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Tom Ford Does Metallics, Makes Other Makeup Jealous

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    After launching what is widely thought of (at least in the R29 offices) as the most perfect makeup line ever, we didn't think there was anywhere else for Tom Ford to go. Oh how wrong we were: This spring marks the launch of Ford's first seasonal collection for his eponymous makeup line and it's a sexy, sultry take on metallics. The collection includes four new nail lacquers, a new lip lacquer, and four cream eyeshadows — a first for the line.

    We've got your exclusive first look at the ad campaign for this limited-edition collection and it's our new everything. Shot by Ford himself, with makeup by Charlotte Tilbury, model Mirta Maas appears in the images absolutely dripping in molten metals. Click through to peep the images and check out the all the shiny new products. The collection won't be in stores until April, but a few of the products are available for pre-order. We highly recommend jumping on that — we predict these heavy metal beautifiers will be gone in a flash.

    Will any of these gilded goodies make your must-buy list for spring?

    Photo: Courtesy of Tom Ford

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