Have you been trying to copy those iconic Gwen Stefani makeup looks since the singer's No Doubt days? Then you'll go positively B-A-N-A-N-A-S for the star's new makeup line, GXVE.
Sold exclusively on Sephora's website, this debut beauty collection is minimal, but packs a big punch with red lipstick, metallic eyeliners—soon to join the best eyeliner options in our vanity—shimmery eyeshadows and more. (Plus, the face oil will be a lifesaver if you're experiencing winter skin.)
Now is the time to study up makeup tips and eyeliner hacks to channel the pop-punk princess' bold style. If you feel inclined to rock out to "Return to Saturn" on repeat upon hearing this news, just know you're not alone.
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Shop the Gwen Stefani makeup line, GXVE:
Although GXVE only features eight different types of products, shoppers will have no problem stocking up their carts—the clean, vegan and cruelty-free goodies are difficult to resist. Explore the full GXVE by Gwen Stefani collection on the Sephora website.
Psst: each item is named after one of No Doubt's best tracks. Turn on "Just a Girl" and start browsing. If you're using the Spotify Color Palette tool during your online shopping binge, all signs point to red, similar to Stefani's signature lip.
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BRB, just digging our plaid red pants and Converse high tops out of the closet!
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