Read on for the limited edition beauty products adding a little oink and a lot of good fortune to your stash Rock a festive red lip this Chinese New Year with Givenchy's red and gold blossom print limited edition Le Rouge lipstick. Take one legendary highlighter, emboss it with a pig just in time for Chinese New Year, and you've got the most covetable beauty product since Rihanna launched foundation. Hourglass' iconic blusher gets a dusky pink makeover for Chinese New Year. Sweep this limited edition shade onto the apples of your cheeks for a moodier take on a healthy flush. The most adorable way to celebrate the lunar new year, crack open Benefit's piggy bank to reveal three of their iconic make-up products in miniature.
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Not only are the ingredients in Japanese and Korean formulas unique and, well, straight-up fun, but they're also influenced by eastern medicine and a centuries-old emphasis on good skincare, making them just as effective—if not more so, in some cases—than American products. Plus, who wouldn't want to play with a snail-based toner or egg-white cleanser in the name of beauty? This Korean beauty brand is famous for its food-based products, but none rival the popularity of its beloved pore foam, which uses egg whites to temporarily tighten fine lines and mattify oily skin after each use. Don't worry—the 96 percent snail mucin in this essence isn't the same slime you'd get from a sidewalk snail; it's a processed, cosmetically elegant version that's collected from edible snails.
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Chinese New Year [a] or generally referred to as Lunar New Year globally is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. Observances traditionally take place from the evening preceding the first day of the year to the Lantern Festival , held on the 15th day of the year. The first day of Chinese New Year begins on the new moon that appears between 21 January and 20 February.
And the bottom line is pretty clear: These products cater to an extremely lucrative market, the Chinese. At least they used actual Chinese models, unlike Canadian retailer Simons, which is facing online criticism for its very white campaign. Hey simons , why are there only white people celebrating lunar new year in your email? Another question: why are there only white people in your email? Unsubscribing pic.