Too Faced’s new products will bring you tears of joy

Alexandra Hourigan 13 October 2017 NEWS

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Too Faced just upped its game and announced that four more products are on the way.

Well it's safe to say that Too Faced is definitely onboard with the whole unicorn trend. In fact, CEO Jerrod Blandino is seeing it and raising you an additional mermaid, fairy and angel, because why the hell not? The new "Tears" lipstick collection is set to join the Too Faced Unicorn Latex Lipstick that has just been released as part of the Unicorn Survival Kit.

The new lipsticks will include "Unicorn Tears", "Angel Tears", '"Fairy Tears" and "Mermaid Tears", and let's be honest, we are dying over this packaging.

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While we don't have any products or swatches just yet, we can only hope that they are just as stunning as the packaging. Unicorn Tears is decorated with rainbows, of course, Mermaid Tears features scales that are giving us some serious The Little Mermaid vibes, Angel Tears is packaged in white and silver and Fairy Tears comes in a stunning holographic rose gold box. The packaging describes the products as "La Creme" so we can rule out a liquid lipstick and can probably expect some sort of bullet-form lipstick. We may have even spotted one of the potential lippies in one of Blandino's Instagram videos where an aqua blue lipstick is shown.

The reveal comes soon after Too Face announced a new face mask that closely follows the magical theme. "Glow Job" (yes, that's what it's called) embraces a similar glittery unicorn vibe and is coming next year, set to be released in the US's spring, or autumn for us Aussies. We'll be able to pick the face mask up via MECCA. The Unicorn Survival Kit, on the other hand, is set to be released during Christmas 2017.

So which one are you? Mermaid, fairy, angel or unicorn? Let us know at @finderstyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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