Crayola Makeup Just Launched and it Isn’t for Kids

Crayola Makeup Just Launched and it Isn’t for Kids

Crayola decided to expand its horizons outside of the classroom, staying true to their slogan, “Everything Imaginable.”  The well-known and loved brand has launched its very own makeup line exclusively on

However, it’s not the first time Crayola plays with beauty. In the past, the brand collaborated with Sally Hansen to create nail polish and even Clinique, producing a set of lipsticks.

But this time Crayola isn’t playing – their full line will include 58 vegan pieces. Face crayons, lip and cheek crayons, color-changing lip crayons, highlighters and mascaras are just some of the products in the collection. Just like their classic coloring crayons, the face crayons are available in a ton of different shades, 95 to be exact. They are also supposed to be just as pigmented. The prices range from $15 to $40, which is fairly affordable in the makeup world.

And to make things even more nostalgic, Crayola’s collection features classic crayon packaging and even the same shade names we used back in grade school. It’s like taking a trip down memory lane, honestly.

According to a source, Crayola proudly states that the line is gender fluid, with campaigns revealing both men and women showing off the bold colors on their face.

It’s a colorful party for all! Would you try this? 32% of us are up for the nostalgia feels, while 68% think Crayola is just a crayon brand and it should stay that way. Read more about this story on Cosmopolitan here.

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

Crayola just came out with a beauty collection. It’s 58 pieces in 95 shades. Would you try this?

32% Yes- nostalgia
68% No- it's a crayon brand
31% Yes- nostalgia
69% No- it's a crayon brand
33% Yes- nostalgia
67% No- it's a crayon brand

Zip users in 125 cities and 33 states weighed in on this question.

Crayola Makeup Just Launched and it Isn’t for Kids

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