Offered in an exclusive Supreme shade of red, the bullet lipstick is packaged is in a red box that opens with a paper button and string closure.
Cardi (real name Belcalis Almánzar) opened the package and tested in on the back of her hand while describing the container and the lipstick as “cute” and a “collector’s item.”
Perhaps reflecting a sponsorship deal, Cardi’s makeup artist, Erika La’ Pearl, made use of Pat McGrath Labs makeup for the visual for Cardi’s No. 1 single “WAP” featuring Megan thee Stallion. For her part in the video, La’ Pearl also received a teaser Supreme and Pat McGrath Labs lipstick.
The special item is part of Supreme’s fall 2020 collection and while it doesn’t have a launch date, the fact Cardi is teasing it means it’s probably dropping sooner than later.
Watch Cardi and La’ Pearl test out their Supreme and Pat McGrath Labs lipsticks below.
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