Monday, 21 March 2011

The M.A.C AIDS fund






















Since it began in 1994, The M.A.C Aids Fund has raised 200 million dollars.
It's mission is to serve people of all ages, all races and all sexes affected by HIV and AIDS.
Every single penny from the price of a Viva Glam lipstick or lipglass gets donated.
For more information on Viva Glam and the M.A.C AIDS Fund see www.macaidsfund.org



Previous campaigns courtesy of the MAC AIDS fund website.

























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21 comments

  1. Great tutorial! I too am impressed with the fact that MAC donates 100% of the Viva Glam proceeds since as Nic stated companies usually only donate a percentage. Also, thanks for posting all the campaign ads, its so interesting to see the different models MAC has had through the years.

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  2. That was a great tutorial!! I love that MAC does this! I like that you showed all the past campaigns.

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  3. Great post: I love the photos of the past campaigns - Shirley Manson, Eve and Dita Von Teese are my favourites, but Fergie's purple look is hideous, in my opinion. I didn't know kd lang did an ad - that's so great to see. It might just be my computer, but is your blog being a bit weird? It keeps on jumping between being the black blogspot one and one that is white and brown and has all these pages at the top...

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  4. Its a fantastic cause and a brilliant way to provoke awareness xx :O)

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  5. I have been a faithfull subscriber to your channel girls and now I'm becoming a real fan of your blog... Brillant, really!
    love to you two!

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  6. It's so refreshing to see a company as huge as MAC dedicate 100% of their proceeds to a charity like the AIDs fund. There's nothing more infuriating than seeing a company sell their products in aid of a charity, when realistically only a tiny percentage is actually donated!

    The colours are all stunning, and what's even better is that every single shade could suit any skin tone!

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  7. Hi!!nice blog.. i just followed you.. if you want follow me!!Thank you!;)
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  8. Great tutorial, I love the Viva Glam lipsticks, it is for such a good cause and the colours are gorgeous x x

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  9. I adore the Viva Glam iv!
    I don't think I could ever wear the lady gaga shades my lips are too pigmented. Love the tutorial! <£

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  10. wow.. love the tutorial! :D
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    much love xxxxxxxxxxx <3

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  11. Fantastic post! I love the very first campaign with RuPaul and the Viva Glam I liptstick is still on my wish list:-)

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  12. Love the look! Simple, elegant and classic =)

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  13. i loved the tutorial and Nic you looked gorgeous as always :)

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  14. Great post!! I enjoyed the campaign shots :)

    That GOOD GOOD Blog

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  15. awesome post!! I didn't even know mac did this!!!!


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  16. Great blog post, I really enjoyed reading the history of this MAC campaign, and looking at all these lovely pictures :D

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  17. So glad I found your site- it's wonderful!! And I am obsessed with MAC's Viva Glam ads when they come out- they mean so much and do so much for the cause that you can't help but love the actual ads themselves and the looks they create. Thanks for the compilation of looks!

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  18. I LOVE your videos and blog- check them both everyday! Could you please do the Linda Evangelista MAC Viva Glam look? I think she is such an amazing beauty, and my all time favourite super model ! One of my fave videos is the Linda inspired make up that Sam did.
    Thanks to both Nic & Sam! You ladies are fabulous!!

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  19. Haha! I love RuPaul's Viva Glam shots!

    Great post Nic x

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