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MAC Pro's Hit The Pavement Block Party at the Chelsea Highline

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Last night, MAC Pro threw another one of its notoriously good parties under the Chelsea Highline—senior make-up artist Keri Blair and Chantal Miller created a stunning scene with eight different sets of living statues, all dressed head-to-toe with make-up inspired by street performers around the world. The artists used makeup imbued with MAC's new macrocrylic technology—smudge and smear-resistant colors that prevented partygoers from winding up covered in body paint.

For refreshments, MAC partnered with popular New York food truckers including Van Leeuwen ice cream, Tacombi, Big D's Grub, Rickshaw Dumplings, and Wafel & Dinges . Click through to check out our gallery of all the amazing looks. —David Chen
· M.A.C. Cosmetics [Official Site]