Following their successful collaboration last year, Morphe have teamed up with Coca Cola again for a new line of throwback-style makeup products, which have transported us back to the early 1970s!
The Morphe x Coca Cola 1971 collection emphasises the “peace, love and harmony” vibes that were prevalent in the first half of the 1970s, with a psychedelic-themed colour palette and design inspired by the iconic soft drink.
Sharing the exciting new collection on Instagram, the makeup brand wrote: “We’ve joined forces (again) with @cocacola and are taking you back to 1971 for some extra peace, love & harmony in your life.
“These playful shades are all about the feels. Feelings of optimism and connection – all while looking oh-so gorge.
“Let’s stun as one and show the world what we’ve got.”
First up is the gorgeous Awe Together Artistry Palette, featuring 18 different shades across the colour spectrum, from nude mattes to bright shimmers. The palette also includes a cute design beared with the Coca Cola logo.
Next is the Lip In Harmony Mini Lip Gloss set, which comes in four different juicy shades to give your lips that all important shiny finish.
We cannot get enough of the 1971 Edition Make It Big Mascara, which comes in a bright red case and will help define and enhance your eyelashes.
Finally, you can also get your hands on the Sweep The Peace Brush Set, which comes in five pieces in a collectors bag.
The Morphe x Coca Cola 1971 collection is now out on the brand’s official website, as well as select Morphe stores.
The collection will also be launching on Boots, ASOS and PrettyLittleThing’s websites starting from 18 May.
Prices range between £12 for the mascara, £19 for the lipgloss set, £22 for the palette and £26 for the brush set and bag, so overall each item makes for an affordable gift if you want to buy anything individually.
Morphe first joined forces with Coca Cola last year with products such as the Thirst For Life Artistry Palette and The Quench Beauty Sponge Collection.
What is your favourite item from the Morphe x Coca Colour 1971 collection? Let us know over on Twitter @Fuzzable!