Star Wars collaborates with Max Factor on new makeup collection

Let 'The Force Awaken' your makeup technique with these futuristic beauty looks.

Emma Akbareian
Thursday 13 August 2015 16:18 BST
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Star Wars and its cast members are not generally considered to be style icons, however all that may be set to change thanks to a new makeup collaboration with Max Factor.

Fancy channeling your inner Princess Leia? In the run-up to the release of the eagerly anticipated new installment in the Star Wars franchise, Episode VII - The Force Awakens, an unlikely partnership has emerged between the film and makeup brand Max Factor.

The global cosmetics partnership details of which have been announced for the first time today, is made up of 6 looks created by world renowned makeup artist Pat McGrath.

Storm Trooper inspired makeup look by Max Factor for Star Wars
Storm Trooper inspired makeup look by Max Factor for Star Wars

The futuristic makeup looks were inspired by key themes in the upcoming film with the transformation of characters and the exploration of both their dark and light sides.

If that's got you feeling like you want to have a go at creating your own avant garde Star Wards inspired look well soon you'll be able to because there's also a limited edition collection of products going on sale which will help you recreate the looks.

Droid inspired makeup look by Max Factor for Star Wars
Droid inspired makeup look by Max Factor for Star Wars

"Makeup is all about transformation and self-expression, and – with the looks inspired by the film – Max Factor will celebrate the gorgeous, awe-inspiring glamour of each look, helping women recreate this glamour themselves." Commented Esi Eggleston-Bracey, Vice President of Global Cosmetics at P&G.

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