For your inner Joan

mode mad red lipstickIf you're looking to bring out your inner Joan in anticipation of the new season of Mad Men, locally-based makeup line Mode has a "Mad Reds" collection. Mode's site says the colors pay "homage to the iconic style of the 1960s."

The collection includes a very-Joan lipstick ("creamy warm red") and nail polish ("flaming fire red"). And they're cheap -- $4.75 for the lipstick and $3.50 for the polish.

Mode was founded by two sisters -- Cristina Samuels and Jennifer Issac -- in 2007. It's based in north Albany.

Mode products are available at Price Chopper and Hannaford, and online.

[via Arrive - thanks, Karen!]

image: MODE


Like Mama taught me...

don't say 'cheap,' say 'inexpensive'!

"don't say 'cheap,' say 'inexpensive'!"
...unless you actually mean *cheap* of course :)

May have to snag myself some! Gearing up for entrance into the Mad Men casting call :D Now, only to decide what spot around here would be best for a background! Ahh!

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