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Glossier launches new butter balm and cookie cutter – inspired by autumn

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Autumnal-themed beauty just got better (Picture: Glossier)

We’re approaching Christmas, so that can only mean more Glossier branded items are on the horizon.

Already you can get a hoodie, water bottle and duffle bag with the covetable logo plastered on – and now you can add cookie cutter to that list, too.

And what shape is this cookie cutter? Ah yes, of course: the Glossier ‘G’.

Beauty fans can take their seasonal bakes to the next level this year.

It’s free with orders over £50, or £7 to buy outright and will only be available for a limited time.

Said to be ‘inspired by fresh out of the oven cookies and the tastes, scents, and cosiness of the changing seasons’, it comes as the support item for the brand’s newest Balm Dotcom – this time in Cookie Butter flavour.

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Add a warm tint to your lips (Picture: Glossier)

Just like their other bestselling lip balms, this is formulated with a mix of oils, waxes and fruit extracts to nourish chapped skin.

Only this time, the balm comes in a caramel-toned tint, to give lips the softest hint of warm, gingery colour.

It’s the perfect autumnal beauty staple, complete with ‘a touch of cinnamon-y spiced butter biscuit taste.’

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With a touch of cinnamon to scent (Picture: Glossier)

Just like the Glossier’s last limited edition balm, the Fig one, this is predicted to be a fast sell-out, especially as it’s so perfect for the season.

While £25 might sound like a steep price point for a balm, Glossier’s tube in generously sized, meaning you’ll have this in your bag for seasons to come.

When lips are dried out from the cold and in need of some TLC but you don’t want to compromise on colour, tinted balms are the way to go.

Usually not as hydrating as non-tinted versions, Glossier’s products defy the norm and are strong all-round.

Regardless, we know you want it for the cookie cutter.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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