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Ellie Goulding's MAC Cosmetics collaboration debuts

Published 03/12/2015

Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding has produced a 19-piece range of cosmetics with MAC.

Ellie Goulding fans have been offered a preview of the singer's exciting new collaboration with MAC Cosmetics.

The British star announced she was joining forces with the acclaimed make-up brand in June (15), and on Tuesday (02Dec15), her supporters were given a first look at the 19-piece collection.

The range includes everything a person would need to recreate Ellie's two key looks: natural day and glam night.

As well as two different types of mascara, the line also includes a set of full false eyelashes and a set of individual lashes, not to mention an array of lipsticks, glosses and chubby pencils.

Eye and cheek compacts come in a variety of shades including pinks, neutrals and bronze.

The full range will be released just in time for Christmas with an online launch date of 14 December (15) and an in-store date of 17 December. They will be available until 15 January (16).

The 28-year-old couldn't contain her excitement when it came to sharing the news with her fans in June, taking to social media to make the announcement.

"Oi oi SO excited to finally share what I've been working on with @MACcosmetics!!! #MACEllieGoulding drops in Dec/Jan! (sic)," she wrote on Instagram, in a caption attached to a glamorous picture of her, with the words 'MAC Ellie Goulding' affixed in pink on the photograph.

Ellie has spoken in the past about her love of cosmetics, telling InStyle: "I have so much make-up, but I still buy something new almost every day.

"I always carry a Chanel blusher, Viktor & Rolf's Flowerbomb perfume and some eyelash curlers, which never fail to brighten up my eyes without me needing to add any mascara."

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