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Star Wars Cosmetics Line: Awaken Your Face With Force

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By    |   Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 01:36 PM

A new Star Wars cosmetics line by CoverGirl and Max Factor is supposed to let women look sort of like Carrie Fisher. No, not how she looks now, but back then as Princess Leia in a galaxy far, far away.

The cosmetic line created with Disney is inspired by the upcoming movie "Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens," according to Hello magazine. Top international makeup artist Pat McGrath assisted in the new "Star Wars" collaboration of designs, colors and pallets for the line.

The CoverGirl line will be in U.S. stores by mid-September, said Huffington Post. Max Factor will make limited-edition products available in Europe, Asia, and the United Arab Emirates by November.

"Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens" is slated to hit movie theaters on Dec. 18. (How subtle, these marketers.)

"I watched my first film as a young girl and, like the rest of the world, was completely blown away," McGrath told Huffington Post l. "I immediately fell in love with the storyline, the never-before-seen special effects, and the amazing hair, makeup and wardrobe of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Hans Solo, Darth Vader, and all of the other characters."

The line will have six looks, including lighter colors and lipsticks for those on the "light side" and a set of darker color for, of course, the "dark side," said Hello.

There will be 19 products in all, ranging from gold and silver lipsticks, highlighters, nail polishes and six limited-edition mascaras, said Marie Claire magazine

"The partnership between @starwars and @maxfactor gave @patmcgrathreal the opportunity to give us her version of A Driod using the limited @maxfactor#starwars make-up collection," Max Factor's Caroline Barnes wrote on Instagram.

The makeup news even won over some on social media.


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A new Star Wars cosmetics line by CoverGirl and Max Factor is supposed to let women look sort of like Carrie Fisher. No, not how she looks now, but back then as Princess Leia in a galaxy far, far away.
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