Storybook Cosmetics is releasing a Starry Night palette

Stephanie Panecasio 18 October 2017 NEWS

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Art lovers and beauty lovers unite! Storybook Cosmetics is hinting at a palette just for you.

We may not be Post-Impressionists ourselves, but we get the impression that the latest offering from Storybook Cosmetics is going to have both art and beauty fans extremely excited. The brand has dropped the first image of what can only be an upcoming release for a Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night-themed palette.

Storybook Cosmetics is known for its avant-garde and popular culture-themed collections, but this palette marks a first for the brand - foraying into the world of classical art. According to the Instagram image, the palette isn't due until 2018, but judging by the response fans are already noting it down onto their wish lists - and can you blame them?

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So what can we expect from the palette? Our bet is that we'll be seeing a lot of swirl-worthy blues, greens and yellows, mixed in with darker shades for the painting's signature shadow and light. If past collections are anything to go by, all the shades will also have theme-appropriate names - and we can't help but wonder if they'll be inspired by other Van Gogh artworks.

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While we've got a while to wait for the release, there's still plenty on offer from Storybook Cosmetics this year, including their Charlie and the Chocolate Factory palette, upcoming Mean Girls palette, Witches and Wizardry collection, and let's not forget their famous floral brushes. Stay tuned for more details!

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