Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Miss Piggy on make-up, wardrobe maulfunctions

There's a scene in The Muppets where Kermit and the crew transform into "Muppet Man" to expedite an appointment with French Vogue editor-at-large Miss Piggy. And what an appropriate role for the fashion-friendly muppet, who coincidentally released her collaboration line with M•A•C in time for the holidays.

Miss Piggy on make-up, wardrobe maulfunctions

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There's a scene in The Muppets where Kermit and the crew transform into "Muppet Man" to expedite an appointment with French Vogue editor-at-large Miss Piggy.

And what an appropriate role for the fashion-friendly Muppet, who coincidentally released her collaboration line with M•A•C in time for the holidays.


Photo courtesy of Disney with maccosmetics.com

The limited edition, online-exclusive line includes three products- all of which are focused on enhancing the eyes: A pink shadow ($33), liner ($32) and lash set ($18).

In an interview with Oyster magazine, Miss Piggy tells the publication that of the three, her favorite is the eye shadow because, "Nothing brings out moi’s natural beauty like pink eye-shadow, especially when accessorized with an adoring frog." She also professes her adoration for Lady Gaga, but apparently, the singer's makeup is a bit too much for Piggy's personal taste.

On wardrobe malfunctions, which seem to be a common issue among celebrities these days, Piggy admits, "If something that looks like a wardrobe malfunction happens to moi, it was intentional." She also confesses, "We divas are très clever that way."

Read the full interview, here

View the Miss Piggy for M•A•C line, here

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