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Crayola X ASOS Launched a Makeup Line That’ll Bring Out Your Inner Child


Crayola products have become a staple of collective childhoods for over 100 years. Having a 64 pack of Crayola crayons or markers that smelled like toasted marshmallows made you the coolest kid in school. Now you can relive your memorable childhood with Crayola’s new makeup line created in collaboration with fashion retailer ASOS.

The line includes over 58 cruelty-free and vegan items, from face palettes to blush. Let’s take a look at the main products of Crayola’s vibrant line.

Face Crayons

Crayola’s face crayons are ultra-creamy and highly-pigmented for blending and experimenting on eyes, lips, and cheeks. The face crayons are available in over 30 shades from periwinkle to dark chocolate.

Crayola Face Crayon, $14.50; asos.com

Face Highlighters

The face highlighters come in a large roll-up tube shaped like a marker. Not only can you roll on your highlighter, the shades range from blush to gold to suit all skin tones, giving the skin the ultimate glow.

Crayola Highlighter Crayon, $17.50; asos.com

Lip and Face Palettes

Crayola’s lip and face palettes are unique to your makeup needs. The palettes feature silky, lightweight pigmented formulas that are easy to mix and blend on your entire face.

Crayola Customizable Lip Palette, $35; asos.com 

Crayola Eyeshadow Palette Mermaid, $29; asos.com

All products are packaged in the original classic boxes as Crayola’s crayons and markers and are all under $40.

Even better, Crayola’s makeup line is gender fluid, making it suitable for all genders. Thus, this may be the makeup collaboration we never expected, but now that it’s here, it’s the makeup you never knew you needed.

Purchase Crayola makeup products exclusively at asos.com.


Loreal Nix is a student at Central Michigan University majoring in Journalism with a minor in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts. Along with being a contributor to EMCEE, she is a staff reporter for CM Life. You can usually find Loreal drawing, writing non-stop, or watching endless NBA games. Loreal strives to be influential to women, especially to black women and insists that any woman can pursue a journalism career being 100% themselves, not conforming to social standards. She recently started her own personal blog titled "Live In The Mix", which is featured on her social media.

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