‘The Force Awakens’: CoverGirl’s ‘Star Wars’ Makeup Collection [PHOTOS]
Jun 29, 2015 08:40 AM EDT | By Martha Ignacio
Cosmetics company CoverGirl is set to release a range of cosmetics inspired "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." The aptly named collection, "The Force Awakens," was also created to commemorate the film's release.
While there are no officially released photos, some websites have been able to retain some photos for the limited edition collection. To view some photos, visit Legion of Leia.
However, the snaps reveal some surprisingly awesome new shades that are in line with the theme of the classic film franchise. In fact, the CoverGirl Outlast nail polish including all the products from the limited edition line will feature several new shades - some rich, some dark, some subtly light - to highlight both the "dark and "light side of the force."
The drugstore cosmetics brand will also release some new shades of lipstick along with 15 different mascaras for those collectors. Each mascara tube is adorned with a "Star Wars" quote.
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Beloved quotes like "You're my only hope," and "Do or do not, there is no try," can be expected from the tubes. Even new quotes - perhaps from the latest film installation - like "There has been an awakening," "Immune to the Light," and "I will finish what you started" are alleged to be featured.
Inquisitr reports that the collection seems to have some "makeup sets based on looks designed by" Pat McGrath, a sought-after British makeup artist.
Looks from the "Dark Side" include "Dark Apprentice" and "Empress," while the "Light Side" boasts of "Droid," "Sage," and "Nomad" looks. All the designs were actually concocted by no other than Pat McGrath.
The new range gets even better: every set will have a $5-off coupon for when they purchase movie tickets for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
Many details still are a bit fuzzy at this point, given that the CoverGirl cosmetics brand has yet to announce the new "The Force Awakens" collection. "Star Wars Underworld" writer Lillian Skye suggests claims that aficionados can cop off the collection's products by fall this year.