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Soon, Kirsten Dunst's beauty line?

Kirsten Dunst would be interested in launching a line of 'inexpensive' beauty products. During an interview with USA Today published Monday, the 29-year-old actress explained that her partner of choice could be US department store Target, whose website crashed earlier this year when the limited edition Missoni for Target line went on sale.

fashion and trends Updated: Nov 09, 2011 14:55 IST

Kirsten Dunst would be interested in launching a line of 'inexpensive' beauty products. During an interview with USA Today published Monday, the 29-year-old actress explained that her partner of choice could be US department store Target, whose website crashed earlier this year when the limited edition Missoni for Target line went on sale.

"I see all these people making so much money off the weirdest things! I just feel like [branded products are] a smart way to make money for doing independent films. I am someone who really cares about the products I put out.

"Even if it was inexpensive, I'd want it to be really well done. I feel like Target does a really good job with that. I do love nice-smelling things. We'll see what happens," she told the publication.

Kirsten DunstCelebrity-branded beauty products have so far predominantly come from music stars, with singers including Madonna and Lady Gaga scheduled to unveil debut fragrances in 2012, joining the ranks of established celebrity perfumers such as Beyoncé Knowles, Rihanna and Katy Perry, whose second fragrance Meow! is due to hit shelves in American department store Nordstrom in mid-November.

Kirsten's musings suggest more beauty-branded products could be coming from the realm of cinema in the future. One actress to have already delved into the arena is Salma Hayek, whose beauty line Nuance Salma Hayek went on sale at US drugstore chain CVS Pharmacy back in August.

Prices in the affordable line, which features items for hair, face, and body, range between $2.99 and $19.99.

Hayek had made a point of wanting to create an affordable range in past interviews, choosing to partner with CVS, instead of one of the luxury brands owned by her husband, PPR CEO François-Henri Pinault.