Is Taylor Swift's Next Breakup With...Her Makeup?

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Taylor Swift had a big year in 2014, you know. She wore a lot of outfits, had a brief stint as a (sort of) brunette, and sold 1.3 million copies of her brand-new album 1989 in its debut week. She has been one busy lady.
Naturally, 2015 will be an even bigger year for the star, right? We imagine Taylor as the type to make vision boards — perhaps with BFFs Lena Dunham and Karlie Kloss — while wearing matching nightgowns, naturally. And, maybe, just maybe, there's a picture on that big, colorful board that's all about beauty. Perhaps, on this board, there is not a cat-eye nor a red lip to be found.
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At least, that's what we (and Vogue.com) imagine — that Taylor is ready to embrace pinky-nude lips and smudged eyeliner for this destined-to-be-fabulous new year. That's just about all we can surmise from the recently posted Instagram above — her first selfie of 2015.
All we have to say is, she better release the video for "Style" before she kisses her signature beauty look goodbye. Because, what about that "red lip classic thing that you like"?


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