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Dallas shop blows out beauty offerings with new celebrity-loved brands

Dallas shop blows out beauty offerings with new celebrity-loved brands

Equido lashes
No animals are harmed in the making of Esqido mink fur lashes. Esquido/Facebook
Rouge Bunny Rouge makeup
Rouge Bunny Rouge is exclusive to Forty Five Ten in Dallas. Courtesy photo
Mila Moursi skincare
Mila Moursi is one of the new beauty lines carried at Forty Five Ten. Courtesy photo
Equido lashes
Rouge Bunny Rouge makeup
Mila Moursi skincare

Forty Five Ten, Dallas purveyor of all things fabulous, has just expanded the store’s beauty offerings. In addition to the lineup of makeup, skin and hair care products, and fragrances, the McKinney Avenue shop also brought on a full-time resident makeup artist.

Among the new — and mainly celebrity-endorsed — offerings are Surratt Beauty, a makeup line from artist Troy Surratt that combines the elegance of Paris and innovation of Tokyo; luxurious Esqido lashes; organic-yet prestige Kjaer Weis makeup; Mila Moursi face and body treatments; Dr. Sebagh anti-aging products; Rubis Tweezers, considered to be the “Ferrari of cosmetic tweezers”; Serge Lutens and Eight & Bob fragrance brands; and Sachajuan hair care products.

The resident makeup artist is Brandon Navarro, a 15-year veteran who has worked with such brands as Estée Lauder, Mac, Laura Mercier, Shu Uemura, and Le Metier. Appointments with Navarro are not required but are recommended.

“Our expanded cosmetics department is a preview of what is to come with our new downtown Dallas flagship, Forty Five Ten on Main, opening next fall,” said owner Brian Bolke in a release. “Our new introductions are an exclusive curation of the ‘best of the best’ beauty brands. Many are hard to find, all are exclusive to Dallas, and some are exclusive to the U.S. We know that beauty fanatics will be right at home.”