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Start off the new year with a trip to Sephora’s and Hello Kitty!

Sephora’s giving ladies a chance to buy Hello Kitty and not be ashamed by its cute face. If you’re make-up deficient like I am (or just don’t have enough practice), this is an opportunity to start stocking up or start experimenting.

Unlike M.A.C.’s collection last year, Sephora is focusing on the girls who grew up with Hello Kitty and couldn’t simple let go. Opting for a classy, sophisticated but still very feminine color palette, Sephora is channeling the glamourous side of Hello Kitty.

With a focus on subtle pinks and purples, contained in simplistic white and crystal molds shaped like this beloved Sanrio character’s face, this collection is made just for girls who are twenty-somethings going on eighteen.

Already have that hammer in hand, ready to break that piggy bank? Think before you act. Hello Kitty won’t be coming to Sephora stores until mid-January.

Until then check out, which has a detailed preview of what’s to come.


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