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The collection reflects the brand’s modern-vintage aesthetic, and is inspired by a “good-girl-gone-bad” theme.
This is not the first time teaming up with MAC for designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais. Back in 2009, the designing duo collaborated with MAC to create a limited edition red lipstick for their fall show. The color was so popular that it sold out the instant it released and became their signature color. Two years later, they released the lipstick again with some nails to match.
The collection features ready-made manicures of 24 pre-glued nails in assorted sizes that come in their signature red, gold-tipped square nails, demure black and créme ovals, and a gothic French manicure in a talon shape.
The crescents on the nails are inspired by the phase of the moon—which is a nice step away from the typical French tips.
The nails feature an adhesive that will make life easier as you can just peel and press on. Removing is easy too, as it won’t damage your nails.
The lipsticks come in three bold shades of Ruffian Naked, which is a creamy beige, Ruffian Gold, a 24-carat metallic, and of course, Ruffian Red.
In addition to adding beauty to their fashion repertoire, designers Brain Wolk and Claude Morais, have achieved artistry immortality by having their signature Ruffian Red added on the color spectrum.
The M.A.C. Ruffian Collection retails for $18 for lipsticks and $30 for nail sets and is currently available here.