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Ellis Red

August 16, 2013

Sometimes, blood can be beautiful

Looking for a red lip color that goes with any and every skin shade? The answer is just below the surface.  Ellis Faas Cosmetics' new red shade of lipcolor is based on the natural color of blood.

"The color of blood is the same in all of us, so therefore it doesn't clash with anyone's skin. Ellis Red is loved by women who never wore any other red lipstick before, as well as by red lipstick die-hards," the company reasons.

You can view the eye-opening video here.

And lean more about the company at www.ellisfaas.com

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