Colourpop’s New ‘Hocus Pocus’ Themed Make-Up Line Is Almost Here

27 years after being released, Hocus Pocus, is making a comeback via the world of make-up thanks to Colourpop cosmetics and just in time for Halloween.

According to the Instagram post below from the brand, they will launch the line on September 30 (aka today) at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT).

The line includes eye shadow, lip kits, false eyelashes, glitters, and gel liners, all of which were inspired by the Sanderson Sisters, Thackery Binx, and other characters from the movie.

The staple item from the collection is the Gather Round Sisters eye-shadow palette. The product is limited edition, comes with 15 shades, and has an illustration of the three witches in place of a mirror. 

In addition to the palette, each witch gets their own eyelash set aptly named; the Flirty Witch, the Clever Witch, and the Boss Witch.

Other items included in the line contain gold and purple face glitters, and gel liners in shades of orange, green, and purple.

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