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Sharon and Kelly Osbourne Launch Collection With MAC

The limited-edition color collection, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, features a bold array of formulations.

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ALL IN THE FAMILY: “The first thing Kelly stole from me was a lipstick,” said Sharon Osbourne at the launch in London of the MAC Cosmetics makeup line she created with her daughter Kelly. “In one of our bedrooms in our house, we had striped wallpaper, so Kelly decided to use the lipstick to add another stripe,” said Osbourne during the event on the store’s third floor on Monday. The younger Osbourne admitted that she still has that very same lipstick — and she also shared some wise words from her mother. “The best tip my mom taught me is that beauty comes from the inside,” she said.

“You have to love yourself and be comfortable with yourself. And when you can’t accept yourself for who you are, no matter how hard you try — I tried real hard — you’re never going to wake up and be anyone else. Beauty comes from within, and you have to be confident. When you are confident, it becomes infectious. That’s something my mother has always instilled in me.”

Clearly, a little makeup always helps, too.

The limited-edition color collection, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, features a bold array of formulations. Sharon’s 13-piece component includes products that focus on contouring while Kelly’s part of the collection includes a Cheeky Bugger powder blush, a Spoonful of Sugar eye shadow quad, and a Kelly Yum-Yum bright lipstick that she based on her own MAC favorite, Candy Yum Yum.

Prices range from 13 pounds, or $21, for a lip pencil to 37 pounds, or $62, for a flat buffer brush. The line will be available starting today at all MAC locations and on maccosmetics.co.uk.

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