Gender free makeup, pint glass for mistaken lyric lovers


Once called “Little Lord Flauntleroys” by Vanity Fair magazine, Harry and Peter Brant — the bon vivants of New York society — have another title: MAC collaborators. The Brant brothers, sons of supermodel Stephanie Seymour and mogul Peter Brant Sr., have once again curated a collection of MAC products for the face, brows, eyes and lips. The collection — intended to be unisex — includes lipstain markers ($21), eye shadow quads ($33), eye kohl ($17.50) brow gel creme ($16.50) and more. Packaging features the brothers’ signatures in matte black on glossy black. The collection is available June 2 at select MAC location and online at


Know someone who always messes up the lyrics to songs? Give them a Mistaken Lyric Pint Glass from The glasses include great lyrical mistakes such as Madonna “Like a virgin touched for the 31st time,” or Elton John “Hold me closer Tony Danza,” and Sir Mix-a-Lot “I like big butts and a can of limes.” The 16-ounce stainless steel tumblers cost $14.50.


Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Eye Pencils ($21 each) are a new collection of long-lasting eyeliners that go on smoothly and stay put through water, sweat and smudges brought on by the summer months. The liners come in 20 colors that allow you to create classic looks or be more creative. Get them now at, and Sephora stores.

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