REVEALED: What’s in the ColourPop x Disney Villian collection

Alexandra Hourigan 20 March 2019 NEWS

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Round 2 of the ColourPop Disney makeup collection is back and it's so bad, it's good.

UPDATE:

Just yesterday we were ready losing our marbles over the ColourPop and Disney Villains collection packaging. Now, the collection has been revealed and we're happy to sell our poor unfortunate souls for a piece.

The ColourPop and Disney Villain collection includes Super Shock Highlighter Compacts, Lux Lipsticks, Ultra Glossy Lips and a Jelly Much Individuals to represent each character and a brand new eyeshadow palette.

Misunderstood Pressed Powder Palette

The Misunderstood Pressed Powder Palette includes a mix of 15 stunning eyeshadows in matte, metallic, and jewel-tone formulas. There is an array of shades including your standard warm browns and gold shimmers but you can also see some bright pops of colour like deep blue, green and purple. If that wasn't enough for you then the shade names will have you completely sold as they are all a cheeky nod to the Villains they represent.

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Lux Lipsticks

Then there are the cream lipsticks with a soft matte finish. There are six in total and feature the fabulous Colourpop formula. The Evil Queen's lipstick is a deep red shade, Hades' is a warm nude, Dr. Facilier is a deep warm nude, Cruella's is a coral red, Maleficent is a dark hot pink and Ursula's is a dark plum.

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Super Shock Highlighter

Then there are the highlighters and these will have you glowing to the gods of Olympus. The shades below are all totally wearable and consist of golds, bronzes, a pink and pale silver.

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Ultra Glossy Lip Glosses

Six high-shine, non-sticky glosses? Yes, please. These bad boys will give your lips a look that's purely magical. The shades are totally wearable including some bronze shades, a deep red, a brighter red, a brown and for the super fierce, a purple.

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Jelly Much

Six ultra-pigmented eyeshadow shades. The shades come in a stunning bronze, coral, purple, blue, green and gold.

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When and where you can you buy it

The collection is now available to purchase on the Disney Store website. They're also offering 25% off on orders over $100 so you can totally jutify purchasing the entire collection.


It's official. We're getting another Disney inspired makeup collection and ColourPop can just have all my money by this point. Why? Because it's inspired by all the Disney villains so now you really can be the fairest of them all.

A few months ago ColourPop released a Disney Princess collection and for Round 2 your favourite baddies are here to steal the show. You can expect to see makeup inspired by The Evil Queen (Snow White), Dr. Facilier (Princess and the Frog), Hades (Hercules), Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Cruella (101 Dalmations) and my personal favourite, Ursula (The Little Mermaid).

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So what's in the collection?

Listen well, all of you. Each villain gets their own collection including a Super Shock Highlighter Compact, Lux Lipstick, Ultra Glossy Lip and a Jelly Much Individual. There is also a new eyeshadow palette coming called Misunderstood and even though it hasn't been revealed, I want it. Scratch that, I need it.

I'm sure we're going to see some pretty bold and bright colours though, like a bright blue shadow for Ursula and some purples and greens to represent Maleficent.

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If the makeup products themselves already don't have you screaming take my money then feast your eyes on the packaging. It's all customised for its personal Villian and I just need everyone to take a moment to appreciate it. Ursula's features the fabulous Triton and her gorgeous tentacles; The Evil Queen's obviously has her poisoned apple; Hades is rocking a Greek mythology monster; Maleficent's, of course, features some thorned rose bushes; Dr. Facilier's has his voodoo magic and Cruella's features her crazed driving face that I've related to way too many times in my life.

We've got lots to thank Disney's villains for in life and now we can thank them for an entire makeup collection. I mean, they taught us a multitude of life lessons over our childhood. Ursula taught us how to use our body language, Hades taught us how to be the ultimate sass queen and Maleficent taught us how to get even when not invited to a party... curse a baby. Okay, maybe don't take the last one on board.

This reveal comes just after MAC Cosmetics announced its Aladdin Collection and joins the ranks of other Disney makeup collaborations like the Frozen makeup collection.

When and where you can you buy it

The good news is that you don't have to wait too long to get your hands on this collection either. It will be available to purchase on the 22 of March in Australia. You can shop it direct from the ColourPop website but if you'd like to avoid international shipping costs we'd suggest shopping from Disney Store which will also be stocking this entire range!

Now it's just a matter of whether you buy one Disney Villian or all of them. Looks like I'm going broke this month.

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