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Napoleon Perdis Puts A (Love) Bird On It

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    As Valentine's Day approaches, we've developed a renewed appreciation for symbols of love that aren't pink hearts. Well, Napoleon Perdis has done just that. The brand's limited-edition Love Birds Collection is just about the sweetest, most original way to say, "Together, forever." (This week, at least).

    The collection features five color-coordinated lip-gloss/nail-polish duos in a gorgeous bag inspired by the painting "Love Birds" by Australian artist Felicia Aroney. We love the cheeky comparison of perfectly matched makeup to a loving relationship between our feathered friends. So, we'd like to motion to make tiny love birds the new V-Day symbol, in general.

    The products within the case are also lovely. The heavily pigmented lip glosses are super moisturizing with the help of vitamin E and castor seed oil, and it's really convenient to have a matching nail polish already selected. This would make a great gift, but we're not sure how anyone could purchase this and then not just keep it for herself.

    Click through to see all the colors it comes in.


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