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It looks like tea-inspired lipsticks are here to stay and we couldn’t be more excited. From “cinnamon milk tea” shades to a flattering “almond caramel milk tea” hue, the craze is getting bigger and better.

With Christmas right around the corner, you might be looking for something to spice up your makeup routine. Luckily for you, Daily Vanity has just the thing. Allow us to introduce you to the Le Rouge N° 501 from Givenchy Beauty.

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For the holiday season, Givenchy has reinterpreted their iconic Le Rouge lipstick with an exclusive limited edition shade, Copper Nude N° 501. This gorgeous new shade is housed in an extravagant gold case that’s wrapped in plush black velvet.

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Twist the lippie up, and you’ll notice that the bullet is embossed with the brand’s 4G logos as Givenchy revisits the past, paying tribute to their first makeup collection.

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While this copper coloured lipstick is richer and deeper in colour next to other milk tea-inspired lipsticks, it has warm undertones to help give you a natural look. So dab it on lightly for a subtle wash of colour or layer it on for a bolder lip.

The pretty flecks of copper shimmers give your lips just the right amount of sparkle when applied. It glides easily over your lips as it delivers intense pigment in just one coat. Plus, it’s able to last up to 12 hours.

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Le Rouge N° 501 lipstick is infused with Acmella Oleracea extract to help smooth your lips. If this extract sounds a little familiar to you, this might be because Acmella Oleracea extract is usually found in anti-ageing products.

It also contains hyaluronic acid to firm, plump, and moisturise your lips. Finally, Copper Nude N° 501 uses fine oils to condition and nourish dry, chapped lips.

Watch this space, because the Givenchy Le Rouge N° 501 is part of the brand’s larger Holiday Makeup Collection 2021 and will be released on 28 October 2021!

Givenchy Le Rouge N° 501 in Copper Nude retails for S$55 at Givenchy’s Takashimaya counter and Sephora from 28 October 2021.

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