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Tom Ford launches small-size lipsticks with Brazilian murmuru butter

The American designer has unveiled a new line of lipsticks inspired by the different men in his life.

Tom Ford got inspired by a range of men, from close family and friends to collaborators and men he finds inspiring. The Lips & Boys collection features 50 different male names including James, Henry, Stavros and Francesco.

"I like the idea of lipsticks named after boys," explains Ford. "Why commit to one when you can have several?" he also quips (we hope husband Richard Buckley isn’t reading).

"Diego" from the Lips & Boys lipstick collection by Tom Ford © Tom (...)

"Diego" from the Lips & Boys lipstick collection by Tom Ford © Tom Ford

Each lipstick come in a small ’clutch-size’ lipstick case, with 50 colours going on sale for one day only on November 28. They will then reappear in Tom Ford stores and stockists on December 26.

The formulations are designed to provide a rich finish with soja seed extract, brazilian murumuru butter and chamomilla flower oil for a creamy texture.

With AFP/Relaxnews

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