Kat Von D releases new bold and exclusive lipstick shades
The vegan and cruetly-free makeup brand is appealing to your inner child with its latest range of technicolor lippies.
Makeup lovers, rejoice!
Kat Von D has just launched a range of out-of-this-world lip shades that you’d think came straight out of a box of children’s crayons.
The vegan and cruelty-free beauty brand has added the 10 new lip colors to its hugely popular Everlasting Liquid Lipstick collection.
The company already has 44 shades from the stellar line for sale online at Sephora. Now, the 10 eye-popping hues will be available exclusively on its website for $20 each.
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Colors for every skin tone
With 54 shades in the liquid lippy line to choose from, what’s not to love, right?
Some of these newly released colors are pretty off the wall, though, and are definitely not for the faint-hearted. That said, any wearer of one of these is sure to turn heads, and we think for all the right reasons.
With the likes of Blue Blooded (royal blue), Traviesa (neon fire engine red), Órale (electric pumpkin), Rubens (neon magenta), Plan 9 (deep seafoam green) and Sinner (midnight plum) included in the new colors, there’s certainly plenty of choice for all skin tones.
Yet if you’re not feeling quite so brave, there’s also La Lupé (warm almond), Zero (dove grey), Milago (muted pumkin) or even Saint (peachy rose) that are likely to appeal.
And if you thought some of the names sound familiar, you’re correct.
The aptly named Saint and Sinner lipsticks have been borrowed from the brand’s Eau De Parfam selection, while some of the shades are also available in other lipstick formats, such as Plan 9 being from the Studded Kiss Creme Lipstick range.
While you’ll have to browse the Kat Von D website for the latest exclusive colors, other beauty staples from the brand are available at Sephora, so while you’re at it, find out if there are other Sephora deals to be had.
Or take a look at our ultimate makeup guide for all your beauty needs.
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