Where To Buy The Madonna x Too Faced Makeup Collection To Remake The Singer’s Iconic Beauty Looks

It’s a match made in makeup heaven. Madonna and Too Faced created a makeup collection — but there’s a catch. The collection is comprised of two super exclusive kits that will only be available at a specific location, as revealed by Too Faced co-founder and chief creative officer Jerrod Blandino and Madonna on their individual Instagram feeds on Sept. 12.

The collaboration is inspired by looks that Madonna will actually be wearing on her upcoming tour in support of her latest album Madame XThe Madonna x Too Faced makeup kits will be sold at each tour date.


However, the collection is also temporarily available at the NYC Madame X pop-up shop from Sept. 13 through Sept. 19. The pop-up is located at 430 West 15 Street in Manhattan.

Blandino emphasized in the caption of his post that the kits are extremely limited. However, the brand could eventually sell the sets on its website at a later date if the demand is high.

Blandino also shared his signature “sneaky peek” of the products in a series of Instagram stories that he filmed while perusing the pop-up. He posted a picture of the price listing from the mobile store, which shows that the makeup collection costs $75. Overall, these products just might inspire fans to hurry up and nab tickets to the tour.

Jerrod Blandino Instagram Story

Here is all of the intel on the makeup collection, based entirely on Blandino’s big reveal. Each kit can be used on its own or together. Together, they equal a full face kit minus foundation and concealer.

Jerrod Blandino Instagram Story

The I Rise kit, which takes it name from a Madame X song, features a wallet-sized palette with exclusive eyeshadow and blush shades. It also boasts a brow pencil, the best-selling Better Than Sex mascara, and the Melted Matte lipstick in the Sell Out shade. The eye and cheek shades are named after Madonna’s biggest hits, like “Material Girl” and “Dress You Up.” The packaging features Madonna rocking a beret and golden curls.

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The Medellin collection also shares its name with a Madame X track and boasts a palette with five shades of eyeshadow and a blush — all of which are also named after Madge’s mega hits, such as “Ray of Light” and “Like a Virgin.” It includes the brand’s semi-new Damn Girl! mascara, a Better Than Sex liquid eyeliner for perfecting those cat eye flicks, and a Melted Matte lippie in a burnt red shade. The pop legend and fashion icon has statement lips on the packaging.

Jerrod Blandino Instagram Story

The pop-up shop includes additional merch, such as patches, lapel pins, arm bands, fanny packs, pendant necklaces, scarves, hats, and shirts. It’s a fully immersive Madonna experience. The merch will likely be sold at the tour dates alongside the Too Faced makeup. Bustle reached out to Madonna’s reps for more information.

If you have already bought tickets to Madonna’s tour, which begins with a unique residency in Brooklyn this month, you now have two more reasons to pop over to the merch booths before heading to your seats. These Madonna x Too Faced makeup kits offer you the tools to to replicate the singer’s signature style. They will also inspire you to get creative when drafting up your own unique looks.

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Everything You Need To Know About Madonna’s Make-Up Collection With Too Faced

Brace yourselves people, Madonna, who’s been dictating make-up trends since the 80s when she graced our screens in the ‘Like A Virgin’ music video, is finally getting her very own make-up collection.

The music icon already has her own skincare line MDNA SKIN, which would set you back £302 for a face cream, but thankfully these products are slightly more affordable.

Teaming up with Too Faced, the brand famous for their Better Than Sex Mascara, the collection includes two make-up box sets, both inspired by Madonna’s stage looks from her hotly anticipated Madame X Tour.

The idea? To give fans their own piece of Madonna to take home and achieve the exact make-up looks Madge wears on stage. Anything that gets us a little bit closer to being Madonna is all good in our books.

Kit number 1, named ‘Medellin Set’, consists of a ruby red shade of Too Faced’s Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Lipstick, a five part palette with four eyeshadows ranging from matte peaches to red shimmers and a baby pink blush. The set also includes the brand’s Damn Girl! Mascara and Better Than Sex Liquid Liner.

