Patrick Starrr X MAC



YouTube wonder Patrick Starrr has a new makeup collaboration with MAC available on Dec. 14. For Starrr, whose real name is Patrick Simondac, the collaboration is particularly meaningful, since he started his career at the MAC counter in Orlando where he learned many of the techniques he would use in his videos. He spent a year working on the products and was reportedly involved in every aspect of development. The limited-edition holiday offerings include 12 items — three shades each of lipstick ($17 each), Lipglass ($17.50 each) and lip pencil ($17.50 each); two eye shadow quads ($32 each), and a colorless, ultra fine setting powder called Patrick’s Powder ($34 each). Visit MAC counters or shop online at


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