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Urban Decay Naked2!

The most anticipated sequel of the decade, Naked2 features a dozen pigment-rich taupe and gray-beige neutrals, plus five exclusive, new shades.

The follow up to the original bestselling Naked palette, this stunning second edition proves that neutral is anything but boring. Showcasing a dozen completely different shades than the first bronze-based collection, it includes a stunning range from pale and deep, to matte and sparkly. You’ll achieve a host of new neutral looks, smoky dramatic eyes, and everything in between. The palette also includes a travel-size Lip Junkie Lipgloss in Naked and a double-ended, cruelty-free Good Karma Shadow/Crease Brush (available only in this palette).

DiorShow Heat CurlHeating Lash Curler

A heating lash curler inspired by the backstage techniques of Dior fashion shows for lashes with infinite curves.

This lash curler can be used on bare lashes to prep for mascara application, or after mascara is applied to thin the mascara formula and perfectly coat every lash for even application. The results: enhanced lash curve and perfect, long-lasting hold.

This curler optimizes the lash care action of some Diorshow mascaras.

Hurry! This is limited edition!

Betsey Johnson SCENTED Nail Polish!

A striking collection of polishes designed by Betsey Johnson.

From pretty and pink, to outrageous and rock-and-roll, these nail lacquers are the ultimate accessory. The full-sized chip resistant polishes reflect Betsey’s own style obsessions and you’ll be sure to impress with your trendy tips. The bold hues perfectly compliment any afternoon adventure or add a playful pop of color to an evening out with the girls. The collection also includes, “It’s My Pink!”—Betsey’s favorite neon pink shade infused with Too Too, her signature, flirty fragrance. Flash your fingers and take in the effervescent, fruity scent with every flick of your wrist.


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