At long last, nearly two years after introducing the Classic Collection, KKW Beauty is finally launching its sequel — and it’s perfectly suited for its founder, the queen of glam neutrals, Kim Kardashian West.
“I finalized this collection a few months ago and was feeling really inspired by my surroundings,” Kardashian West says in a statement about the Classic II Eyeshadow Palette ($45). “This new palette is inspired by my family trips to Wyoming with all the earthy, natural tones you see in the northwestern mountain regions. I incorporated that feeling into the shades and their names.”
Those shades are Exist, a matte cream; Abundance, a matte beige taupe; Geode, a metallic truffle brown with gold flecks; Gravity, a metallic chocolate brown; Haze, a matte ash brown; Terrain, a matte dark brown; Solar, a metallic golden copper; Energy, a metallic chestnut bronze; Neutral, a matte peachy beige, and Manifest, a matte red-brown.
Kardashian West isn’t one to drop just a palette, though. Alongside the Classic II Eyeshadow Palette, she’s launching new Nude Glosses ($20 each) in 11 shades inspired by the existing Nude Crème Lipsticks — pinky and peachy beiges, honeys and terracottas, and chocolatey browns.
“I love the shade range of our Nude Crème Lipsticks, and I am so excited to finally introduce a gloss collection with shades that correspond exactly with our Nude Crème Lipsticks colors,” Kardashian West says, noting how versatile they are. “Depending on the look you’re going for, you can layer, mix and match the shades to go from creamy to glossy in a minute. You can also wear them alone for a wash of shiny nude color.”
The Classic II Eyeshadow Palette and Nude Glosses launch Sunday, June 21, on kkwbeauty.com. And while you’re there, be sure to check out the huge sale running from Saturday, June 21, through Monday, June 23. To celebrate KKW Beauty’s third anniversary, you can score 33 percent off of so many products, including Liquid Concealers, Matte Lipsticks, Crème Highlight Singles, and more.
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