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Celebrate love with the Marc Jacobs Pride makeup collection

United States, Washington, Seattle Gay Pride Parade, June 28th, 2015. Woman with rainbow colored lips. MR.
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It's officially Pride Month! In honor of the celebration, Marc Jacobs Pride makeup unveiled a lip gloss collection that will have you "enamored."

The month of June is reserved for celebrating love and what better way to express yourself than with a bold makeup look. Whether you decide to pair your lip color with the best summer dresses of 2021 or match it with one of your favorite eyeshadow palettes, this collection only aims to please.

Unlike most lip glosses, these were designed in a stick form so you can apply it almost like lipstick. It also comes in five festive shades including a baby pink “Pink-Kiki,” purple “Hips Don’t Lilac,” apricot “Wet Your Lips,” mauve “Coming Out,” and a clear “Dancing Sheen.”

The formula is made from a vitamin-rich kahai oil which encourages hydration— meaning lips feeling nourished and most importantly, not sticky.

In an effort to continue supporting communities in need, the brand will also be donating $10,000 each to SAGE USA, which aims to support older LGBT adults, and Fondation Le Refuge a non-profit organization that aims to support LGBTQ+ youths.

No matter what look you're going for, use these colors to amplify your eye look with one of the neutral shades, or gold bold and make your lips centerstage.

What's even better though is that the entire collection is currently half off—and who doesn't love a good sale? Get ready to celebrate Pride in style and make sure to shop the collection below if you're looking for a shimmery gloss to complete your Pride look.

Marc Jacobs Enamored (with Pride) Collection

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