Last month at the Grammys, Glossier hinted a big release of something new after posting a photo of Beyoncé captioned “Beyoncé wears ___ in ___ (coming soon)”. Enough to tease the excitement and curiosity of makeup fanatics and artists.
Queen Bey – wearing the Glossier Fawn shade at the Grammys (photo by Glossier – instagram)
So fast forward to the day of the Oscars’ glitz and glamour, Glossier released their new product, the Lidstar, a glistening eye glow. Driving the hype of this Lidstar, it debuted its glistening eye glow via beauty looks of Salma Hayek, Greta Gerwig, Tracee Ellis Ross, Taraji Hensona, and Oscars best supporting actress winner Allison Janney.
These shiny babies are housed in test tube-ish packaging with a doe foot applicator, promise to ‘lock on’ to lids for up to 12 hours without creasing, fading, or smudging.
Available in six high-shine shades in Lily, Moon, Slip, Cub, Fawn, and Herb. According to Glossier.com each shade is one of a kind—different coated pigments, different pearls, different flecks, different special effects . It will cost $18, or two for $30.
One great thing with this (personally) is the no primer required in application according to Glossier. Impressive! Pretty soon tons of beauty bloggers and vloggers will put this claim to test.
All of the shades are now available on Glossier.com and I’m guessing, fawn will be a sold out.