First look: Kat Von D Beauty X Too Faced Cosmetics

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  • It's right out of our wildest dreams...

    There’s nothing better than when two of our favourites get together, especially when it comes to beauty collaborations. If you’re a fan of both Kat Von D Beauty and Too Faced Cosmetics, you’ve probably been waiting on pins and needles ever since Kat teased there was something in the works between the two brands earlier this year. The secret project has finally been unveiled, and it’s a gorgeous, two-toned, heart-shaped palette!

    The Too Faced side of the Better Together palette is pink with gold roses while the Kat Von D side comes in their signature black tone. Anyone else getting some devil and angel/good versus evil-type vibes? LOVES IT. Kat dropped all the deets on her personal Instagram account, describing the palette as “connected magnetically and can be broken apart in halves.” Each half also includes all new shades, but new shades of WHAT, exactly? We’re leaning towards eyeshadows, since the palette will also come with two best-selling eye products from each brand—Kat Von D’s best-selling Tattoo Liner and Too Faced’s Better Than Sex Mascara. Perfect for creating the ultimate eyeshadow look!

    In recent months we’ve seen cute clips of Kat clowning around with Too Faced’s Jerrod Blandino, so we’re glad to finally see what they were working on behind the scenes.

    This is seriously the most complementary alliance: the spooky edginess of KVD Beauty alongside the adorable kawaii-ness of Too Faced. While we wouldn’t mind getting this in our paws now, but just like we have to bide our time for the arrival of Mario Dedivanovic and Anastasia Beverly Hills palette, we’ll have to wait a few months. The vegan, cruelty-free palette is set to launch exclusively at Sephora on December 26th in the United States and Canada, and everywhere else on Valentine’s Day of next year.

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