The fabulous mother-daughter duo of Sharon and Kelly Osbourne come to M•A•C with a two-part collection of statement-making hues for eyes, lips, face and nails. In signature packaging–red for Sharon, violet for Kelly, nudes predominate Sharon’s collection, while more vibrant shades make up Kelly’s. Each woman has a strong beauty point of view to convey.

Both of the Sharon and Kelly Osbourne Collections feature an eyeshadow X4, Powder Blush, Lipglass, Lipstick and various ancillary products, such as a Jumbo Penultimate Eye Liner or Patentpolish Pencils (Sharon).  I thought I would present my favorites from each of the collections, because I think each has some pretty amazing products.

Kelly Osbourne Bloody Brilliant Eyeshadow quad

Kelly ‘Bloody Brilliant’ Eye Shadow X4 ($44) with shades including Tickety Boo (a soft muted plum brown with satin finish), Fizzy Rose (a pale lilac with satin finish, Spoonful of Sugar (a sparkling platinum with veluxe pearl finish) and Shadowy Lady (a blackened plum with matte finish). This is a seasonless palette that can be worn year around. Love!

Sharon Osbourne Duchess Eyeshadow quad

Sharon ‘Duchess’ Eye Shadow X4 ($44) with shades including Femme Fatale (golden brown with a satin finish), Embark (dark reddish-brown with a matte finish), Sexy Eyes (soft warm bronze with a veluxe pearl finish) and Sweet Eyes (light golden nude with a veluxe pearl finish). If nude eyeshadows are your thing, this is a beautifully coordinated quad.


Kelly Penultimate Jumbo Eye Liner ($22) is perfect if you love a felt eyeliner with a little heft behind it. This jumbo eyeliner (in RapidBlack) is one I tried, and I find the larger size is actually a little easier for me to control. Designed to give a thicker line, a little practice with the point pressure will also make a thinner line possible.


I couldn’t have been more excited to see the Sharon Ruby Patentpolish Lip Pencils ($21.50). I was hoping Patentpolish Lip Pencils would return and four limited-edition shades are available in this collection. I tried the Innocent shade, which is a nude beige shade, which was available in the original collection (review).  Also available are Patentpink (washed out lilac), Ruby (new, mid-tone rose) and French Kiss (new, warm caramel). Love these!


I also happen to love each of the Powder Blushes ($22) in this collection: Kelly’s is Cheeky Bugger (peach brown satin) and Sharon’s is Peaches & Cream (mid-tone rose satin). I received each shade to try and you can’t go wrong with either, or both!


Overall, I really like the M•A•C Osbournes Collection; I think the products were curated with each Kelly and Sharon staying true to their beauty philosophies.  The M•A•C Sharon and Kelly Osbourne Collection is available now at all M•A•C locations, including Nordstrom and I’d love to know if you’re picking anything up; let me know in the comments!


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