Kids today may never understand but if you grew up in the 80s or the 90s, you know you’re the star of the classroom if you own one of those badass 64-color Crayola sets. Yes, kids, it wasn’t about owning the latest devices back in the days!
This much-beloved crayon set was the mother of all art materials at the time. Students loved it for giving them a wide variety of color options. Just imagine, you get everything from the basics to colors such as Cadet Blue, Timberwolf, Burnt Sienna, and Granny Smith Apple, among many others.
Now it appears that the brand has ventured in another colorful industry – that of cosmetics.
Meet Crayola Beauty!
Exclusively launched at ASOS, Crayola Beauty boasts many different products ranging from the $15 to $40 price range. They have everything from face crayons and cheek crayons, to color-changing lip crayons and highlighters, to brushes and mascaras, and more.
The 58-piece makeup collection also noticeably borrows from the aesthetics of the iconic crayon.
The beauty product is being tagged as gender-fluid.
In the brand’s press release, we are told that the products are recommended for all genders. So yes, both men and women can rock these make-ups.
“There are no rules or limits, just endless ways to be you,” the press release said.
Check out some of the products below:
Crayola Color Crayon Trio Mermaid
Crayola Highlighter Crayon
Crayola Eyeshadow Palette
Crayola Makeup Brush and Pencil Case Set
Crayola Customisable Lip Palette
If you’re feeling curious about trying Crayola’s first foray in beauty products, go ahead and hop over to the official website at ASOS.com. You can check out the product descriptions there for a more detailed information about all these beauty items.
Experts Reveal The Best Way To Get Over A Terrible Heartbreak
It’s time to move on from your ex.
After difficult break-ups, people tend to shut things off around them by avoiding the fact that they can no longer be with that someone they love the most. This is normal, but how can someone get over a broken relationship? A new study has revealed the best way to move on from an ultimate heartbreak and it can help someone lead a better and happier life.
Most people love to hurt themselves more after a break-up. That being said, they often play the most painful songs they can hear, read those previous sweet text messages, watch their videos and photos together and re-visit their love tryst. This is when the famous saying "finding comfort in pain" kicks in.
Pain comes with break-up, but someone should be able to move on in a creative way.
Someone Transformed Marvel Actors Into Women Using FaceApp And The Results Are Astonishing
These Marvel actors would have been gorgeous actresses!
Marvel certainly knows how to choose attractive actors. After all, some of the success of Marvel Cinematic Universe films are owed in part to its good-looking cast. But what would stars like Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Ryan Reynolds look like if they were women? Someone decided to find out and came up with astonishing results.
The stars of Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, and Ant-Man and The Wasp are certainly a gorgeous bunch. Someone decided to generate the female versions of the Marvel actors through FaceApp. Interestingly, Ryan Reynolds has a striking resemblance to his real-life wife Blake Lively. The project even hinted at the unexepected connection between Loki and Scarlet Witch.
A gender-swapped Tom Hiddleston could pass for Elizabeth Olsen's long-lost twin.
School Bans Shorts For Boys, Says They Can Wear Skirts Instead
Ironically, they’re doing it to implement a “gender-neutral” uniform policy.
A school from South East England recently spraked controversy because of a certain uniform policy. Apparently, school officials had a bizarre instruction for their young male students who said that wearing rousers during summer months is too hot – they were told shorts are banned and they could wear skirts instead.
Yes, Chiltern Edge Secondary School of Oxfordshire has officially banned wearing shorts and last year, they’ve introduced a “more formal” uniform policy that meant only trousers and skirts are acceptable for their students.