If you’re nevertheless mourning the Lizzie McGuire reboot that could have been, we have the make-up collab for you.
On Sunday, March 21, ColourPop Cosmetics teased a new collab that experienced Twitter spinning. “Grab your ankle bracelet, hair crimper, and butterfly clips! It is time for some outfit repeating,” the account tweeted together with an iconic ’90s cartoon. It did not choose long for end users to guess the splendor manufacturer would be launching a Lizzie McGuire line.
Guaranteed adequate, on March 22, ColourPop unveiled it really is releasing a Disney Lizzie McGuire Selection which is “simply fearless and accredited cute!” The collab, which will feature a 12-pan eye shadow palette, a lip scrub, four lip glosses, two glitter gels, and two pressed powder blushes, will be available for order March 26 on coulourpop.com.
Honestly, the packaging is providing me flashbacks to jelly bracelets, chokers, and skinny headbands (it is really a superior factor that last accessory is generating a comeback)—and I’m not alone. “The lipgloss…..I am promptly 8 yrs previous all over again,” a single Twitter consumer wrote.
One more tweeted, “No..it can’t be..You telling me ColourPop Cosmetics is about to make my childhood fantasy occur true? A Lizzie McGuire Line?? *Screams in 12-12 months-outdated me.*”
That becoming claimed, some followers are incredibly disappointed there is certainly Lizzie McGuire information that is not relevant to a reboot or film. “Lizzie McGuire is trending bc a makeup brand is releasing a line of items inspired by/in collaboration with the exhibit,” a Twitter consumer wrote. “Disney+ genuinely fucked up by canceling the reboot. Fumbled the bag entirely.”
When the Lizzie McGuire reboot was formally canceled in December 2020, Hillary Duff weighed in on Instagram about the imaginative distinctions that led to its implosion. “I want any reboot of Lizzie to be truthful and genuine to who Lizzie would be these days,” she wrote on Instagram on December 16. “It’s what the character justifies. We can all consider a minute to mourn the amazing female she would have been and the adventures we would have taken with her.”