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Glossier Cosmetics is launching its first limited-edition browsicle in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
The browsicles are designed with the eye in mind, with a gradient-based design inspired by the eye’s natural light and texture.
The brand is using a mix of eye-catching eye shadows and browslips, which is paired with a matte base.
The lip gloss, which glides on smoothly, is made with a liquid, butylated hydroxyethylcellulose.
The brow palette will be available for $30 on August 25, with each palette available in a variety of shades.
The full collection will include shades ranging from nude to metallic to a soft, velvety nude.
Each palette will feature an additional shade, such as shimmery pink, and two additional lipsticks.
The brows are a collaboration between the cosmetics company and the National Arts.
Glossier is partnering with the nonprofit to celebrate National Art Month, which runs from October 4 to 26.
Glossier is the latest beauty brand to join the National Alliance on the Arts and Humanities in the effort to inspire the nation to renew and improve the country’s infrastructure and create opportunities for people of all backgrounds.
The organization is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Education, the Department of Labor, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Science, and the Department in charge of promoting the arts and humanities.
“Glossier Cosmetically is celebrating National ArtMonth and the new year with a range of eye shadows,” the brand said in a statement.
“We are committed to creating a vibrant and inclusive community, one where everyone has the opportunity to be their best selves and is respected and loved for it.
We hope to see the glossier browsiches as a way to show our appreciation to the arts, and hope that everyone finds the glollies to be a fun and playful way to celebrate the season.”
The brow palette is available at participating Glossier stores.
This post was originally published on September 18, 2017 at 12:26 p.m.
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