"The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" is the hottest film out right now, and it's got an even hotter makeup collection to go along with it.
NYX Cosmetics has a brand spankin' new color range, the Parallel Worlds Box, which is inspired by the fantasy film. The dramatic palette is full of a variety of cool products from blush to liquid liner, available for $18.74 at Ulta Beauty.
The Parallel Worlds Box makeup kit is described as "dark, mysterious and dangerous." There's everything a gal would need for an "innocent day look," like that of Lily Collins-played Clary, or a "sultry night look" inspired by the Jemina West-played Isabelle. How neat that we can rip their big screen looks right from the comfort of our homes. Love it!
To get their hot looks, there's a 6-color smokey collection of blue, dark purple, nude, white and charcoal shades. Each hue has a high pigment of color you can use both wet and dry. This palette also lends itself to easy application and blending so have fun! There's also a pigmented pink blush, but remember that every gal's rule of thumb should be that a little goes a long way.
For lush lips, try the neutral pink matte lip cream. It's described as a long-wearing formula, making for very minimal applications. The cream is made to glide on easy and give great coverage.
The Parallel Worlds Box makeup kit also has a black liquid liner, with a wand that should make it easy to draw straight lines. And the kit's vibrant jumbo eye pencil has a creamy feel so enjoy using this product, too.
Last but not least in the collection is a volumizing mascara, which promises to lengthen your lashes. Isn't that always a must when finalizing any look?
The box kit comes with detailed instructions on how to create different eye-catching looks. With this range, you will become a makeup pro in no time. But remember: to wear these items takes a fierce attitude, so beauty junkies, it's time to embrace your dark side!
Are you ready to go dark? Tell us in the comments section below!
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