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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Rocky Horror Picture Show Turns 40 and Gets a Makeup Line

Posted By on Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 2:54 PM

click to enlarge MAC COSMETICS/REFINERY 29
It's about time — almost 40 years after The Rocky Horror Picture Show hit theaters, MAC Cosmetics has come out with a line of makeup dedicated to this cult favorite.

According to Refinery 29 Frank-N-Furter even gets his own lipstick color, along with other hues of reds with names like Sin, Oblivion, and Strange Journey. Of course the 21-piece line also includes eyeliners, dark eye shadows, blush, contouring colors, mascara and fake lashes; and it hits shelves October 2 (a few days after the movie's 40th anniversary and just in time for Halloween!). 

So maybe grab a stick of the Frank-N-Furter and then head to the monthly showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Clay Theatre (2261 Fillmore)  — the last Saturday of every month — and get ready to do the Time Warp again. 



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