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Exclusive: Rare Beauty’s Spring Collection Is a Masterclass in Makeup Minimalism

And that’s where the All-Over Eye Shadow Brush comes in. It’s got a fluffy, tapered tip so application really only requires two steps: swipe some shadow all over the lid then wipe the brush lightly back and forth until it’s all blended out. 

Thorne used the brush to create a seamless blend between Nearly Berry, Nearly Mauve, and Nearly Rose and loved the results — but still wishes these shadows could come in a few deeper shades more suited to her skin tone.

Gabi wears Rare Beauty Stay Vulnerable blush in Nearly Mauve, eye shadow in Nearly Rose, and balm in Nearly Berry.

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Take it from two people who have no issue wearing neon eyeliner just to take out the trash: Even if neutral makeup isn’t your vibe, you’ll like Rare’s new offerings, if anything, for their seamless and comfortable textures. As a hardass Virgo, I also have to appreciate the dedication to a cohesive theme, down to the packaging and identical shade ranges. 

If part of your New Year’s ritual is clearing out your expired beauty products and making room for new ones, we wouldn’t blame you one bit if you made the Stay Vulnerable collection a staple in your new everyday routine. After trying it for ourselves, it’ll be hard not to. 

Nicola wears Rare Beauty Stay Vulnerable blush, eye shadow, and balm in Nearly Neutral. 

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Rare Beauty’s Stay Vulnerable collection, $15-21, is available starting January 7 at 12 a.m. ET from

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