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Estée Lauder for Mad Men; MAC Goes Marilyn; Santorum Nails

Constance Jablonski for Estée Lauder's Mad Men collection
Constance Jablonski for Estée Lauder's Mad Men collection

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MAKEUP—The hit show Mad Men finally returns next month, and to say sorry for the delay they're offering us one heck of a gift: a makeup collab. Estée Lauder will launch a mini range of show-inspired products on their website on March 18, and the ads feature Constance Jablonski doing her best Betty Draper impression. Only disappointment so far: the collab isn't called Basket of Kisses. [Beauty Counter]

MAKEUP—And while we're going retro, MAC has announced a line of makeup inspired by Marilyn Monroe. The collection, set to launch in October, will include lipstick, eyeshadow, nail polish, and more. Now the only question is who will appear in the ads: will it be Michelle Williams (especially if that Oscar pans out) or one of the girls from that show Smash? [WWD]

NAILS—If you can't get enough jokes about the other meaning of Rick Santorum's name, here's some brown nail polish inspired by the Republican presidential candidate. And if you don't get the joke, click this link. But don't say we didn't warn you. Also, the company that makes this stuff is called "ManGlaze." Make of that what you will. [Racked Inbox]