Olivia Palermo unveils new make-up range

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Olivia Palermo constantly has fans coveting her flawless beauty looks, and now the 29-year-old has caused a frenzy amongst beauty addicts with the news that she is launching a make-up range. The New York fashionista's new collection features as part of her work as the creative director of Ciaté London, following her already successful line of limited edition nail polishes.


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Olivia Palermo has created a range of make-up for Ciaté London

The new range, which will be available to buy on August 21 at ciatelondon.com, features 11 products including eyebrow palettes, bronzers and lipsticks, as well as the 'Cheekbone Cheat' blusher-bronzer to re-create the star's striking contoured look.

"When developing the collection I wanted to create a variety of textures and shades in the same way I love to mix patterns, fabrics and accessories to style the perfect outfit," she said in a statement.

From the 'Satin Kiss' lipstick to 'Smoked Out' eyeliners, the star revealed that she had spent a lot of time choosing the right names for her limited edition products.

The new range is comprised of 11 products

"Many of the names were chosen to represent not only the hue but the unique textures specially developed for this collection," she said. "Others are eclectic touches from my own life and style – I can’t wait for you to play and discover the products I had so much fun creating."

The star has already created nail polish ranges for Ciaté since joining in January this year, but this marks the first time she has created a make-up range for the brand. At the time she was appointed, she revealed her excitement at taking on a new role in the world of fashion and beauty.

"I'm so thrilled to be working with Ciaté London as Creative Director for 2015, bringing to life my ideas for colour cosmetics for the first time," read a statement from the former The City star.

"I'm an admirer of their innovation, I've enjoyed the creative process and I'm looking forward to the launch of the products coming to life."

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