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The reason everyone's talking about this new vegan foundation

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Fiona Ward
Fiona WardActing Fashion and Beauty Editor
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bareMinerals has announced its latest launch, and you just might be surprised! The cult brand, best-known for its iconic powder foundation, has announced it will be releasing an on-trend stick foundation – a formula loved by bloggers and YouTubers for quick and easy application. Excited? Even better, the product is said to be the first water-based and vegan foundation in stick form, so clean beauty and cruelty-free shoppers can rest easy. Vegan makeup addicts will no doubt love its lightweight but buildable coverage, which is apparently similar to a tinted moisturiser. We're listening...

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bareMinerals' Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick SPF 25, £29

The natural beauty company has clearly taken heed from other brands that have launched stick foundations in recent years – these days, there's swipe-on bases available from everywhere, from bargain range Makeup Revolution to luxury line Hourglass. Interestingly, bareMinerals was only known for its powder-based foundations until 2014, on the launch of its first bottled liquid base. Hands-up if you still swirl, tap, buff with the brand's Original Foundation?

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Spring 2019 is calling for plenty of exciting launches in the beauty world, and bareMinerals' latest release comes alongside the much-anticipated Game Of Thrones collection from Urban Decay. Amongst the range is an eyeshadow palette that comes in pop-up form, with a 3D Iron Throne in front of the sizeable mirror. The set has 20 shades and each one represents one of four of Westeros' power players: House Targaryen, House Lannister, House Stark and the White Walkers. Wow.

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Urban Decay's Game Of Thrones range

There's also a highlighter palette inspired by Mother of Dragons Daenarys and her three monstrous pets, eyeshadow brushes in the form of the Valyrian sword and a range of eyeliners and lipsticks in colours inspired by the franchise's favourite characters. What a time to be alive. Beauty fans, charge your wallets…

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