The celebrity beauty collaborations that exceed expectations

There has long been a tradition of celebrities collaborating with beauty brands, but sometimes they can be a disappointment.  We’ve rounded up the very best celebrity beauty collaborations, both past and present, that have raised the bar.  

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Chrissy Teigan x BECCA

When we heard that the Queen of Twitter Chrissy Teigan was collaborating with beauty extraordinaire BECCA, we were so excited. They’ve created a limited edition glow palette that flatters every skin tone – seriously! It features a highlighter, blusher and bronzer so you can achieve that perfect summer glow, without damaging your skin!


Gwen Stefani x Urban Decay

Gwen collaborated with Urban Decay to create a stellar eyeshadow palette that offered just the right amount of everyday shades combined with bolder pops of colour. They were perfectly blendable and became a go-to for many trying to perfect that smoky eye look.


Victoria Beckham x Estée Lauder 

We couldn’t contain our excitement when it was announced that Victoria Beckham was collaborating with Estée Lauder, and it didn’t disappoint. The collaboration has been met with rave reviews thanks to the pigmentation, colours used, blendability and even the amazing packaging.


Gwyneth Paltrow x Juice Beauty 

It’s rare for celebrities to collaborate on skincare, but Gwyneth Paltrow really pulled it out the bag when she worked with Juice Beauty. The range is filled with organic and nourishing ingredients that will help to boost your skin all year round.


Kate Moss x Rimmel 

Kate Moss has been the face of Rimmel London for years, but it took a while for her to actually collaborate with the brand. But, finally (and thankfully) in 2016 she created six lipsticks for Rimmel’s 15th anniversary – three nudes and three reds – alongside super gel nail polish, making it easier than ever for us to get the London look.


Ariana Grande x MAC 

Global darling Ariana Grande collaborated with MAC twice in 2016 for their Viva Glam campaign. She first launched a dark plum lipstick alongside a sheer pink gloss, following it up with hot-pink-purple alongside a light pink gloss, meaning there is a super luxurious shade for everyone.

What celebrity beauty collaborations do you rate? Send us your recommendations @Shopological

Published in Beauty Bulletin by Harriet Page on July 6, 2017

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