Brace Yourself for Powerpuff Girls Makeup

Save the world one lip tint at a time!
by Patricia Dayacap for Cosmo.ph   |  Nov 26, 2016
Art: Naomi Torrecampo
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Whether you grew up obsessing about the show, or have simply heard about the iconic trio, we're sure that every girl knows about The Powerpuff Girls! For most Candy Girls, recess back in grade school almost always involved play-acting scenes from the show, with you and your friends calling dibs on your favorite characters (and no one wanted to play the Professor or Mojo Jojo). 

Now, it's time to relive that childhood, because Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are the latest characters to get their own makeup collection, which was launched last Monday. 

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And here's a clearer look at the collection! Cushion compacts and eye shadow palettes and lip tints, you guys!

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Based on information we found online, there's a Blossom cushion compact and hand creams for each of the girls. There are also Bubbles, Buttercup, and Blossom palettes featuring earth-toned metallic shadows, and lengthening and curling mascaras. Four lip colors round up the collection: a hot pink Peri's Ink Velvet matte liquid lippie, cherry red and reddish-orange Peri's Ink Stick lipsticks, and a pink Peri's Tint Water stain. Check out swatches below:

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We want to collect them all! 

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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