Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Jem and The Holograms Sephora Collection

If you're an 80's kid or especially an 80's girl you probably remember Jem and The Holograms.

I remember that I used to watch the show and that I had a Jem and The Holograms doll. I think it was a Barbie.

It came with a music tape.

I remember listening to it loud on the cassette player. Aw those were the days...

Sephora is allowing me to relive the days of my youth by releasing a Jem and The Holograms Collection.

The Collection contains an eyeshadow palette, a liquid lip set, a lipstick, and a compact mirror.


Truly Outrageous Eyeshadow Palette - $39


It contains 24 vibrant eyeshadows that are matte, shimmer, and glitter.

Each column is set up in a way that allows you to create an eye look based on a member of Jem and The Holograms. 


The shades are Minx, Mrs. Bailey, Stinger, Jettam Raya, Kimber, Jerrica, Jemstar, Gal Pal, Rockstar, 1980's, Shana, Clash, Rockin' Roadster, Keytar, Pizzazz, Starlight, Cassette, Stormer, and Misfits.


Truly Outrageous Liquid Lip Set - $16

It comes with 5 liquid lipsticks in pink and purple shades.



The shades are Fashion Fame (light pink), Like A Dream (mauve), Music Is Magic (bright pink), To The Rescue (berry), and She's Got The Power (dark purple).




Truly Outrageous Lipstick - $25




This lipstick is an iridescent pink lipstick inspired by Jem.



Truly Outrageous Compact Mirror - $18


This compact is a dual compact mirror that was inspired by a gold vinyl record.

All items in the Jem and The Holograms are limited edition.

They are also only available at Sephora because they are a Sephora Collection.

The collection isn't yet available, but the items have been uploaded to Sephora's website so it is only a matter of time before they will be available online.

You can enter in your email to be notified when the items are available for purchase by clicking on the email me when available link on the any of the product's pages on sephora.com.

They will be in stores on Sephora stores on October 23rd.


Do you remember Jem and The Holograms? What is your inner 80's kid getting from the collection?

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