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Mariah Carey launches second Christmas collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

Published 16/11/2016

Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey

The singer has already started celebrating the holidays.

Mariah Carey has created a second holiday-themed make-up collection for MAC Cosmetics.

The Christmas-loving singer tasted success with her 2015 MAC partnership that featured her frosted champagne shimmer lipstick, and now she has crafted a new line for fans looking to get festive over the holidays.

In a new teaser for the collection, Carey lounged on a sofa covered with snowflakes.

The new glitter-based line includes an eye shade brush, false eyelashes, four shades of lip gloss, and five shades of lipstick.

#MACMariahCarey launches online on 8 December (16) and will be available in stores from 15 December (16) for a limited period.

Meanwhile, Mariah kicked off the holidays a little early over the weekend (13Nov16) by sharing a photo of a Santa visit to her kids.

The All I Want for Christmas singer and her twins Moroccan and Monroe posed for a gleeful snap with St. Nick wearing their festive pyjamas and the star posted the snap online on Sunday, adding the caption: "Tis the season (early)."

She also performed at the unveiling of Hudson's Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue's Christmas window in Toronto, Canada last week (03Nov16).

The mother-of-two wowed in a hot pink Anna Maier gown as she belted out All I Want For Christmas to a crowd of thousands, before a fireworks display concluded the evening.

The singer was recently unveiled as the headliner for VH1's upcoming Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night TV event on 2 December (16), where she'll join her godmother, soul legend Patti LaBelle.

The festive gig will take place at the Kings Theatre in New York and air on VH1 in America on 5 December (16).

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