Kit 2, named ‘I Rise’ (in honour of the lead single from her new album) repeats the format but in soft dusty pink and rose gold shades.

Don’t even get us started on the packaging. Needless to say, it’s also pretty major, featuring the Madame X Tour logo with promo images of the queen herself. Make-up with Madonna on the front? We’re sold.

Whilst the exact prices haven’t been released yet we don’t expect it to come close to her skincare line. With average Too Faced prices ranging from £30-£40 for a decent-sized eyeshadow palette, we hope the Madonna collaboration will be along the same lines.

The collab officially drops tomorrow at the Madame X pop up shop in New York but lucky fans can also get their hands on it at the concert dates. Can all gigs have make-up merchandise from now on? Thanks.

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Live Nation Sued Over Madonna’s Performance at Eurovision Song Contest

Madonna’s Eurovision performance earlier this year was panned by many critics. Now she’s being sued over it as well.

The KAN Israeli public broadcaster, which produced the Eurovision Song Contest in May, filed a lawsuit in a Tel Aviv court on Thursday against Live Nation and Live Nation Israel. The suit, first reported by Israel’s Yediot Aharonot daily, alleges that Madonna’s representatives violated the terms of their agreement and reneged on financial promises.

A spokeswoman for KAN confirmed that the suit was filed, but declined to comment further. According to online court records, KAN is suing Live Nation for 1.375 million shekels ($390,000). A date for an initial hearing in the case has not been set yet. Live Nation Israel did not respond to a request for comment.

According to the court filing, KAN provided Madonna with technical and logistical support that went beyond the Eurovision production, costs that were supposed to be covered by the singer’s team. The additional support included projectors, headphones, additional stage assistants, tents, security and other extra staff. KAN alleges that Live Nation agreed to cover those costs but never paid up, and attempts to recoup the money since the show have been unsuccessful.

Madonna’s appearance fee for the 2019 Eurovision was covered by Canadian-Israeli billionaire Sylvan Adams. KAN publicly battled with the Israeli government over funding for the show, and was forced to take out a 70 million shekel loan (about $20 million) to cover the costs.

The Material Girl’s Eurovision performance was controversial from the start. After drawn-out negotiations, Madonna signed a contract only two days before she took the stage during the show’s grand finale. And KAN producers and the Eurovision organizers were not pleased that the singer displayed Israeli and Palestinian flags on the backs of two dancers during the show, something that had not appeared during rehearsals.

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New Burlesque-Concert Hybrid Series Will Honor Madonna

Burlesque never sleeps in New Orleans and local star Bella Blue and New Orleans musician Rory Callais are coming together to make sure of it. The duo are launching the Iconography Series, which will feature a number of icons throughout popular music history, the first being the legendary Madonna.

Flyer artwork by Apostrophe

On October 5 at One Eyed Jacks, the event entitled Bedtime stories: a Madonna Burlesque and LiveMusic Tribute will take place. The duo previously worked together on three successful shows showing tribute to the late David Bowie, combining live music and burlesque.

“After the last Bowie show, we all felt like we achieved what we set out to do,” says Callais, “but we didn’t want to stop working together.  So we revamped the concept in a way that allows us to challenge ourselves and keep things fresh with every new icon.”

The collaborative effort of the two shows how important the music culture is in New Orleans, no matter the genre; if it makes you feel good, it will be recognized and revamped. Madonna is the perfect start for their series, seeing how she has impacted a large population of people with her ability to be herself fearlessly. Many artists worldwide have internalized her strength and ability to change. 

The show will feature local burlesque performers Xena Xeit-Geist, Chere Noble, Franky Canga and many more. “Like Bowie, Madonna’s music is timeless and she has continuously and boldly reinvented herself again and again. You’ll see some familiar faces, some new faces, and new acts all set to Madonna’s most iconic songs,” say Blue. 

For ticket information for the show click here.

