“Everything and anything goes,” they say. “It’s just like my approach to fashion. One thing isn’t meant to be for a top. This fabric can be for boots, it can be for a hat. This eyeshadow is not for your eyes. This eyeshadow is for your collarbones; this eyeshadow is put up into your hairline and almost making a gold halo around your face.”
Yes, the collection touts an amazing nine-shade palette, aka Eye Shadow x 9: Fighting for the Beauty of Fluidity ($35), alongside an bronzed-brown, Harris Reed-approved Eye Kohl ($20). If Reed were to do Harry Styles’ makeup with it, they say they’d sweep Spark Conversation (bright gold) and Set Them Ablaze (rusty orange) onto his lids for a David Bowie- and Bob Dylan-inspired look to give his performances an extra dose of shimmer.
Personally, I’m looking forward to trying out the Cream Colour Base x 2: Embrace Your Duality palette ($33). Its pans of rose and foiled gold in creamy formulas exemplify the versatility of the line. I want to bathe my whole face in the metallic hue. And I won’t even have to pull out any fancy tools to make it happen.
“What I love about makeup is the fact that I can’t change my clothes throughout the day, but I can change my makeup look with the touch of a finger,” Reed says. “It really allows me to almost have different looks, different personas within the day, all literally through something that fits in your pocket.”
You can explore the whole boundary-less MAC x Harris Reed collection, starting February 19, on maccosmetics.com.
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