OFRA's Metallic Lipsticks Are Coming Back, But Only At This Online Shop
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Remember way back at the begging of the metallic lip craze for a second. Back when OFRA Cosmetics created three super shimmery colors that were perfect for summer. Well, they're back! According to their Instagram post, OFRA is re-releasing their Metallic Liquid Lipsticks for a limited time. There's only one online shop to buy them, and it's probably not the one you think. Grab your wallets and get ready to shine, because these lippies are perfect for summer.

Makeup trends are constantly changing. Between seasonal products and new launches, it's almost hard to keep up — until now. Instead of creating a new summer launch, OFRA Cosmetics is bringing back their Summer 2016 Metallic Liquid Lipsticks. The four shades — Santorini, Utopia, Atlantis, and Fantasia — might be from last year, but they're definitely not out of style.

According to the social media post, the Metallic Liquid Lipsticks are only available at Ulta.com. You won't find the metallic and triple-chrome formula anywhere else. Not even the OFRA website. The brand didn't say whether or not these are limited edition, like they were the first time around, or if they're going to be permanent to the website. Bustle reached out to OFRA for comment.

In case you missed the makeup memo, OFRA is not sold at Ulta.com. Unfortunately, the products aren't in stores yet, but this is still pretty exciting. It's nice to see them have products exclusive to the beauty stop too. As of June 10, there are 19 products that you can shop on the website, and this metallic launch looks like a sign that there are plenty more to come.

Here's a quick refresher, if you don't remember how gorgeous the lippies are. The shine on these products are unreal. Each of the four shades are available right now on the Ulta website for $17 each. Unfortunately, you won't be able to bundle them like you were able to the first time around.

So what are you waiting for? Head to Ulta.com and snag these lippies up before it's too late. After all, it's not every day that a brand brings back four of their discontinued products.