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The Friends x Revolution Makeup Line Is Almost Here—and Everything is Under $30

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Have you ever dreamed of achieving one of Rachel Green's iconic ‘90s beauty looks? Now's your chance because Revolution Beauty is launching a Friends makeup line.According to Allure, the new collection, which officially drops Monday, September 14 in the U.S., features "three nine-shade eye shadow palettes and three creamy bullet lipsticks inspired by Phoebe Buffay,…
The Friends x Revolution Makeup Line Is Almost Here—and Everything is Under $30

Have you ever dreamed of achieving one of Rachel Green’s iconic ‘90s beauty looks? Now’s your chance because Revolution Beauty is launching a Friends makeup line.

According to Allure, the new collection, which officially drops Monday, September 14 in the U.S., features “three nine-shade eye shadow palettes and three creamy bullet lipsticks inspired by Phoebe Buffay, Rachel Green, and Monica Geller respectively.”

“We looked at each character in detail—what they wear, their mannerisms, the makeup they use, the personalities—and started to build from there,” Revolution Beauty founder Adam Minto told the outlet. “The products take on the life of each character in a really immersive way.”

Allure notes Phoebe palette packaging features a picture of her infamous taxi cab and will include “pastel hues in varying finishes with names like Smelly Cat, Lobster, and Triplet.”

Monica’s palette will include hues with names like Clean, Chef, and Geller Cup, while Rachel’s palette will feature some shades named On a Break, Shopping, and Barney’s.

Can this BE any more exciting? Yes, yes, it could. Revolution Beauty is also releasing a lobster-adorned makeup case and one huge Friends palette with all our favorite characters. They include Ross, Joey, and Chandler, as well as Ugly Naked Guy, Estelle, and Fun Bobbie.

The best part? They’re all super affordable. The eyeshadow palettes retail for just $12 while the lipsticks cost $8. As for the 27-shade Friends palette, it’s $28.

This will hopefully be enough to hold you over until the Friends reunion on HBO Max—which was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. On August 7, Jennifer Aniston told Deadline the delay is “very sad,” but promised fans it’ll “be even more exciting and more fun” when it does happen.

“It’s going to be super,” she said. “I choose to see it as the glass is half-full that it got postponed. Look, we’re not going anywhere. You’re never going to get rid of Friends, sorry. You’re stuck with us for life guys.”

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