Sephora recently tweeted about the New Stay Vulnerable collection of Rare Beauty, owned by Selena Gomez. You can grab the new products of Rare Beauty in-store at your nearest Sephora (USA. Canada and Mexico only). They have launched 4 new must-have products to look stunning with plumy cheeks and lips. The newly launched products include cosmetics for lips, cheeks, and eyes.
In the tweet, Sephora wrote, “It’s here! Meet the New Stay Vulnerable collection from Rare Beauty. Four must-have products for cheeks, lips, and eyes. This way to universally flattering, effortless makeup you’ll love.” In this way, Gomez encourages her fans to lean into vulnerability, with the new Stay Vulnerable collection of Rare Beauty.
Collection of Rare Beauty and their launch
The celebrity star’s makeup line was officially launched last summer. And their products became available on Sephora, featuring nearly 3,000 brands. Rare beauty launched with cosmetic items across 14 categories, including base, lip, cheek, eye, and brow products. The product titles and colorways are designed to encourage beauty lovers around the world to feel empowered through makeup.
A post was shared on the Rare Beauty Instagram account by the founder and creator of the brand. The post was about the new collection, the founder wrote, “This collection celebrates the soft, flushed look we get when we feel most vulnerable.” “I love how easy these formulas are. Easy to apply, easy to wear, easy to get a fresh look that lets your real self, shine through.”
The new collection includes three new items, the stay Vulnerable Liquid Eyeshadow, the Stay Vulnerable Glossy Lip Balm, and the Stay Vulnerable Melting Blush. All these mentioned products come in five universal, semi-sheer shades. That will allow you to build as much or as little pigment as you’d like. The new Stay Vulnerable liquid Eyeshadow is paired with the new Stay Vulnerable All-Over Eyeshadow brush. This eyeshadow brush is especially for those who want a seamless eye look.
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