The collaboration came about after Make Up For Ever creator, Dany Sanz, and Moulin Rouge ballet mistress, Janet Pharoah, met and agreed to work together to come up with a range of products that could go from the stage to the street. Make Up For Ever was created in Paris in 1984 by Dany Sanz as a professional brand, but is now a favorite among well-informed clients, professional or not, and is exported to 50 countries.
The fall 2010 collection includes lipstick in blazing red, extremely shiny lip-gloss, false eyelashes bordered with a line of glittery red. All products will go on sale from Aug. 15 throughout the Make Up For Ever distribution network, including Sephora. For the Moulin
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