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This Disney Villains-Inspired Makeup Line Is Exactly What We Need

Sure, Disney princesses are cool and all, but what about the villains? Those wickedly, delightfully bad characters like Cruella de Ville, Ursula, and Maleficent that light up the screen with their bad deeds and crafty ways.

These characters often steal the show with their larger than life personalities and over the top colorful aesthetics. We know that many of us as a child were more drawn towards the powerful confidence and flashy swagger of the villains than we ever were by the demure beauty of the starring princesses.

Now you can channel your favorite Disney villains with ColourPop's new Disney Villain Makeup Collection. After the success of the original Disney Designer Colorpop collaboration, they have teamed up again to bring makeup addicts everywhere a variety of products that have been modeled after some of the most iconic Disney villains.

This line takes style inspiration from the Evil Queen, Dr. Facilier, Hades, Ursula, Cruella de Ville, and Maleficent. From bright teals to deep reds and flashy purples, this collection is sure to have something for everyone's tastes. Being bad never looked so good!

This 27-piece limited edition line will feature popular Colourpop products in new shades, as well as some new formulas. There will be eyeshadows, highlighters, glitter pastes, jelly shadows and lip products influenced by the aesthetic traits of the franchise's most popular bad guys and gals. Colourpop has already been wildly successful in the makeup scene for it's standout pigments and affordable price point, and this collection is sure to be no different in that regard.

Not only are the makeup colors themselves dazzling and eye-catching, the packaging for this collection is every bit as colorful, bold and dramatic as you would hope. Makeup addicts and Disney fans everywhere, rejoice!

Set to launch on the morning of March 21st 2019, this lineup is sure to be a hit and can be found online at the Colourpop website, at ShopDisney.com, and at Ulta.

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