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YSL launches its first oil-based lip tint

Will 2015 be the year of the hybrid makeup revolution? Yves Saint Laurent Beauty could take things in that direction with its Volupté Tint-In-Oil, a lip colour that combines intense colour with nourishing ingredients.

Volupté Tint-In-Oil by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. © Yves Saint Laurent (...)

Volupté Tint-In-Oil by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. © Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

This lip oil is designed to condition the lips while delivering long-lasting, vibrant colour. It’s all thanks to YSL Beauty’s Colour Link Infuser technology, which defies the natural separation of oil and water to distribute pigments evenly throughout the oil.

Available in eight shades ranging from bronze to dark purple (including pink, red, orange and gold hues), this next-generation product is formulated with five natural oils (apricot seed, macadamia, coriander, jojoba and passion fruit).

Cara Delevingne models Volupté Tint-In-Oil by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. © (...)

Cara Delevingne models Volupté Tint-In-Oil by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. © Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

To turn the spotlight on its innovation, the luxury brand enlisted British supermodel Cara Delevingne, who is already a regular face in YSL Beauty campaigns and will now appear wearing the new makeup item.

The Volupté Tint-In-Oil by Yves Saint Laurent goes on sale from January 26, 2015.

With AFP/Relaxnews

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