April 9, 2013 19:24

Paramore's Hayley Williams launches make-up range

The frontwoman has joined forces with Mac to front her own line of cosmetics

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Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams is fronting her own line of orange hued cosmetics for make-up brand Mac.

Known for her bright orange coloured hair, Williams' limited edition range of products for Mac include nail polish, eyeshadow and a Williams-inspired lipstick called Sounds Like Noise.

The products are on sale now via the Mac website and range in colour from "orange pop to shimmering coral".

Gossip frontwoman Beth Ditto has previously worked with Mac on her own range of cosmetics.

Earlier today Paramore unveiled the video for their track 'Still Into You'.

The track, which will be officially released as a single on May 20, features on the band's new self-titled album, which was released yesterday (April 8). The band's fourth LP, it was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnson, who has worked with Beck and Nine Inch Nails.

This week the Hayley Williams spoke out about how she doesn't feel the need to write songs about sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll and that instead she prefers talking about "normal life problems".

"I don't really feel like I need to say anything about sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. I don't need to swear. And I'm not saying that I'm a perfect angel, but I think it would feel very disingenuous - like, 'This is me trying to be cool. Maybe we'll grab a couple older fans if I just put this swear word in'. I want to talk about normal life problems," she said.

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