Smashbox's Limited-Edition 'Love Me' Collection

Smashbox's Limited-Edition 'Love Me' Collection
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This settles it, art-infuenced cosmetics are officially a thing. (It only seems fitting considering crafting the perfect smoky eye or precision-lined lip requires the dexterity of da Vinci, no?)

Back in the fall, NARS Cosmetics launched its much-hyped Andy Warhol collection. Then for holiday, Kiehl's teamed up with renowned American painter Kenny Scharf on a line of body butters. And now this:

Smashbox's Limited-Edition 'Love Me' Collection
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Smashbox Cosmetics just launched a limited-edition collection for spring with prolific graffiti artist Curtis Kulig, making his ubiquitous "Love Me" script (see above) all the more, well, lovable!

Available in stores and online now—everywhere from Sephora and ULTA to Nordstrom and Macy's—we're obsessed with the six-piece collection's pretty pigments, flawless coverage, and Valentine's-worthy packaging. (Hint hint, nudge nudge to any boyfriends out there.)

Smashbox's Limited-Edition 'Love Me' Collection
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The collection includes (from left to right): the Love Me Eye Shadow Palette ($34), which features five shimmery shadows and comes in three color combos; the Love Me Blush ($28), a high-impact peach hue; the Paint Pen Eye Liner ($24), a bold black liquid liner inspired by Kulig’s favorite paints; the Lip Enhancing Gloss ($19) a non-sticky, moisturizing gloss with a pearlescent shimmer; and the Be Legendary Lipstick ($19), a vitamin-enriched lipstick in Kulig’s signature red shade.

Also, in honor of the collab, the brand is launching a super-exciting campaign on Facebook Thursday. We don't want to give away too many details, but let's just say you're going to, um, love it.

What other famous artists would you like to see tapped for a cosmetics collab? Will you be scooping up this collection? Let's discuss in the comments, below!
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