Urban Decay Is Selling A Fiery ‘Game Of Thrones’ Makeup Collection
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If, like us, you can't wait for Game of Thrones season eight, here's a little something to get you even more excited for the show's return: Urban Decay are launching a Game of Thrones makeup collection.
Inspired by the brand's favourite places in Westeros, and by the strong women of the Seven Kingdoms, the range will allow you to create some seriously gorgeous looks. In the words of Urban Decay: "From the shores of Dragonstone to the frozen lands beyond the Wall, this collection will let you create looks inspired by House Stark, House Targaryen, House Lannister, and the White Walkers."
The collection includes everything from eyeshadow palettes and eye pencils to lipsticks and highlighter palettes. There's even a limited edition vault, billed as the "ultimate arsenal", which comes packaged in a very dramatic box and which contains all 13 pieces in the Game of Thrones collection.
Die-hard fans will adore creating looks based off their favourite characters. The collection, which will be available to buy in 12 days, will allow you, in the words of Urban Decay, to "command dragonfire", "prepare for the long battle" and be "armed and ready".
The brand certainly knows how to tempt us, with the website teasing: "Get a glow that lights up the Seven Kingdoms with the Mother of Dragons Highlight Palette and its three new shades of Afterglow Highlighter. Command dragonfire with the Dracarys Lip & Cheek Stain, a universally flattering Targaryen red tint.
"Prepare for the long battle with four new shades of our award-winning, waterproof 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil as well as our unstoppable, long-lasting Vice Lipstick-because lipstick is always the best weapon. You'll be armed and ready with Jon Snow's Longclaw and Arya Stark's Needle eyeshadow brushes."
The collection starts from £16 for an eye pencil, with the incredible-looking vault costing a cool £198. Plus, as well as the makeup itself looking fabulous, the presentation is stunning too, with pop-up iron thrones, dragon eggs, house sigils and Westeros maps galore.
You can count down to the launch at Urban Decay.