Harry Styles' 15-night Love On Tour run at Madison Square Garden may have come to an end, but fans can relive the magic, vibrant '70s-inspired vibes of his shows through Pleasing's first-ever makeup collection — Pleasing x Marco Ribeiro.
Since its launch back in November 2021, with a quad of nail polishes, the brand has since expanded to add a few skin-care offerings, merch, and seasonal lacquer shades. Starting September 29, you can cop a palette of Pressed Powder Pigments in Styles' signature shades of deep navy, pear green, bubblegum pink, and marigold, a trio of Universal Cream Pigments in aqua, yellow-gold, and rose, and a gloss that can be used to sheer the pure pigments or add radiance on your lids, lips, and face. The collection also features five plant-based nail polish colors including chocolate brown, aqua, orange, lime, and burgundy with nail stickers included. Plus, two new Pleasing hoodies are here just in time for fall weather.
Created to foster creativity, the makeup products can be used any way you want — whether that's a mix-and-match mani, glossed-over eyelids and lips, or a bold gold blush and green highlight. The collab with Brazilian fashion designer Marco Ribeiro — whom Harry has tapped for gender-bending, retro-inspired designs before — reflects Harry's personal style and love for bright shades. "To me, the way Marco uses color is so inspiring — everything he makes radiates fun, joy, and playfulness," Styles told Vogue Business. "When we started discussing collaborators for Pleasing, Marco was the first person I wanted to ask."
The Pleasing x Marco Ribeiro collection debuted alongside Ribeiro's designs at Paris Fashion Week on September 29, appearing on pleasing.com at 9 am PST/12 pm EST.
The Pressed Powder Pigments retail for $50, with the Universal Cream Pigment set for $40, Gloss for $25, and the four-piece polish set for $65. The additional plum shade is sold separately for $20 and the Pleasing x Marco Ribeiro MAIS AMOR Hoodies are $110 each.
Prepare your browser and have your credit card at the ready, Harries — this collection will sell out faster than you can say “Music For a Sushi Restaurant.”
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