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Pat McGrath, ‘Star Wars’ Makeup Collection Ready for Takeoff

“Star Wars” fans and cosmetics lovers can snag the limited-edition collection Dec. 12.

Makeup artist and mogul Pat McGrath has teamed up with “Star Wars” to release a limited-edition collection just in time for the release of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” – and the holiday season.

The seven-piece collection includes four lip products and three eyeshadow palettes. The palettes are part of McGrath’s Mothership line, which fans have long awaited a resurrection of.

“Fans have been asking me daily for its return," says McGrath. "I'm thrilled that it's back in cult collectable gold packaging – the ultimate guilty pleasure. I suggest all my fellow beauty-loving ‘Star Wars’ fans snatch theirs quick before they are forever gone to a galaxy far far away.”

Two-of-the-three palettes are new originals inspired by the franchise, and one is returning from the grave. The Mothership IV palette is a cult favorite among Pat McGrath fans and makes its return in new “Star Wars” gold packaging.

It's no secret that Pat McGrath is a huge “Star Wars” fan, and this is not her first time working with the franchise. In 2015, McGrath collaborated with CoverGirl and Max Factor for another limited-edition collection inspired by the film and television franchise.

“Star Wars” merchandise has been high on the holiday radar for many, particularly after the debut of Baby Yoda on “The Mandalorian.” Funko Pop! recently announced a Baby Yoda bobblehead, but fans won’t be able to get their hands on it until May 2020. Baby Yoda apparel is currently available on the Disney online store and on Amazon.

The Pat McGrath x “Star Wars” collection will be available beginning Dec. 12.

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