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  • Beauty bloggers become MAC girls to battle AIDS
  • Beauty bloggers become MAC girls to battle AIDS
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Beauty bloggers become MAC girls to battle AIDS

Fancy having your new lipstick applied by a famous beauty blogger? Customers in MAC's Carnaby Street store had this opportunity as Pixiwoo worked as MAC counter girls for World AIDS Day. The aim was to help boost sales of MAC’s VivaGlam, from which all profits go to HIV and AIDS charities.

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