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This Week’s Need-to-Know Beauty News

From Billie Eilish's unintended mullet to Drunk Elephant's "elephant in the room".

Glossier releases brush-point liquid eyeliner, Pro Tip

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A liquid liner that gets to the point 📌

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Earlier this week, Glossier graced our IG timelines with a scribble of black eyeliner marking the brand’s liner debut. The product is called Pro Tip — a brush-point liquid eyeliner, claiming to draw the sharpest of lines in the truest of blacks. According to the American brand, the liner allows you to “get a smooth, precise line every time.” Plus, it’s long-wearing with a smudge-resistant formula, as well as vegan and cruelty-free. Expect to see many a precise cat-eye flick on your feeds really soon.

Drunk Elephant will soon be launching a hair product

When Jennifer Aniston’s trusted hairstylist Chris McMillan posted to Instagram this week, he accidentally hinted at a hair product by skincare line Drunk Elephant. In a shot of Aniston’s red carpet look promoting The Morning Show, McMillan listed all of the products he used on her hair. Amongst them, a Drunk Elephant detangling spray. A few people were puzzled in the comments, expressing they weren’t able to locate the detangler, but replies from the brand included “Not available quite yet *kissing face emoji*!” and “Coming soon *radiating heart emoji*”. Watch this space.

Billie Eilish sported an accidental mullet hairdo

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It’s official: Billie Eilish can make anything look cool, even if she didn’t intend to. Last weekend, Eilish attended the LACMA Art+Film Gala rocking what appeared to be a mullet. In a video of the young star walking through the airport, Eilish confirmed that she hadn’t exactly been planning on the style but her hair was burnt off in the process of getting it dyed. What would anyone else’s worst nightmare, Eilish is handling as her usual cool self. However, this doesn’t mean that she’s going to turn it into a permanent style. “I’m growing that sh*t out,” she told a TMZ reporter.