Having a favorite lipstick can be something of a love affair: you want to use it all the time, you keep your fingers crossed it never runs out and you know that no other lipstick could ever compare to your favorite. But, what happens when an eyeshadow palette is designed with your favorite lipstick shade in mind?
Well, we’re about to find out, thanks to Urban Decay. According to PopSugar, the cosmetics company is set to release a brand-new monochromatic rose eyeshadow palette inspired by one of their most popular lipstick shades. Drawing on their Backtalk Vice Lipstick, PopSugar says the new palette — aptly called “Backtalk” — is a “a double-decker bundle that features eight eye shadows on one side and four coordinating blushes/highlighters on the other” that offers rose gold, pink and neutral shades.
Included in this palette are the shades “3 Sheets, Bare, Curve, Backtalk, Shade, Attitude, WTF, and 180, and the blush/highlight shades are Cheap Shot, Double Take, Low Key, and Party Foul,” reports PopSugar.
The best part: Urban Decay fans won’t have to wait too long for this beauty to drop, as PopSugar reports that the palette will go on sale on March 8 and will retail for $46.
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What’s pink, comes in a round disc and found in your favorite beauty store?
If you’re thinking the answer is a cushion compact, you’d be incorrect. That’s because Chanel has disguised their newest product to be as convenient and as portable as your favorite compact. According to PopSugar, the luxury brand took a typical compact — encased in millennial pink, of course — and instead of placing a makeup-soaked pouf inside, there is a fragrance-filled cushion.
Featuring their famous Chance scent, PopSugar says this new product eliminated the need to carry the fragrance with you, allowing you to “use the applicator to dab this scent on your neck, wrists, collarbone, or anywhere else your heart desires.”
So how much does this nifty fragrance sidekick cost? PopSugar says their Chance Eau Tendre product retails for an even $70. It’s available to purchase right now on Chanel’s website.
Being named a UNICEF ambassador is nothing short of a big deal, and on Nov. 30, singer Pink was named just that.
According to Glamour, Pink is the latest to join as an ambassador for the organization which is “dedicated to raising awareness for the organization’s international health and nutrition programs.”
Pink will specifically be an advocate for UNICEF Kid Power, which Glamour says is “a wearable device that encourages children to ‘go on missions to learn about new cultures and earn points.'” The points that children earn then “‘unlock funding from partners, parents, and fans—and funds are used by UNICEF to deliver lifesaving packets of therapeutic food to severely malnourished children around the world.'” Therefore, Glamour says that as the children wearing these tracking devices become healthier and more active, more funds are raised to help other children around the world.
In a statement on her new position, Pink explained how she hopes to use this role to improve nutrition for children throughout the world. “As a mom myself, it’s devastating to know that children are suffering because they don’t have adequate nutrition. All children should be able to grow up strong and healthy, with the opportunity to reach their full potential. As a UNICEF Ambassador, I want to use my platform to help end global malnutrition, which is why I’m so excited about UNICEF Kid Power —which gets kids and families involved in saving children’s lives.”
Congratulations on your new position, Pink!