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Elle India|October 2021
Meet the brand-new arrivals all set to shake up your dressers and make-up kits

ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS BROW PEN

Anastasia Beverly Hills is known for its professional-grade eyebrow products that even celebrities like Kim Kardashian swear by. This Brow Pen is a new addition to an already stellar range and we can’t seem to get enough of it. The waterproof formula glides without snagging and a superfine tip helps create definition. Add this to your arsenal for full, thick and artistically crafted arches.

Price: 2,489

MANISH MALHOTRA BEAUTY BY MYGLAMM HONEY & NUTMEG HYDRATING SHEET MASK

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