[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] 27 years old! Not Dom, the senior MAC makeup artist behind the design of Viva Glam products this year, but Viva Glam itself. I know you know it anyway, but a quick review, Viva Glam is a charity of MAC, working with LGBTQIA+ to help organizations that support the health and rights of people of all ages, genders and races.
I like this-I think this is the best tube ever… It’s easy to make the cardboard packaging special, but I also like to see the extra effort on the tube. If you turn the lid (I didn’t do this in this photo, now I am rolling my eyes myself) the word love will appear, conveying the message of “love is love”, which is a message of pride.
The shade is 618-a deep brick red, if I hadn’t tried it specifically for this article, I would run a mile! Sometimes a swatch will not work. It is matte, which is not my preference, but the top lip balm :-).
I like MAC’s detailed description of what can be done to buy Viva Glam-to provide 2 homeless LGBTQ+ youths with meals throughout the day Either 5 newborns take drugs to prevent HIV transmission Either 14 HIV tests for pregnant women Either Provide 7 days of groceries for HIV-infected families Either 75 women and girls have acquired HIV prevention skills Either 254 condoms prevent the spread of HIV. Wow! Charities in the UK and Ireland receive the full RRP (minus VAT) from each sale.
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