Drew Barrymore is launching a cosmetics line at Wal-Mart
Actress partners with Wal-Mart to sell makeup line.
Actress Drew Barrymore is branching out into the world of beauty. The new mom has announced she will be launching a makeup line for Walmart, according to Fashionista.
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The 181-piece cosmetics line, called Flower (also the name of her production company), will debut in January in Walmart stores. The complete range of makeup will include custom-made products and will come with pretty rose gold tags. And everything in the line comes with Barrymore’s personal approval—the actress is involved every step of the way. “I don’t want to sit there and hope it works out,” Barrymore told Women’s Wear Daily. “I want to be in the middle, in the mix, making sure it works out.”
Barrymore is actually no stranger to the beauty world. After all, she’s been the face of Covergirl and Lancome makeup lines in the past. Practice makes perfect.
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