Baby Yoda was the cutest and most surprising thing to happen to the Star Wars universe this year—until now. Legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath, a longtime Star Wars fan, just announced that she's releasing an entire collection of makeup inspired the new film The Rise of Skywalker. But there's a small catch.
MTHRSHP: GALACTIC GOLD PALETTE
LIP FETISH LIP BALM: CLEAR
LIP FETISH LIP BALM: FLESH 3
MOTHERSHIP IV GOLDEN DECADENCE
The collection includes four existing lip products and three palettes, including the return of the sold-out Mothership IV: Decadence Eye Palette in new collectable packaging. Speaking of, the packaging is insane: from the lip balm tubes to the outer packaging and palettes, this collection screams Star Wars in iconic shades of gold, red, and Stormtrooper white. It's the kind of collab you'll need to buy two of: one to use and one to covet for generations.
“We are so excited to work with Disney on this brilliant collaboration celebrating the intergalactic beauty of Star Wars: Episode IX–The Rise of Skywalker,” McGrath says. “The Star Wars characters have become integrated into our culture in such a major way that it’s hard to imagine a world without them! Anyone who follows me on social media knows I am obsessed with Star Wars and otherworldly galactic opulence, ranging from the rebellious beauty of Princess Leia to the gilded glamour of C3PO.”
LIP FETISH LIP BALM: NUDE ASTRAL
LIP FETISH LIP BALM: GOLD ASTRAL
MTHRSHP: DARK GALAXY PALETTE
In addition to the return of the Decadence palette, there are two smaller shadow palettes with shades inspired by the galaxy far, far away. The Dark Galaxy palette features a red Sith trooper on the outer packaging with sultry, crimson shadow shades perfect for embracing your dark side (or a colorful smoky eye). The Galactic Gold palette sees Threepio on the packaging with bronze, gold, and shimmery violet shadows inside.
The collaboration is technically a UK launch (available only at Selfridges) but there will be stock available for international shipping come mid-December on PatMcGrath.com. “I suggest all my fellow beauty-loving Star Wars fans snatch theirs quick before they are forever gone to a galaxy far far away," the makeup artist says.
This isn't McGrath's first time creating a Star Wars makeup collection. Back in 2015, she consulted with Covergirl and MaxFactor to launch a limited edition collection for the release of The Force Awakens.
From Harper's Bazaar U.S.
All Images: Pat McGrath Labs