Dec 18, 2023 09:44 PM EST
Madonna speaks onstage during the 65th GRAMMY Awards at Crypto.com Arena on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
Beauty industry icon Jerrod Blandino and pop legend Madonna have unveiled another collaborative makeup collection.
The new collection marked the Too Faced co-founder and the singer’s second time teaming up for a makeup collaboration. It drew inspiration from Madonna’s most iconic stage looks across four decades of tours.
“Creating a line of world-class beauty products with my friend Madonna for her critically acclaimed ‘Celebration Tour’ was one of the most special and creative experiences of my career,” said Blandino, who is also co-founder of beauty incubator Toy Box. “Jumping between friend and fan, I set out to capture M’s iconic beauty and energy of the last four decades.”
The limited-edition collection is exclusively available at “The Celebration Tour” and on shop.madonna.com.
It includes the Blond Ambition Matte Lipstick in Iconic Red ($30), a matte red lipstick; Like a Virgin Plumping Lip Gloss ($30), a hydrating lip plumper; Where’s the Party On-Stage Highlighter ($45), a hybrid gel-powder highlighter; and Give Good Face Compact Mirror (25$), a magnified compact mirror. The products were inspired by Madonna’s “Blond Ambition,” “Virgin,” and “Who’s That Girl” tours.
As of writing, the Give Good Face Compact Mirror is sold out on the website.
The limited-edition lipsticks and lip plumpers can double as wearable necklaces as they are encased in metallic, crucifix-inspired boxes, honoring past Madonna eras,
Each packaging showcases individual tour names and their corresponding dates, creating a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for Madonna’s fans.
The products were created in limited quantities with top-notch formulations in Italy and were developed for the pop superstar’s personal use and for fans to recreate her iconic, show-stopping looks.
Fans in the U.S. can snag the limited-edition collection as Madonna’s tour starts its North American leg this winter at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The collection will be available during shows across the country while supplies last.
Blandino co-founded Too Faced Cosmetics, a massively successful brand known for pioneering the world’s first glitter eyeshadow and highly effective lip plumper.
Alongside co-founder Jeremy Johnson, Blandino sold Too Faced to the Estée Lauder Companies in 2016, setting a record with a $1.45 billion deal. This move cemented their status as two of the most accomplished figures in the cosmetics industry.