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Madonna x Too Faced Makeup Collection Will Be Available During the Madame X Tour

Madonna x Too Faced Makeup Box Sets I betcha you didn’t see that one coming! I mean a Madonna x Too Faced Makeup Collection? Whoa! Too Faced founder, Jerrod Blandino announced on Instagram today that he worked with Madonna to create not one but two new makeup kits based on two looks that Madonna will be sporting during her upcoming Madame X Tour. How do you get your hands on the Madonna x Too Faced Collection? You’ll either have to attend one of her shows will there collection will be exclusively available or starting tomorrow you can shop the collection at her Madame X Pop Up Shop at 430 W 15 St in Manhattan.

You gotta be quick though as they are apparently super limited at this location!

From the small video Jerrod posted there are two sets one is called the Medellin Set and it includes Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Lipstick, a 5-pan palette with what appears to be four shadows and 1 blush, Damn Girl! Mascara, and Better Than Sex Liquid Eyeliner. The other is called the I Rise Set and that includes Better Than Sex Mascara, a 5-pan palette which again seems to have a blush and 4 eyeshadows, Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Lipstick, and some sort of new chocolate eyeliner.

I guess the collection comes as no surprise as Jerrod has been posting about being besties with Madonna for a while. She sent him her skincare, she did a recent mini vid on Instagram using Too Faced Mascara, he mentioned going to a show of hers and having dinner with her, etc…seems about right that a makeup collection was in the works.

They haven’t mentioned a price for the Madonna X Too Faced Makeup Box Sets but I imagine it’ll be in the $39-$49 vicinity.

At the risk of pissing off hardcore Madonna fans I thought the collection looked really phoned in. The Melted Matte Liquified Lipsticks don’t even look like new shades and the eyeshadow palette is such a snore. Not to mention Damn Girl! Mascara is so horrible! Or at least I think it is.

I imagine after her tour they’ll launch this on Too Faced’s website. I can’t imagine it just being available so very limited but who knows. We’ll have to wait and see.

What do you think of the Madonna X Too Faced Collection?

See the mini tease video on Jerrod’s Instagram!

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Madonna First Four Albums To Be Released On Crystal Clear Vinyl On November 8




MadonnaLike A VirginTrue Blue And Who’s That Girl Soundtrack Arrive In Step With Her Upcoming Madame X Tour


Each One Will Be Available On November 8 From Rhino



Rhino today announced the reissue of Madonna’s first four iconic albums – three studio and one soundtrack – on crystal clear vinyl on November 8. MadonnaLike a VirginTrue Blue and Who’s That Girl: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be available for $21.98 each. A bundle of all four albums will be available from the Rhino store for $69.98

Madonna’s seminal, self-titled 1983 album is certified five-times platinum and sold over 10 million copies worldwide, captivating audiences with Top 10 hits including “Holiday,” “Lucky Star” and “Borderline.”

Madonna cemented her status as a cultural icon a year later with her follow-up release, Like a Virgin. Produced by Nile Rodgers, the record was her first to top the U.S. albums chart, its title track becoming her first #1 single. Certified diamond, Like a Virgin sold over 21 million copies worldwide. The record features hits including “Dress You Up, ” “Angel” and “Material Girl.”

In 1986, Madonna co-wrote and co-produced True Blue, which topped global album charts in 28 countries and the U.S. The critically acclaimed release has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums in history. All five of its singles reached the Billboard Top Five, including three #1’s – “Live To Tell,” “Papa Don’t Preach” and “Open Your Heart.”

Madonna next starred in the film Who’s That Girl and recorded four songs for its soundtrack. Released in 1987, Who’s That Girl: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack has sold more than six million copies internationally thanks in part to its chart-topping title track and “Causing A Commotion.”

Madonna released her critically acclaimed 14th studio album Madame X this year and is set to embark on a highly anticipated all-theater Madame X Tour. The tour, which visits the U.S. and Europe, begins on September 17 in New York City. 



