Tatcha has just dropped a new product inspired by a fan favourite!

Alexandra Hourigan 25 October 2017 NEWS

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Time to thank Tatcha because this is about to be your new Holiday go-to.

It's no secret Tatcha know how to create gorgeous make up products. I mean, if Kylie Jenner and Drew Barrymore both swear by the brand, we definitely have high hopes surrounding it.

As if Tatcha needed to get any better the brand went and surprised everyone with a new product inspired by a fan favourite, the Kyoto Red Silk Lipstick. A red lip is always a winner but now the brand has upped its game with the limited edition Kyoto Red Tinted Lip Oil and we want it now. As in, like, right now.

Tatcha's Instagram describes it as a new take on the classic red lip and it contains 95% botanical oils, perfect for nourishing and plumping lips with hydration, which we're all about. Additionally, this is a product with options as you can choose to leave your lips with a glossy and sheer red finish or can also layer it over any lipstick for a luminous sheen and smooth finish but a more bold look.

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Be quick, Tatcha definitely isn't expecting this product to stick around for long and have limited sales of one per customer. It comes in perfect time for the gorgeous red holiday lip and let's be honest, can you ever have too many red lip products?

You can purchase this limited edition lip oil from the Tatcha website or check out the other range of Tatcha products that are also available at MECCA.

If you manage to get your hands on it, show us your look on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, @finderstyle.

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