Make Your Makeup Routine More Playful With the Help of Sephora and Coach

Get “Rexy” with this lovely T-Rex makeup palette. (Courtesy of Coach)

By Jennifer McKee

Here’s a limited-edition collection you’ll want to jump on. Beauty and fashion brands Sephora and Coach have teamed up for a series of playful eyeshadow palettes, brushes, lip gloss and nail sets to get your hands on now.

Imagined in a warm color palette and with hardware inspired by Coach’s leather-craft heritage, each of the collection’s seven products come in glittery packaging with colorful and nostalgic illustrations. Look for Coach’s signature “Sculpted C,” its most recognizable house code, and the tea rose, the house’s wildflower, inspired by the spirit of adventure.

Items from the Sephora + Coach collaboration. (Courtesy of Coach)

There are also appearances by Coach mascots Rexy, Sharky and Uni.

“I wanted to create something playful but also very Coach—really rooted in a rich color palette that recalls our leather heritage,” says Stuart Vevers, Coach’s creative director. “Like a beloved bag or favorite piece of outerwear, makeup is about creativity and style and with Sephora, we were able to find another way to celebrate self-expression.”

“Sephora Collection’s goal is to not only create affordable and inclusive beauty products, but to inspire our clients to learn, explore and confidently play with beauty,” says Brooke Banwart, vice president and general manager of Sephora Collection North America. “When we thought about inspiring play, Coach felt like the perfect partner, as their values of inclusivity, self-expression and authenticity align seamlessly with all Sephora stands for.”

The Tea Rose Nail Set (Courtesy of Coach)

The collection’s seven products range from $16-$68 and include:

• Rexy Eyeshadow Palette ($38): An eyeshadow palette with buttery matte gold metallic and soft shimmery shades;

• Sharky Eyeshadow Palette ($38): An eyeshadow palette with buttery mattes, bold metallics and soft, shimmery shades;

• Uni Face Palette ($38): An eyeshadow palette with soft, romantic mattes and shimmery shades for the ultimate glow;

• Tea Rose Brush Set ($68): A glittery five-piece brush set that features playful Coach mascots and the tea rose, a symbol of the Coach Girl’s wild feminine spirit. Each brush is custom designed with a glitter handle and vegan, synthetic bristles;

• Tea Rose Lip Set ($36): Four high-shine lip gloss shades that glide smoothly across lips, with a refreshing, tingly sensation for comfortable, non-sticky wear;

• Tea Rose Eye Masks ($16): Eye masks enriched with cucumber extract and rose oil that impart a soothing feeling around the eyes with a fresh touch. The set comes with three pairs of under-eye patches:
 
• Tea Rose Nail Set ($18): A nail set with pretty pink nail polish in a perfecting base/topcoat with playful nail stickers featuring the Coach mascots. 

Run, don’t walk, to purchase these online, at Sephora and select Coach stores!

The Tea Rose Brush Set is playful and nostalgic. (Courtesy of Coach)

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