Gigi Hadid’s Affordable Makeup Line is Going to be Everything

She's teaming up with Maybelline

Gigi Hadid's Affordable Makeup Line is Going to be Everything

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Fashion’s It girl Gigi Hadid has done a lot of collaborations over the years, including three with Tommy Hilfiger. But this is the first time one of her collabs will be on the affordable side of things and found in drugstores, meaning you can totally stock up.

A year in the making.. #GIGIxMAYBELLINE COMING SOON. @maybelline 🦋💄✨

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Gigi’s collection with Maybelline has been “a year in the making” according to her recent Instagram post. Everything’s been kept under wraps, though, and the only item we know for sure will be a part of it is the Jetsetter Palette. It’s available in the UK now and coming to US Ulta stores and online soon.


The beautiful Jetsetter Palette includes everything you need in one perfectly pink package: concealer, mascara, blush, highlighter, eyeshadow, bronzer, and lip balm. It even comes with a two brushes — one that’s dual-sided — so it’s great if you’re on-the-go (or, in Gigi’s case, jetsetting around the world).

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Retailing at Ulta for $29.99, the palette is at least $20 less than most eyeshadow palettes out there. Thanks for keeping it real for us, Gigi!

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The Jetsetter Palette sold out almost immediately in the UK, but in an Instagram caption, Maybelline promised, “If you weren’t able to get your hands on the Jetsetter palette today, don’t worry! There’s so much more to come… stay tuned!”

Keep an eye on Maybelline and Gigi for news as the rest of the collection launches.

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