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Mini me
Date: 27 september 2018

Whether you’re testing out a new product, want multiples of an old favourite or want to comply with air travel regulations—there’s more than one reason to cheer the release of our favourite Little M.A.C goodies - By Parizaad Khan Sethi

M.A.C Strobe Cream / Little M.A.C
We have multiples of this dew bomb stashed everywhere. Tap it onto cheekbones and temples, browbones and eyelids, over or under makeup; it works a treat even if you’re wearing none. When you’re wearing this, it’s hard not to believe Rihanna didn’t write the line “We're beautiful like diamonds in the sky” for you.
In Extreme Dimension Lash Mascara
Could this be our favourite mascara? We’ll never tell, but you can be sure we’re not going anywhere without it. It’s such an all-rounder that it curls, separates and pumps lashes up sky high. AND, there are colours!
M.A.C Prep + Prime Fix+ / Little M.A.C
We’re trying to think of a scenario where we wouldn’t need this mini. There are none. Hot day? Spritz. Makeup looking cakey? Spray. Skin feeling irritated? Pump pump. Dehydrated by air conditioning? Splash. You get the drift.
Cleanse Off Oil / Little M.A.C
This is a little dream come true while travelling in a post-TSA world. Keep one of these babies permanently stashed into your carry-on and you’re solid. Even after the most party-heavy holidays you’ll feel virtuous because you took your makeup off before crashing face-first into bed. This is peak adulting, kids.
Lipstick / Little M.A.C - Diva
Lipsticks are small enough, you’re thinking. Why do I need a mini? Ask us, and we’d say for the sheer pleasure of owning something so perfect and so small. But, on a practical note, we find it hard to stash our phone, keys, card case and lipsticks into tiny minaudières on a night out and end up leaving something behind. These ensure you’re never without a touch up.
Mini Me
Parizaad Khan Sethi

is a beauty and wellness editor based in New York. She was the former beauty editor at Vogue India and now serves as a contributing editor for the magazine. At age 5, Parizaad fell in love with an old cream blush she found in the back of her mother’s drawer, and has been in awe of the transformative power of beauty ever since. When she’s not writing about beauty, she researches advances