Madonna (1983)

Like a Virgin (1984)

True Blue (1986)

Who’s That Girl: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1987)




U.S. Tour Dates



17    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

19    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

21    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

22    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

24    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

25    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

26    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

28    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House



1      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

2      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

3      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

5      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

6      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

7      Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

10    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

12    Brooklyn, NY               BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

15    Chicago, IL                  The Chicago Theatre

16    Chicago, IL                   The Chicago Theatre

17    Chicago, IL                   The Chicago Theatre

21    Chicago, IL                   The Chicago Theatre

23    Chicago, IL                   The Chicago Theatre

24    Chicago, IL                   The Chicago Theatre

27    Chicago, IL                  The Chicago Theatre

31    San Francisco, CA        Golden Gate Theatre



2      San Francisco, CA       Golden Gate Theatre

4      San Francisco, CA       Golden Gate Theatre

7      Las Vegas, NV             Colosseum

9      Las Vegas, NV             Colosseum

10    Las Vegas, NV             Colosseum

12    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

13    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

14    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

16    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

17    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

19    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

20    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

21    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

23    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

24    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

25    Los Angeles, CA          The Wiltern

30    Boston, MA                  Boch Center Wang Theatre



1      Boston, MA                 Boch Center Wang Theatre

2      Boston, MA                 Boch Center Wang Theatre

7      Philadelphia, PA          The Met Philadelphia

8      Philadelphia, PA          The Met Philadelphia

12    Philadelphia, PA         The Met Philadelphia

14    Miami, FL                   Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

15    Miami, FL                   Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

17    Miami, FL                   Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

18    Miami, FL                   Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

19    Miami, FL                   Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater


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Madonna’s phone ban in Dutch Metro

Metro dedicates an article to Madonna’s announced phone ban during upcoming Madame X shows.

They even decided to quote a few of you from our Facebook group’s discussion.

Thanks to Tanja for the pics!

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‘I Rise’ 12″ Maxi Vinyl Single for Record Store Day in November

“I Rise” will be released on November 29 as a  ‘Record Store Day‘ exclusive. Unfortunately no coloured vinyl, but with six remixes there’s little to complain about.

Side One:

  1. Tracy Young Pride Extended Remix 6:32
  2. Kue Drops The Funk Remix 5:56
  3. Daybreakers Remix 5:24

Side Two:

  1. Thomas Gold Remix 3:17
  2. DJLW Remix 4:36
  3. Offer Nissim Remix 6:56

We’re awaiting official confirmation by Universal Music while the ‘Crave’ remixes bundle has been delayed.

Source: DrownedMadonna.com

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MADONNA MERCH BOOTLEGGERS BEWARE!!! Live Nation Takes Aim in Brooklyn

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MADAME X – New shows added in Chicago and San Francisco!



ICON Legacy Member Presales Begin
Sept. 10 @ 10 a.m. local time

Attention Lifetime Legacy Icon Members:

The Madame X Tour launches on September 17 in Brooklyn, and excitement continues to grow for this special concert production; so much so that a 7th and final Chicago show at the Chicago Theatre has been announced to meet public demand. Additionally, to ensure that Northern California fans don’t miss out, Madonna has announced three San Francisco performances — October 31, November 2 and November 4 — to be staged at the Golden Gate Theatre.

Madonna Icon Lifetime Legacy Members will receive priority presale access to preferred tickets for these new Madame X performances in Chicago and San Francisco! Icon Lifetime Legacy Member presales will begin Tuesday, September 10 @ 10 a.m. local time.

  • All Icon Lifetime Legacy members may participate in these new presales, even if you have purchased tickets to the other Madame X show dates.
  • Your unique presale code will be assigned directly to your Madonna.com account, and will begin displaying before our presale begins on your logged-in Profile page or the Tour page.
  • Your unique access code is valid for up to four (4) tickets for each show date on sale next week.
  • Members interested in tickets for the San Francisco shows, PLEASE READ OUR FAQ’s SO YOU ARE PREPARED TO PURCHASE TICKETS.
  • All sales are final. No refunds.
  • The Icon Legacy Member Presale will close on Thursday, September 12 @ 5 p.m. local time.
  • Public on-sales begin the following morning on Friday, September 13 @ 10 a.m. local time.

