Barry M launches Harry Potter makeup collection

There’s a magical new makeup collection that should be on any muggle’s radar.

The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 ¾ has launched its first ever makeup collection, in collaboration with cosmetics brand Barry M.

Available from today, the range includes sets which pay tribute to the Deathly Hallows, Luna Lovegood and each of the four Hogwarts houses – making six different bundles in total. 

Each of the house collections include nail paint, a compact mirror and a two-pack nail file kit made up of one emery board nail file and one luxurious glass file, as well as an eyeshadow palette.

But they all have a different colour scheme to represent Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw.

The Deathly Hallows range, on the other hand, includes a brush set with six essential brushes for eyes, lips and face, a black mascara and a highly pigmented eyeshadow palette – all in black snakeskin effect packaging.

While the Luna Lovegood range includes two shimmery nail paints, two sparkly lip glosses and two holographic eyeshadow toppers – which are available in iridescent, glittery shades.

It’s worth pointing out that all pieces can be bought individually, with prices starting from £3.95, whereas bundles range from £32-£75.

All the items can be purchased from The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4, Kings Cross, the online store, the Harry Potter Store and in-store at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.

No doubt the pieces will make great stocking fillers for the Potter-lover in your life.

If you’re a makeup lover and have concerns about your lipstick staying on underneath your face mask at the moment, we’ve ranked the best long-lasting lippies that pass the mask test.

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