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This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Color collection debuts in smoky green and gold and brown plum shades as part of 150-SKU cosmetics line introduction into select Nordstrom stores in June and Bergdorf Goodman in August. Developed by eyebrow specialist Anastasia Soare, the collection includes brow powder, brow pencil and brow pomade. Other products include blush, powder, concealer, foundation, eyeshadow and lipstick. Products range in price from $19 for eyeliner to $47.50 for foundation

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