Inglot Cosmetics partners with Cartoon Network for limited edition ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Beauty Collection
Issued by BCW Global - Oct 3rd, 10:19
Cartoon Network is proud to announce that it is collaborating with global beauty brand Inglot Cosmetics for a new limited-edition collection inspired by the original ambassadors of female empowerment The Powerpuff Girls.
Launching on Thursday, 24 October 2019, INGLOT x The Powerpuff Girls capsule makeup collection includes eye shadow palettes, pure pigment eye shadows, lip glosses, lipsticks, eyeliner gel, sparkling dust and highlighters that are suitable for the face, eyes, and body.
Combining INGLOT and Cartoon Network’s shared vision around girl power and empowerment, the functional, high-quality products come in cool colours and packaging, offering each individual the opportunity to express their strength, authenticity, and femininity through beauty.
INGLOT x The Powerpuff Girls collection will retail at INGLOT stores across EMEA, including INGLOT outlets in South Africa. The collection will also be available to buy online via the Inglot Cosmetics web site.
Cartoon Network’s collaboration with Inglot Cosmetics is the latest licensing evolution for The Powerpuff Girls. Following a raft of recent partnerships that has seen the brand’s iconic look adopted by fashion designers all over the world, a move into beauty is a natural next step in keeping the brand fresh and relevant among the diverse generations of fans that continue to be inspired by the values and style of the fearless crime-fighting heroines, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup.
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