Anthropologie Launches Lipstick Line
It already has us hooked with its chic clothing, its romantically rustic home décor and its fragrant candles—but now, Anthropologie will soon be making beauty mavens drool with the release of its new line of lipstick.
According to Style.com, the store will release Albeit, its very own line of six shades of argan oil-infused color, inspired by timeless glamour. The color offerings will include options for those who want something more natural (like Bisque, a soft, honeyed beige) and a head-turning color called Claret, a rose berry. Additional colors include Mauvette, (nude), Peony (a medium, retro pink), Vermilion (crimson with undertones of blue-violet) and mulberry, a sheer blackberry stain.
The line will be available later this month.
Tell us: Are you excited for the debut of Anthropologie’s first lipstick?
Photo: Courtesy of WWD
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