M∙A∙C Venomous Villains exhibit to premiere at South Coast Plaza

M∙A∙C will celebrate the launch of its Venomous Villains Collection in an exclusive exhibit at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif., October 1-3

Sometimes there are just days when you need to put the Evil Queen face on to make it through a tough day. Now M∙A∙C cosmetics is taking that a few steps further and giving you the palette to channel her right in front of your own…well…mirror, mirror on the wall…with their new Venomous Villains collection.

The cosmetics company known for its audacious spirit and hot hues has teamed up with Disney to launch a fiendishly fun

MAC Venomous Villains

collection inspired by four of Disney’s most glamorously depraved villains: Cruella de Vil, Evil Queen, Maleficent and Dr. Facilier. (Hey, not all evil queens are women!)

To celebrate the launch of the clever collection, M∙A∙C is debuting an exclusive Venomous Villains exhibit at chic shopping destination South Coast Plaza in Orange County, from October 1 through 3. (The shopping center also fittingly has daily shuttle service to the Magic Kingdom, should you want a Maleficient makeover before heading to the theme park). This North American premiere of the exhibit kicks off a weeklong program of fall fashion at South Coast Plaza, featuring runway shows, exclusive events and shopping.

The three-day M∙A∙C event will feature complimentary makeup applications under the direction of M∙A∙C Senior Artist Jennifer Karsten, costume styling and photos of the completed look, inspired by your favorite character. You can upload your photo to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. The photos will also be displayed on plasma screens during the event. Maniacal cackling is optional.

October 1-3
South Coast Plaza
Jewel Court
3333 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Visit: www.southcoastplaza.com for more information

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