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Sunday 28 December 2014

Salma Hayek in Birchbox collaboration

CANCUN, CA - APRIL 18:  Actress Salma Hayek attends the "Grown Ups 2" Photo Call at The 5th Annual Summer Of Sony at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on April 18, 2013 in Cancun, Mexico.  (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Sony Pictures)
Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek will treat Birchbox subscribers with goodies from her beauty line, Nuance Salma Hayek.

The Mexican-born actress has had huge success with Nuance Salma Hayek, her body, skin care and cosmetics line, which she launched exclusively at CVS in 2011.

A selection of samples from her range will now be mailed to subscribers of Birchbox, a US company that provides consumers with a selection of beauty samples every month for $10.

“My main focus is to bring excellent products and ingredients to women of all economic levels,” Salma told People magazine. "This Birchbox collaboration enables women to have a luxurious and affordable beauty routine with products that are truly effective.”

Among the items that subscribers will receive in May include Salma's Mamey Fruit Volumizing shampoo and conditioner, AM/PM Anti-Aging Super Cream and her Lights, Camera, Action eye trio (a must-have for an instant smoky eye). The box itself makes a pretty keepsake, adorned with a hot pink print inspired by the botanicals used in the star's packaging.

Last year, Salma added a nail category to Nuance, a high quality beauty line she created to honour the beauty secrets of her grandmother, a cosmetologist who studied at Vichy Labs in Paris, and who also combined Native American and Mayan remedies into her potions.

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