Dior Cosmetics: ‘Hard Candy’ is not a natural candy product

Dior cosmetics is offering a hard candy makeup and hair product line for a limited time, after the company released a line of lipsticks and nail polishes.

The cosmetics giant said it has added three lipsticks, three nail polish and a blush to the collection.

The new line is a collaboration with CVS Caremark, a specialty store in St. Louis, which has a full-line of natural, organic and cruelty-free cosmetics, the company said in a statement.

The new collection is available in 18 shades, and each shade is made from the same ingredients.

“We are proud to be working with CVC to create a new line of natural beauty products,” said Dior’s CEO Daniel Laudon.

Laudon said the new line will offer an affordable, high-performance line for women and girls, with products that are “designed to bring out the best in each woman, as well as the best qualities of their hair, nails, skin and body.”

The Hard Candy line features three lip products, three lip colors, a blush, two lip liners, two nail polishing products, and a lip tint.

It is priced at $14.99 a tube.

Dior Cosmetica launched a Hard Candy Collection at a Black Friday event in New York in November.

The brand is also offering a collection of products inspired by “all the colors, sounds, smells, tastes and things you love about Christmas, New Year’s, birthdays and holidays,” the statement said.

Hard Candy is a limited-edition line of products with the Dior brand, but it is not the same as a hard-to-find, hard- to-find-at-Target product.

CVS Caremarks Hard Candy lipsticks come in three different shades, all made with ingredients from the brand’s Hard Candy range.

The shades range from black to pink to blue, with a base of high-quality, organic ingredients.

They are also available in a wide variety of hues, from white to rose to orange.

The shade range also includes a color, a powder, and an applicator.

Like Dior, CVS is not releasing a Hard Curly collection.

It launched the Doria collection in October.

This is not Diorcare’s first foray into cruelty-fied beauty.

Dior Caremark is launching a line that uses ingredients from a limited number of animals, including horses, pigs, dogs and cows.

The company has said that it will not use animal ingredients in its new line.

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