Everything we know about the Jawbreaker Collection by Jeffree Star Cosmetics

Marina Tatas 7 June 2019 NEWS

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Find out when and where you can get your hands on the Jawbreaker Collection. Plus see all the pictures below.

The full reveal has finally happened! Jeffree Star has posted a video on his YouTube channel showing us every single thing in his new summer collection for 2019 - Jawbreaker. We knew from yesterday that there were two palettes in the collection, but there is so much more than that!

Inspired by all things sweet, this collection is perfect for summer. Jeffree has been inspired by his favourite candy, sugary-sweet, summertime drinks, snowcones and more! It will drop and be ready for purchase on 21 June at 10am PST (which is 3am 22 June for us on the East Coast of Australia).

This is Jeffree Star's biggest collection to date, so there is a lot to go through. Keep reading to see exactly what is in the collection and all the pictures.

The Jawbreaker Palette

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This is Jeffree Star's biggest palette to date with a whopping 24 shades. Yikes. If you were hoping for nudes and toned down colours, you're going to be very disappointed. The palette is all about big, bold and bright shades. It is part of a summer collection, after all.

The Palette comes in a white box but the palette itself is a fabulous raspberry pink. And the rainbow doesn't stop there. Inspired by the speckled and multicoloured look of a jawbreaker, the palette includes bright pinks, baby blues, deeper indigos, sweet peach, apple green and more. And there's a good mix of mattes, shimmers and metallics. Of course, these shadows are the same eyeshadow formula from Jeffree Star that we've seen in other palettes like the Thirsty collection and Blue Blood.

The Mini Breaker Palette

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Is the 24-shade palette to big for you to travel with? No sweat. Because Jeffree has created the Mini Breaker Palette. This sweet, little creation has nine key shades. Two of them are from the bigger Jawbreaker Palette but the rest are brand new.

The palette comes in a fabulous chartreuse green box (like many other pieces in the collection) but the actual palette casing the classic jawbreaker-speckled-white. The shades in the Mini Breaker are still bold but more classic. We're talking browns, golds and blues.

Jeffree said of this palette: "I wanted to change it up a little bit. I've been doing 18-shade palettes for a while."

The Brainfreeze Skin Frost Pro Palette

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Jeffree Star's Skin Frost Pro Palettes are highlighter palettes and this one is inspired by icy, sweet drinks that might just lead to a brainfreeze. This palette has six shades in all the colours you'd want from a highlighter palette. We're talking ice white, gold and even icy blue. Be warned, these highlighters are bright!

New Supreme Frost shades

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The highlighting fun doesn't stop there. Jeffree has also created three brand spanking new Supreme Frost shades for us to "ooh" over. The Supreme Frost formula is more glittery than the Skin Frost so it's perfect for anyone looking to make a high impact. The three new shades are called Caramel Kiss, Diamond Wet and Candy Apple Drip.

New Velour Liquid Lipsticks

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Jeffree Star started his brand with lip products, so it wouldn't truly be a new Jeffree Star collection without new liquid lip shades. This time round there are six new colours in the chartreuse green packaging. The shades are:

  • Fully nude: a terracotta style nude
  • Purple Urkle: a glittery lavender
  • Yes Maam: A bright, fluorescent pink
  • Strawberry Crush: a reddy-pink tone
  • Bronze Blood: A golden-brown metallic
  • No Offense: An ode to the chartreuse colour in the packaging

New Lip Ammunition shades

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No, we're not stopping yet. This collection also includes six new lip ammunition shades. Jeffree said that his glitter formulas seemed to be a crowd favourite, so he created six fresh glitters for his fans. The shades are:

  • Candy Freeze: a soft pink
  • Snowcone: a green-yellow
  • Jawbreaker: an icy blue
  • Yummy: a sheer purple
  • Glazed: a nude-gold tone
  • Brown Sugar: A warm bronze

New Velour Lip Scrubs

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Yep, there's also three new Velour Lip Scrubs. We've got Lemon Sucker, Cucumber Mint and Pineapple Juice. These come in the "sickening" chartreuse packaging and of course, they're vegan, cruelty-free and totally delicious.

The Merch

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There are new Star Mirrors. We've got white, pink and chartreuse. There are a lot of makeup bags include new iterations of old styles and a few completely new styles. And of course, there are plenty of new tracksuits.

Where to buy Jeffree Star Cosmetics

2019 seems to be the year for Jeffree Star Cosmetics. It's only June and there have been so many releases that it's getting hard for us to keep count. First, the world experienced the fabulous Blue Blood collection. And how could we forget the leaked concealer drama, which turned out to be The Magic Star concealer and setting powder? Of course, we reviewed it so we can confirm, the formula is amazing. Just a few weeks back, Jeffree also announced his first ever gloss formula called The Gloss, simple yet effective.

You can shop all things Jeffree Star directly from the online website or you can check out these retailers:


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