Comme Des Garcons Tattoo

Comme Des Garcons Tattoo Makeup Collection

It’s no secret that Japanese label Comme des Garcons has a storied history within the fashion world, but they’ve gone a step further and teamed up with MAC to create a limited edition makeup kit that pays tribute to the iconic tattoo. The products are inspired by the Japanese brand’s illustrious owner, Rei Kawakubo, who’s a fan of all things Japanese, including tattoos. A seven-piece kit is available online or at their brick and mortar store on Rue du Faubourg St-Honore. The collection is a nod to the fashion house’s penchant for figurative pieces, and includes a slew of skincare and makeup items that are worthy of being called a cult classic.

The collection has a number of standout products, including a limited-edition skull print tattoo set, the aforementioned M.A.C. x Comme des Garcons makeup kit and a couple of MAC eyeliners. In fact, they’re so good that even the packaging is a work of art. The set itself is made up of three pencils (a red, black, and purple one, for goodness sake) and a few slick black and white liquid liners. Despite the hefty price tag, the set is well worth the cash.

One of the best features of the MAC x Comme Des Garcons makeup collection is that the products are reusable. They come in two different types of packaging, including a slick black and white reusable tube and a glossy red box that will keep the contents of the makeup kit fresh for a few months. Those looking for something a little more compact should consider MAC’s brushstroke 24-hour waterproof liner in point black. The best part is, they’re all made in Japan. You can pick up this limited-edition kit at MAC and Comme des Garcons stores in Paris, London, and Tokyo.

The Commes Des Garcons X MAC make-up collection is comprised of the aforementioned skull print tattoo sets, three pencils, a pair of black eyeliners, a smudge-proof liquid liners, and the aforementioned MAC x Comme des Garcons cult classic, the Liquidlast 24-hour waterproof liner in Point Black. All of the products are made in Japan, so you’re sure to get a product that’s at least as good as what you’d find on a high-end department store’s shelves.

The Commes Des Garcons FW 2015 menswear line recently walked the runway at the Paris Men’s Fashion Week. This is the first time that the Japanese fashion house has rolled out a full men’s collection, and it is also the first time that they’ve partnered with MAC to release a limited-edition kit. Despite the name, the two brands have collaborated on a variety of products in the past, and the aforementioned MAC X Comme des Garcons make-up collection is just the latest.

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