Welcome to spooky season, friends. It’s time for cozy sweaters, warm and spicy drinks, and a whole lot of Halloween costume planning. Oh — and repeat watches of Disney’s Hocus Pocus. To ring in the best time of the year, Colourpop Cosmetics is launching a full collection inspired by the movie, and we’ll take bets now on the whole thing selling out very fast. The bewitching collection, which drops on September 30, features an eye shadow palette, a trio of false eyelash sets, two glitter pastes, three gel eyeliner pencils, and three lip kits — all inspired by Winifred, Mary, and Sarah Sanderson.
The $22 palette, undoubtedly the collection’s main attraction, features 15 fall-friendly shades in matte and metallic shades (with a kick-butt formula, if Colourpop’s other fan-favorite palettes are anything to go by). With names like Coven, Full Moon, and Brew Potion, these shades deliver the same moody aesthetic from the film with rustic browns and gold, jewel-toned pink and purple, plus muted olive green. All three Boss Witch Faux Lash sets, $9 each, pair perfectly with the palette with their lightweight and wispy designs. The same goes for all three Art Liners, $8 each, available in red-orange, green, and purple colors inspired by each Sanderson sister.
The $9 Gliterally Obsessed gel pastes, on the other hand, come in sparkle-packed gold and purple shades called Another Glorious Morning and Amok! Amok! Amok! Then comes our other favorite part of this collection: the lip kits. Each $16 lipstick and liner duo lets you embody your favorite sister with their respective takes on the signature red lip. The bright orange-red, deep burgundy, and true red shades are all named after the sisters they were inspired by.
The Colourpop Cosmetics Disney Hocus Pocus Collection is available from colourpop.com starting September 30 at 10 a.m. PT.
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