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Look: Tom Ford's Sexy Collection of 100 Lipsticks Now in Manila

Meet Tom Ford’s Boys & Girls collection-composed of 100 lipsticks inspired by 50 men and 50 women in his life.
IMAGE COURTESY TOM FORD
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When Tom Ford Beauty launched in the Philippines late last year, its 50 Boys arrived ahead of the Girls. This year, the collection is completed with six new additions to the original 50 Lips & Boys (in TF’s signature mahogany case) and 50 sensuous lipsticks for the Girls line, cased in ivory.

The collection has every possible texture and finish, from matte, creamy, and metallic to sheer, glossy, and ultra-creamy. Interestingly, the 100 mini-sized lipsticks are named after the designer’s closest friends.

Meet Jake, for instance, inspired by actor Jake Gyllenhaal, a shimmery pink you can wear for daily looks. There’s also the bestselling Drake, named after the rapper, which is a metallic plum whose buildable texture can take you from day to night. Collin is another favorite from the Boys line, a pearly light plum that’s not too warm and not too cool, making it the plum for most skin shades. If you’re looking for a red shade, try Warren (inspired by Warren Buffett), a bright brick to make you feel like a billionaire.

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The Girls are equally cool, featuring feminine palettes in sheer and full-coverage formulas. Grace is a favorite, a full-coverage red-orange that’s named after Grace Coddington, and Kyra, works like a lip balm with deep moisturizing benefits. With a hundred wonderful options, know that you don’t have to commit to just one Boy… or Girl. Tom Ford Beauty boutique, Rustan’s Makati, 813.3739.

This story was originally published in the April 2018 issue of Town&Country.

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Nicole’s career in publishing began in 2006. Before becoming Town & Country online’s managing editor, she moved from features editor to beauty editor of the title’s print edition. “The lessons in publishing are countless,” she says. “The most crucial ones for me? That to write best about life, you need to live your life. And another I still struggle to live by: ‘Brevity is a virtue; verbosity is a vice.’”
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