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Oftentimes when you’re on the hunt for beauty products, a new makeup gem will come to you by surprise in the form of a music video drop. The latest of them being Lady Gaga’s Haus Labs products that made a cameo in the “Stupid Love” music video. Not to mention, both products are on Amazon for under $25.
The start of the video begins with Gaga and her dancers in a variation of hot pink looks, which fans can thank the power of Haus Labs’ Le Monster Matte Lip Crayon in the shade Hot Rod. The bold hue is a refreshing and colorful addition to the Haus Labs collection. Not to mention, Hot Rod is one of 11 highly pigmented shades.
An oldie but goodie, Gaga also showcases the Liquid Eye-Lie-Ner in the color-filled video. Doing anything conventionally is far from the Lady Gaga way, and her use of this product is no exception. Serving Euphoria-esque makeup vibes, she uses the liner around her eyes to create a wide cat-eye in her inner and outer corner.
Thankfully, you can get the “Stupid Love” look in no time with your prime account since Haus Labs is exclusively sold at Amazon. You can snag the bright-colored lippies for $18 and the Amazon Choice liquid liner for $20. Take a look at the “Stupid Love”-approved products below.
Shop: Haus Labs Le Monster Matte Lip Crayon, $18
Available in shades Dust (nude pink), Talk Dirty (nude mauve), Power Move (light rose), Fire Me (deep orange), Miami Tango (reddish orange), 1950 (firetruck red), Mastered (cherry red), Greaser (light fuchsia), Hot Rod (shown above), Rebel (deep pink), Destroyer (berry) and Pusher (merlot red).
Shop: Haus Labs Liquid Eye-Lie-Ner, $20
Available in demi matte deep whiskey and matte black.
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