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New Bobbi Brown Foundation Sticks for Spring 2014

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Bobbi Brown has taken foundation to a whole new level with their iconic foundation stick that is provides adjustable coverage and easy enough to take anywhere. Now this spring Bobbi Brown gives its foundation stick a makeover by adding a unique transparent base plus skin tone-correcting pigments for a completely natural look. No need to worry about having a heavy feel on your face as the new foundation sticks are weightless in nature and creamy to the touch and are made with olive oil extracts and Shea butter to locate in moisture, light diffusing powders and oil controlling minerals for perfectly smooth skin.

The new shades added to the Bobbi Brown Foundation Sticks for Spring 2014 are:

Espresso

Cool Sand

Golden Natural

Golden Honey

Golden Almond

Chestnut

Bobbi Brown Foundation Sticks now boasts 24 shades to choose from so no matter what your skin tone is you're more than likely to find one just right for you for the most versatile foundation to date.

Each stick has a price tag of $44 and can be purchased at Nordstrom, Sephora, Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's stores as well as online at http://www.bobbibrowncosmetics.com,

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