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Mobieltjes niet welkom bij nieuwe tournee Madonna (Dutch news)

Fans die van plan zijn een show van Madonna’s Madame X-wereldtournee te bezoeken, krijgen te maken met een ‘telefoonloze belevenis’. Dit heeft de zangeres laten weten via Ticketmaster, dat de kaarten verkoopt. Het gebruik van een mobieltje, smartwatch, camera of andere opnameapparatuur is niet toegestaan in de concertruimte.

Bezoekers moeten vooraf bekijken op welke plek ze in de zaal zitten, omdat ze na binnenkomst geen toegang meer hebben tot het gescande kaartje op hun telefoon. De apparaten worden in een speciaal kastje opgeborgen, dat na afloop weer geopend worden. Wie tussendoor toch wil bellen, moet zijn of haar telefoon ophalen en naar een aparte ruimte gaan die hiervoor ingericht wordt. Na het bellen wordt het mobieltje weer ingenomen. Fans die stiekem opnames maken worden het pand uitgezet.

Op sociale media wordt wisselend gereageerd. Sommige fans vinden het een prima idee, omdat ze zo voor de volle 100% van de show kunnen genieten. Ook zijn mensen blij dat ze niet constant tegen omhoog gestoken armen en telefoons aan hoeven te kijken. Andere fans vinden het belachelijk en denken dat de Queen of Pop bang is dat er materiaal gefilmd wordt van een slecht optreden. De tegenstanders zijn vooral boos dat ze zoveel geld voor een kaartje moeten betalen en ze geen foto’s of filmpjes kunnen maken.

De Madame X-tournee start op 17 september in Brooklyn en eindigt op 4 maart 2020 in Parijs.

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Madonna ‘Under The Covers’ CD pre-order now (October 19, 2019)


As a true showgirl, Madonna has no reluctance, nor difficulty, in recording or performing any song that takes her fancy, regardless of who composed the tune – or of course, if she wrote it herself. And as an enormous fan of all types of music, and someone who is never afraid to wear her influences on her sleeve, Miss Ciccone has played numerous songs written by others across the years, both familiar and obscure. 

This CD brings together 20 such cover versions all taken from Madonna concerts from all corners of the globe across the past, almost 40, years. 

1. Je T’aime (Moi Non Plus) 4:13 2. Nothing Compares 2 U/Purple Rain (ft. Stevie Wonder) 7:25 3. Between The Bars 2:37 4. Toxic 3:55 5. Rebel Rebel 3:49 6. Everybody Is A Star 1:34 7. Take On Me/La Bamba 1:51 8. Billie Jean/Like A Virgin 2:33 9. Imagine 3:32 10. Hallelujah 5:04 11. Send In The Clowns 4:18 12. Lament 2:31 13. You Must Love Me/Don’t Cry For Me Argentina 6:59 14. Can’t Get You Out Of My Head 3:25 15. Redemption Song (ft. Son David) 6:03 16. Fever 5:14 17. The Lady Is A Tramp (ft. Anthony Kiedis) 3:10 18. La Vie En Rose 3:16 19. I Got You Babe (ft. Sandra Bernhard) 4:33 20. The Girl From Ipanema 1:36 

  • Audio CD (18 Oct. 2019)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Left Field Media

Pre-order at Amazon.co.uk HERE

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Fall concert preview: Madonna, Global Citizen Festival and more

The boroughs are alive with the sound of live music in the coming months. Here are The Posts picks for concerts to check out this fall: Madonna

“Madame X” tour, Howard Gilman Opera House, BAM. Sept. 17 to Oct. 12

A residency is just about the only thing that Madonna hasn’t done in her 37-year career. But hey, Madge may still be capable of throwing us a few wrinkles — of the good kind. She’ll kick off her “Madame X” world tour with an 18-night stand at Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House. It’s hard to imagine a woman who has sold out stadiums, let alone arenas, scaling it down to the 2,098-seat theater, but it will be interesting to see how she pulls it off. Judging by how energized she sounded on her adventurous “Madame X” album — the first one of her 60s — you’d be a fool to bet against her.

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