When Blink-182 sang, "We can live like Jack and Sally if we want," they probably didn't mean that we should plaster every square inch of our homes with The Nightmare Before Christmas merchandise. But now that it's October, it's time to crank up "This Is Halloween" and do it anyway. To help ring in fans' favorite season of the year, Revolution Beauty as launched a Nightmare Before Christmas makeup collection, an official collaboration with Disney.
The line includes 11 items — two eye shadow palettes, two highlighters, two makeup bags, four lip glosses, and a makeup brush set — all covered in spooky black-and-white patterns with images of the movie's beloved characters. And in true Revolution fashion, the line is super affordable, with everything falling at $24 or less. Here's a quick breakdown of what you can expect from each item:
The Nightmare Before Christmas Highlighters, $10 each, come in two shades: one peach-toned pink and one bronzey gold, both of which have a subtle and shimmery finish and come embossed with the Pumpkin King's face. The four lip gloss shades, $8 apiece, come in champagne, gold, clear, and glittery pink. There are one black and one transparent makeup bag, both of which cost $14 and are patterned with various characters from the film. The $24 makeup brush set provides a powder brush, eyebrow brush, eye shadow blending brush, and a flat foundation brush, plus the added benefit of a Jack Skellington-printed travel case.
The best parts of this collection, though, are undoubtedly the Jack eye shadow palette and Sally eye shadow palette, $22 each. Both come with a massive selection of 36 shades, all inspired by the respective characters the palettes are named for. Jack's is a mix of dark neutral and bold, bright ROYGBIV metallics. Sally's, on the other hand, is a much more muted selection of neutrals, greens, purples, and pinks.
The Revolution Nightmare Before Christmas Collection is available from ulta.com and revolutionbeauty.com — and it's selling out rapidly, so you'd better hop to it if you want to get your hands on what's left.
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