Trixie Mattel and Kim Chi are teaming up to drop the ultimate makeup collection.
The Drag Race icons and friends are making herstory with the release of the BFF4EVR Collection.
The collection will be released on 28 July and will be available to shop at kimchichicbeauty.com.
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Trixie teased the collaboration with her fellow Drag Race alumni, saying: “I created something iconic with one of my closest friends and trust me, you DONUT want to miss this!”.
The products included in the collection are being kept tightly under wraps ahead of its release, but the official KimChi Chic Beauty’s Instagram page has given some hints.
They say the pair are “taking us to pixel fantasy in the BFF4EVR Collection” for the “ultimate makeup collab in drag herstory”.
“Ms. Kimberly and Trixie have been working on amazing new products for you and we are so excited for you to see them real soon!,” they add.
One fan responded to the news, commenting: “I literally was wanting this Collab since always I’m crying of happiness.”
Another echoed what many fans are thinking, writing: “My wallet is crying.”
While somebody else said: “I knew the Twitter beef was fake! Lmao You guys are the best.”
Ahead of the announcement, the pair appeared to have a fallout on Twitter, with both of them shading each other.
Earlier this month Kim Chi tweeted to Trixie: “People do change after all. I am not surprised. Just disappointed. I will reveal the truth to everyone soon. Karma is a bitch and so are you.”
People do change after all. I am not surprised. Just disappointed. I will reveal the truth to everyone soon. Karma is a bitch and so are you. @trixiemattel
— Kim Chi (@KimChi_Chic) July 23, 2022
Trixie responded with a screenshot of the Burn Book from Mean Girls featuring a photoshopped picture of Kim Chi, alongside the caption: “I’m ready to let people know who you really are.”
— Trixie Mattel (@trixiemattel) July 24, 2022
The pair went back and forth for days, with fans wondering if the “beef” was real or not, with fellow Drag Race alumni joining in.
Current All Stars 7 star, Shea Couleé replied: “Wait. This can’t be what I think it’s about… I thought y’all kissed and made up?”.
But fans of the duo can rest easy as it’s now been confirmed that the pair are still friends and it was promo for their upcoming collaboration.
To shop the collection from 28 July head to kimchichicbeauty.com.
Trixie Mattel teams up with drag icon Juno Birch
Earlier this month Trixie Cosmetics released an exclusive collaboration with iconic, alien drag queen, Juno Birch.
The limited edition collection features a palette, lipstick and accessories inspired by the two drag icons.
The products featured Trixie’s signature aesthetic alongside a Juno Birch twist.
A highlight from the range includes the Trixie x Juno 12-pan palette, with shades inspired by Birch, with a Juno blue matte named, Stunning, a beige shimmer entitled Joy Despret, and a mac n cheese yellow orange matte named, Pause!.