Just In Time For The Holidays, Glossier Launched A Customizable Makeup Set

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This is big

The internet's favorite beauty brand, Glossier, has finally answered our collective pleas for an expansive makeup set to go along with the brand's ever-popular Skincare Set—and just in time for the holidays.

Today, the brand launched the Makeup Set, which, according to the press release, will replace the Phase 2 set that it used to sell. The Phase 2 set consisted of a concealer and Generation G lipstick; the new iteration includes three of its most coveted products: the Boy Brow eyebrow gel, Lash Slick mascara, and Cloud Paint blush.

Customers will be able to essentially build their own set: You can choose which shades of Boy Brow and Cloud Paint you want to snag (Lash Slick only comes in one color, though). And at a cost of $40, you'll be saving $10 off the grand total of the three sold separately.

The brand also launched a You Look Good Pocket Mirror, which is a tiny iteration of Glossier's flagship mirror (yes, the one that you've seen all over Instagram). It comes with every purchase over $50 (with the promo code YOULOOKGOOD) and will also be sold separately for $10 while supplies last.

You can get the Makeup Set on Glossier's website.

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