Lip Swatch Saturday – Gerard Cosmetics “1995”

It’s the lipstick that started the 90’s grunge lip renaissance – Gerard Cosmetics in “1995”.

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I remember being *so* excited to get my hands on this because, at the time, Jaclyn Hill had created this with Gerard Cosmetics (although since then she has severed ties with the brand).  I didn’t need to think to myself “can I pull this shade off?”, I just added it to my cart and checked out.

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