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Archie’s GIRLS - The rivalry continues!

Saturday, December 15, 2012    

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Female fans of Archie comics have wondered at some point in their lives, “Am I more like Betty or Veronica?” Well, the geniuses behind MAC cosmetics recently launched a line to put an end to the age-old question. The limited-edition Archie's Girls collection features products with fun colours and hearts inspired by the iconic blonde and brunette who constantly fought to win the heart of Archie, star of the renowned comic book series. Here is how you can get the looks…

Channelling Betty Cooper

The Girl-Next-Door Blonde

The Betty Cooper line incorporates shades of pink, coral, peach and plum which reflect Cooper's bubbly and loveable personality.

Eyes:

Black Swan (black with gold pearl) eyeliner, the Caramel Sundae eyeshadow palette and the Optimum Black opulash mascara.

Cheeks:

Cream Soda Light neutral coral satin powder blush.

Face:

Flatter Me Pearlmatte face powder.

Lips:

Girl Next Door lipstick (vivid blue pink) and Stay Sweet lipgloss (light lavender pink).

Cheeks:

Cream Soda Light neutral coral satin powder blush.

Channelling Veronica Lodge

The Vivacious, Spoiled, Rich Brunette

The Veronica line is sultrier and features darker make-up. Think plums, navy and black.

Face:

Veronica's Blush Pearlmatte face powder.

Lips:

Ronnie Red bright red lipstick and Strawberry Malt lipgloss.

Eyes:

Petrol Blue pearlglide intense eyeliner, Bad, Bad, Black (saturated with intense black with extra volumisation) opulash mascara and Spoiled Rich eyeshadow palette.

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