MAC Cosmetics has broken its silence on the defeated Kuwaiti Influencer Sondos Al Qattan by condemning her recent comments on her country's labor laws. The company said it currently has no partnerships with it and will no longer work with it on brand activities. It also said that Al Qattan's "views are her own" and wants to "make it clear that we do not support her recent beliefs." Al Qattan's negative comments on recent changes in Kuwaiti labor law have caused a sensation in social media. The new rules mean that Filipino workers are allowed to keep their own passport and have one day off per week. Hair brand Phyto posted on Instagram Tuesday that she was "very surprised and worried when she heard of the cruel comments from @sondos_aq". "We do not tolerate any racism and abuse," wrote the French brand, calling their actions "terrible." The brand said it had contacted its local distributor in Kuwait to request that all partnerships be "immediately effective" and said that they "do not support such behavior or associate it with our products." During this time, there was no word from the cosmetics giants MAC, although the brand no longer followed her on Instagram. The exact nature of the connection between Al Qattan and MAC is unclear, however, the make-up brand's products are regularly featured in Al Qattan's social media posts.
If you want some free MAC lipstick, now is your time. In honor of National Lipstick Day, this Sunday, July 29th, both MAC Cosmetic Stores will give away free lipsticks at the La Palmera shopping center. The make-up business, which is part of other MAC Cosmetic stores nationwide, will offer nine shades that are regularly available for $ 18.50. No shopping in the store is needed before. The two MAC Cosmetic Stores in the mall open at 12 noon on Sunday, and the shopping center doors open at 6 in the morning. The shops will be open at their regular time, but there will be stalls for lines. According to a MAC spokesperson, the free lipstick colors are Alloof, Delish, Dare You, Moxie, Florabundi, Epic, Mixed Media, Chintz and Tanarama, and are part of the company's "Icon Artist Favorites" collection. However, these deliveries are limited and are expected to be phased out quickly. For those who can not come in person, MAC also offers the same colors for free with online orders of $ 25 or more on Sundays.
So it's a good thing that MAC Cosmetics offers free make-up against your old products. This means you can just get a giveaway from the trade in your old bottles and pallets, which were heading for the dumpster anyway. Not that you needed more reason to recycle anyway, right? The Back to MAC recycling program has been around for some time and asks users to bring six old product cases to each store to receive the gift. The designer brand accepts primary packaging, ie every product case, not the packaging it came in. So everything from lipstick tubes, empty pallets, base bottles, compact flowers, eyeshadow potentiometers. Basically one of the hundred products you have when you're done with it. You can drop it at any MAC store in your area or through Mac Cosmetics online, where you can find out how to post it, and how to spend more points and receive these important freebies. In return for submitting six products, you will receive a MAC lipstick of your choice.