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Rae Cosmetics "Game Day" makeup-set aligns with fall runways and Texas Longhorns
Ladies: Ever wanted a more, say, understated way to show your Texas pride at UT football games? You know, a way to be a true Longhorn fan without slapping one of those obnoxious longhorn stickers on your cheek—a show of pride that inevitably ends in an unfortunate sunburn after a long day at the stadium.
The Game Day Set consists of burnt orange and bronze eyeshadow shades paired with Pixie Lucky lips, a subtle natural coral shade. "I created this set because of the widespread passion for the University of Texas," says Rae. "It's also a great coincidence that so many shades of orange and coral are hot this fall, so UT burnt orange is definitely fashionable."
But let me tell you why this is particularly appealing. Because this makeup is water and mineral-based, it is soft and gentle, and you won't end up looking like a clown who painted her face in a failed attempt to replicate high fashion trends.
Moreover, you won't sweat away the hard work you put into your peepers and pout once you hit the triple-digit heat. Rae, an award-winning makeup artist, spent two years studying the makings of makeup that would be heat, humidity and perspiration resistant. Having gone as far as to test her products on professional athletes who then gave their seals of approval, consumers are now fanatic over Climate Control Mineral Tint, in particular.
So if you're like me and hate wearing Longhorn t-shirts and face-stickers, consider the Game Day set your pridefully refined football season investment.
The "Game Day Set" retails for $58