Katy Perry has delighted beauty addicts everywhere with the news that she has launched a collection of lipsticks with CoverGirl. The 31-year-old couldn't wait to show off the new shades, rocking pink and berry lipsticks from the collection as she hit the Coachella music festival over the weekend.
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Katy Perry has launched a new collection of lipsticks with CoverGirl
The Roar hitmaker first took to Twitter to announce her exciting new venture, writing to her 86.9 million followers. "After several wonderful years of BEING the face, I now get to CREATE the face!" she said of her work with CoverGirl, for whom she has been a brand ambassador since 2013.
Katy then gave her followers a sneak peek at the new 'Kitty Kat Collection', revealing the 13 lipsticks' feline-themed names: Sphynx, Pink Paws, Magenta Mix, Coral Cat, Cat Call, Kitty Purry, Cosmo Kitty, Maroon Meow, Catoure, Perry Panther, Purrsian Pink, Tame Tiger – as well as a matte shade, Crimson Cat. The new range will also include two mascaras in black and blue.
Katy shared the news on Twitter
The star also went the extra mile to give her new range that personal touch, revealing she had signed a series of the lipsticks for fans. "… the first 100 pre-orders get a Perry Panther lipstick signed by me!" she explained, causing a social media frenzy amongst her fans.
During Coachella, Katy took to Instagram to post a series of snaps in which she rocked the colourful shades, kicking off the festival with Coral Cat, a bold shade of pink. The following day, the Dark Horse singer chose Pink Paws, a paler pink shade, as she headed to a glamorous party hosted by her close friend and Moschino's designer Jeremy Scott.
The singer chose the Pink Paws shade for Jeremy Scott's party at Coachella
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As well as the pink and red shades, Katy revealed she will be trying one of the edgier colours at this year's highly-anticipated Met Gala, taking place in May. "I'm going to be wearing Perry Panther to the Met Gala and it's going to be amazing," she told Vogue. "It's black, it's different. It will be really fun, and it's super fashion, you know – you see it a lot on the runways these days."