Revolution launches line inspired by The Matrix

Revolution Beauty and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have announced the launch of The Matrix XX Revolution, a make-up line inspired by The Matrix Resurrections.

Launching 22 years after The Matrix first hit cinemas, and with The Matrix Resurrections due to hit screens in December 202, the 13-piece collection inspired by the film franchise aims to serve up next-level looks to the masses.

The Neo Shadow Palette  gives The Matrix fans the choice to either follow the blue pill or red pill depending on their fancy; the blue pill features bold blues, greens, and yellows, while the red pill includes risky reds, pinks, oranges, and nudes – all in a mixture of matte and foil finishes.

Trinity Luxx Shadow Palette has stand-out pinks, purples, and greens, while Morpheus Luxx Shadow Palette XXplores The Matrix with smokey tones, golden brown nudes and intergalactic pinks. 

The Prophecy Lip Set provides the ultimate choice of matte (Neo) and gloss (Trinity) intense black, while the Simulation Lip Set offers vibrant matte intensity with Mr Anderson (an intense wine-red matte liquid lipstick) and Agent Smith (forest green matte liquid lipstick). 

Customers can step back into the 2000’s and create a bold look that will turn heads with the new System Failure Liquid Eyeliner; an authoritative black liner with a soft precision tip. 

The Matrix Anomaly Loose Pigment Set is a set of three pigments in one, offering both matte and shimmer finishes: Morpheus is a black matte pigment; Trinity has a gorgeous green shimmer; and Neo is a gold shimmer pigment. 

The Déjà Vu Mascara lengthens and volumises lashes, and The Matrix Brush Set, Face Pads, Mesh Bag and Cosmetic Case complete the range.

Prices start from £10, visit revolutionbeauty.com for more information.

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