information About His New Makeup Collection to Grazia Daily

If ever there was something to make a Friday morning even better, it might just be this- a Grazia Daily exclusive from Marc Jacobs himself revealing exciting details about his new makeup line!

When we heard that MJ would be delving into the world of beauty we were beyond thrilled- we’ve loved every one of his ten fragrances to date and just know his foray into makeup is going to be equally amazing. However, up till now, it’s all been pretty top secret, which, if we’re honest, has left us a bit in the lurch to say the least. Well, panic over ladies, as Marc Jacobs has revealed some exciting deets on his name collection exclusively for Grazia Daily!

Exclusive: Marc Jacobs Reveals Exciting Information About His New Makeup Collection to Grazia Daily

Fingers crossed for Marc Jacobs lipsticks and blushers that will make you look this peachy!

MJ said, “I am beyond excited for the launch of Marc Jacobs Beauty. The packaging is so seductive, so cool. The colours are gorgeous and inspiring and the formulas and textures invite you to ‘make-up.”

Any clues on what will be on offer within the collection? Mr Jacobs continued, “The Magic Marker Precision Pen Eye Liner is the deepest, glossiest, blackest black on the market and the Style Eye-Con No.7 palettes are each and all perfect for creating the character one feels like showing the world on any given day or night.”

The makeup line will be produced by cosmetics power-house Sephora although no launch date has been set. We wait with bated breath.



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