Remember the really cool Leopard Frost Collection that Marc Jacobs debuted last year? Well, Marc being the “ultimate stylist” has given us the first new collection of the year – The Steel(etto) collection. Inspired by the cool tones of the city streets, the collection rightfully reflects the name.



A plush eyeshadow palette in a reflective chrome compact, featuring seven shades in four fashion finishes – velvet, satin, silk, and lame – to layer and dress your eyes.

Empower your inner eye makeup stylist with this ultra-luxe eyeshadow palette, featuring four fashion finishes:

  • buttery matte velvet
  • shimmering satin
  • sparkling silk
  • metallic lamé.

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This limited-edition palette in a reflective chrome case features the same super-plush shadow formulation as the original Eye-conic. Hence, covering lids in lasting, velvety-rich pigment.

You can also make the ultimate impression in a covetable mix of unexpected neutrals and smoky shimmers.

Additionally, read the shade names from left to right for a short poem.

rule / the concrete / jungle / sidewalks / become / sparkling / catwalks



Wide-Eyed. Waterproof. Smooth Precision.

Something so fine makes eyes look so big. Fineliner captures the ease and glide of award-winning Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in a revolutionary 2MM unbreakable tip.

This transformative gel formula glides on precisely for flawless application, then sets in place for all-day wear.

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The Steel(etto) collection has the following shades –

  • (Grape)vine 30
  • Fine(wine) 28
  • (Dove)affair 36
  • Steel(etto) 34
  • (Pink)yswear 32

You can shop the collection on the Marc Jacobs beauty website.

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