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Glossier launches its first mascara and the internet is going crazy over it

The makeup brand loved by Beyoncé has something new…

Fashion and Beauty News Editor
May 9, 2018
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One of the most popular beauty brands of the decade has just released an exciting new product and we have a feeling you are going to love it. Glossier – the millennial beauty company loved by Beyoncé and Holly Willoughby - has just produced Lash Slick – a mascara with a difference. It took 18 months to create and uses a combination of Japanese fibre technology and lifting film formers to coat lashes from root to tip. And what's more, the plastic tapered comb brush creates lengthened baby-extensions that lift, curl, and hold all day without clumping, smudging, or flaking. As expected, the millennial pink Glossier packaging is chic, fuss-free and durable. What's more, the £14 mascara is even water resistant. It's the perfect product to add gentle definition and to open up your peepers in a subtle sweep. 

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Swoon! Glossier have a brand new product and it's amazing

Glossier is loved by celebrities and bloggers alike – since its launch here in the UK in October 2017, many of the brand's best-known products have been a permanent fixture in celebrity makeup artist kits.

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Lash Slick is £14 and available now

Only last week, Patsy O'Neill revealed in an Instagram snap that she uses two Glossier lip products on Holly Willoughby to give her a kissable pout. Hero product Balm Dotcom was seen in the snap and the £10 tube is a multi-purpose lip balm that can be used on pretty much anywhere, not just the lips. The sheer, juicy red tint gave the perfect base for Holly's lips.

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And it's not just Holly – famous makeup artist Sir John used Glosser’s Lidstar to create Beyoncé's metallic eyeshadow look at the Grammys. The Say My Name singer was actually the very first celebrity to try the product – she got her hands on the shadow before it was even released.  

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