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NARS Cosmetics has partnered with Charlotte Gainsbourg for a new collection of color cosmetics. The collection was inspired by the actress, musician and muse and channels Gainsbourg’s signature look — smoldering eyes, lightly flushed cheeks and soft colored lips. Three lip tints ($26 each) include ruby red, soft rose and red plum while three multiple tints ($39 each) in poppy red, light pink and sheer berry serve a range of skin tones. The collection also features two Velvet Matte Lip Pencils ($26 each), two Velvet Duo Eyeshadows ($36 each), Hydrating Glow Tint ($36) in four shades and the Au Poil Brush Roll ($175) with five limited-edition full-size brushes. Get the collection now at the Nars Boutique, The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, 3035 Peachtree Road NE, Suite A-166, Atlanta or online at Narscosmetics.com.

SUPREME STYLER

Olivia Garden is celebrating 50 years in the hair business. The company was founded in Liege, Belgium, in 1967 by Jean and Micheline Rennette before the family moved to the U.S. in 1985. Today, the Rennette children Anne and Pierre, run the company which specializes in hairdressing tools such as shears and brushes that use the latest advances in technology to improve hair care. The Ceramic and Ion Supreme Combo brush is a blend of ionic bristles and 100 percent boar bristles and is gentle on hair and scalp while offering faster and better styling. It costs $25 at Ulta stores and online at Ulta.com.

CHERRY BLOSSOM KISS

The new Tatcha Twilight: A Cherry Blossom Lip Collection, offers a fresh take on the nude lip. Three products work together to contour, hydrate and create a universally-flattering pink blush color for lips. The collection includes the Tatcha Cherry Blossom Contouring Lip Liner, the Tatcha Cherry Blossom Silk Lipstick and the Tatcha Cherry Blossom Camellia Lip Balm. Inspired by geisha style and the pink color of Kyoto’s cherry blossoms, the trio is available now for $85 on Tatcha.com.



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