They may be best known for their gorgeously scented bath bombs, but cosmetic company Lush are set to test a line of solid foundations in 40 different shades.
🐈 The cat is out the bag!🌈Whooo! 👏🏻We can finally shout about this super dooper news, now that the inspirational @rowenabird has mentioned it in her story!🌸🌷 A mahoosive spectrum (40 to be precise) of cruelty free naked foundation shades coming to stores soon! Playfully called #slapsticks !🌷 I have a feeling these will be making an appearance this Friday for the #lushlabs ?!😏You heard it here first!💚💙💜🧡💛❤️ What a fab week for Lushies!🌝🌚 💁🏻♀️ #selfloveandlush #bathtime #lush #lushemployee #veganbeauty #lushie #vegan #selfcare #selflove #crueltyfree #lushlincoln #lushwhitecity #lushlabs #lushkitchen #crueltyfreemakeup #lushfoundation #bignews #firsttoknow #winning
The company, which already offers cosmetic items such as mascara, eyeliner and highlighter, will launch their new Slap Sticks – egg-shaped foundations – on June 29.
According to Lush’s website, Slap Sticks will be available in a range of cool, warm and neutral shades and will be a blend of 45 percent coconut oil, candelilla, Turkish wax and Sunflower.
Secret’s out now isn’t it! Slap Stick Solid Foundation, 40 shades, not a pump or bottle in sight. Their first outing is this Friday online through #lushlabs Created through a lot of hard work by our product inventor @kathleenjneary, very proud 👏 second picture is Jemma’s, how she stores hers, time to get inventive and see what you can reuse that works for you #lushmakeup
Since the brand is testing the formula of the new solid foundation, Slap Sticks will only be available for a month through the Lush Labs project and sadly U.S. Lush beauty fans won’t be able to purchase Slap Sticks in the United States. According to Cosmopolitan, the product won’t be available for sale in the States thanks to “delays with product fulfillment” but will be available in 18 different countries.