MAC By Request Collection for Fall 2012

MAC By Request Collection for Fall 2012

Available online only August 2012 (North America) and Fall 2012 (International)

MAC fans are to vote for their favorite shades starting March 12 on Facebook. 18 popular lipsticks, lipglasses and eye shadows have been selected from past collections; the three shades with the most votes from each category will come back as an online exclusive, limited edition collection. Voting opens to all Facebook fans March 12 -30.

I love that MAC is embracing technology and collaboration with their fanbase through this collection. I wish we’d been able to select the semi-finalists, but I’m happy that we get any choice at all in which shades to bring back. I highlighted my choices in pink – what will you vote for?


  • 3N as seen in N Collection (January 2008)
  • Candy Yum Yum as seen in Quite Cute (April 2011)
  • Eden Rocks as seen in Eden Rocks (May 2001)
  • Moxie as seen in Retro Matte Lipsticks (September 1999)
  • Rocker as seen in Time Rocker (Fall 1999)
  • Shitaki as seen in Cuisine (March 2001)


  • 2N as seen in N Collection (January 2008)
  • Bait as seen in Lure (June 2006)
  • Cult of Cherry as seen in Cult of Cherry (September 2008)
  • Emancipation as seen in Wonder Woman (February 2011)
  • Flash of Flesh as seen in M•A•C D’Bohemia (May 2005)
  • Icescape as seen in Love Lace (December 2009)

Eye Shadow

  • Cool Heat as seen in Cool Heat – June 2008
  • Guacamole as seen in Salsabelle (May 2005)
  • Heavenly Bliss as seen in Eden Rocks (May 2001)
  • Jeté as seen in Danse (January 2006)
  • Moth Brown as seen in Madame B. (March 2005)
  • Solar White as seen in Cool Heat (June 2008)

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2 Responses to MAC By Request Collection for Fall 2012

  1. Madison Taylor March 23, 2012 at 12.33 am #

    I always find it so exciting when the new colors come out. going through these votes gives me that same kind of feeling. Pretty cool campaign. Thanks for sharing. I lost a good ten minutes. = )

    • Katie March 29, 2012 at 12.47 pm #

      I agree! Glad to see brands embracing technology and customer input :)

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