A new Powerpuff Girls x ColourPop make-up collection is filled with sugar, spice, and everything nice.
The collaboration with beauty brand ColourPop is a 90s dream featuring hairclips, lipgloss and packaging inspired by the colourful superheroes.
The Powerpuff Girls x ColourPop collaboration is now available from colourpop.com.
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The collection includes a 12 pan eye shadow palette, two heart shaped blushes, three colour stix, a roller gloss set, a bubble bath bar, lip mask duo and three hair clips.
They all feature colourful packaging embellished with Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup as well as villains HIM, Mojo Jojo and Princess Morbucks and the iconic heart from the show’s opening theme song.
The collection starts from $5 for individual products, while different sets are available including Awesome Blossom, Bubblevision or Buttercrush for $28 each, featuring hair clips and colour stix.
There’s also an eye and cheek set for $40 or the roller gloss kit set for $24, plus you can buy the entire collection for $115.
The Powerpuff Girls make-up collection was revealed on ColourPop’s Instagram, who wrote: “Start fighting crime with the most supercharged collab ever!”.
It’s safe to say that fans of the animated series were excited to hear about the new collaboration.
One fan commented: “Got the whole collection! So so excited this was my whole childhood.”
Others said the range was “cute” alongside plenty of heart eye emojis in the comment section. Even Trixie Mattel, who has her own makeup line said: “omfg.”
Powerpuff Girls make-up comes after live action reboot panned
The release of this collection comes after filming on a live-action adaption of the series was halted following fan backlash of first-look images.
One fan said the rebooted Powerpuff Girls looks “absolutely ridiculous” and should be left alone as a cartoon, while another wrote: “CUT THE CAMERAS.”
The CW network decided to re-shoot the entire pilot and make substantial changes to the show, as reported by Variety, due to the reaction.
The series – starring Chloe Bennet, Dove Cameron, and Yana Perrault as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup – will see the beloved superheroes reunite as a trio of “disillusioned twenty-somethings who resent having lost their childhood to crime fighting”.