Lisa, MAC Cosmetics unveil K-pop idol’s 1st collection

BLACKPINK main dancer and MAC Cosmetics global brand ambassador Lisa has designed her very first M·A·C collection, which even includes paw-printed pigments named after her beloved cats. Image credit: MAC Cosmetics
Image credit: MAC Cosmetics

BLACKPINK main dancer and MAC Cosmetics global brand ambassador Lisa has designed her very first M·A·C collection, which even includes paw-printed pigments named after her beloved cats.

“I’ve been a big fan of M·A·C products for a long, long time, so I was so happy to be the global muse. It’s an honor to be able to launch the first global beauty collection with M·A·C under my name,” Lisa said in her video that premiered Nov. 10 on the MAC Cosmetics official YouTube channel.

Designed by Lisa

The video starts by counting down from 27, which is a signature number of Lisa, who was born on March 27, 1997. The Thai rapper, singer and dancer designed her first M·A·C collection inside and out, making this a truly personal collaboration.

“My favorite colors are purple and yellow, so I added my favorite colors into the package design for this collaboration product. For this special product, I added glitter into the purple base and used yellow for the logo as a point,” Lisa said.

“I added something special into the collaboration collection by using the names of my beloved cats. You should look it up on my Eye Shadow and stickers later,” she added.

Last year, Lisa became the first female K-pop idol to become a global brand ambassador for MAC Cosmetics.

Apart from being the main dancer, lead rapper, and maknae (youngest member) of the popular K-pop girl group BLACKPINK, Lisa also became the latest member to have her solo debut. She launched her solo debut album “LALISA” on Sept. 10 and went on to break many records, including the highest first-week sales by a female artist on South Korea’s Hanteo Chart.

She also set two Guinness World Records with her “Lalisa” music video on YouTube, including smashing Taylor Swift’s record for most viewed YouTube music video by a solo artist in 24 hours.

Lisa has also become the first female K-pop soloist to chart a song for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, accomplishing this feat with her B-side track, “Money“.

Author: Joey Alarilla
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