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Clarins · Instant Light Lip Comfort Oil

Clarins has been infusing their products with the benefits of botanicals for over 60 years now, so it should come as no surprise that they would create a lip product that helps lips feel as good as they look. Lengthy name aside, the Instant Light Lip Comfort Oil is a hybrid gloss-balm-treatment, and ever since the launch of the original 2 shades a while back, more have joined the lineup, because well … options.

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Louboutin · Tape À L’Oeil Eye Colour

Starting off 2019 with some beauty luxury, and in my opinion, few brands can touch Louboutin when it comes to opulence, wouldn’t you agree? For Christian Louboutin, eyes have always been the most expressive part of the face, which is why he created Tape À L’Oeil (a French expression meaning “eye-catching“). The actual product aside, I’d probably want these for the packaging alone: definitely eye-catching and display-worthy to the max.

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Givenchy · Noir Révélateur

With Christmas a week away, my next few posts will be dedicated to offering some solutions that just might make buying that perfect gift for any beauty-lovers on your list, that much easier. I’ll start things off with this Noir Révélateur duo from Givenchy: 2 unique lip options that are sure to wow. ‘Tis the season, after all!

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Ciaté London · Glitter Storm Lipsticks

Following the success of the Glitter Storm Eyeshadow Palette (reviewed here), Ciaté London introduces Glitter Storm Lipsticks: 6 new-technology metallic hues that are super fun to wear, over-the-top cool, and with Christmas right around the corner (yikes!), absolutely perfect for all holiday festivities. Oh and for the record, this brand is Leaping Bunny approved, Peta Certified, cruelty-free, and vegan.

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Clé de Peau · Féeries d’Hiver Holliday 2018 Collection

 

Inspired by the tale of Alice in Wonderland, luxury Japanese beauty brand Clé de Peau has created the Féeries d’Hiver Collection (“Winter Fairies”) for Holiday 2018. Featuring illustrations by Italian surrealist artist Daria Petrilli, the pieces are a whimsical take on a traditional theme, and what’s more surprising, is that everything is utterly wearable.

 

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