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Haughty Cosmetics new line of lip glosses. Photo provided by Haughty Cosmetics.
Haughty Cosmetics new line of lip glosses. Photo provided by Haughty Cosmetics.

Haughty Cosmetics launches its new line of makeup to fight violence against women.
By Roshan Farazad

Michelle Coyle and Becky Lee (Photo by: Anchyi Wei and Marcus Bennett )

Haughty Cosmetics recently released their “Perfect Finish Lip Gloss,” that claims to provide moisturizing and conditioning effects on the lip, because of the Vitamin E and Provitamin B5, while still adding color and shine. The new line features ten various colors, ranging from neutral tones to bright reds and rosy pinks.

Photo By: Anchyi Wei and Marcus Bennett

Michelle Coyle, 29, started the line of cosmetics after graduating from business and beauty school. As a survivor of domestic abuse, Coyle decided to combine her love of cosmetics with her passion to end domestic violence.

Michelle Coyle, founder of Haughty Cosmetics. Photo provided by Haughty Cosmetics.

Haughty Cosmetics donates 50 percent of its profit to support the fight violence against women. This includes domestic violence prevention education programs that help young men and women in high school who may get involved in dangerous relationships.

The makeup line recently held their launch event in DC and donated half of the proceeds to Becky’s Fund, a non-profit organization focused on domestic abuse awareness and education.

For more information on Haughty Cosmetics, check out their website.

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