January 3, 2017

Crayola for Clinique Chubby Sticks for Spring 2017

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The darling Crayola for Clinique Chubby Sticks for Spring 2017 launched today at clinique.com and I couldn’t be more exciting. This new, limited edition collaboration between Crayola and Clinique brings us a selection of Crayola for Clinique Chubby Stick For Lips, Crayola Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balms, as well as Crayola for Clinique Limited Edition Gift Sets featuring cute packaging and fun shades that can be used on your lips. Finally, Crayola Crayons we can use on our face right? I know growing up I was smitten with my big old box of 64 Crayola Crayons and of course, makeup addict I am I wanted to use them on my lips and face. Because why reserve 64 shades just for paper right?

Now you can with the Crayola for Clinique Collection!

Crayola for Clinique Limited-Edition Set of 8 Minis $49.50
Includes 8 Mini Chubby Stick Intense and Moisturizing Lip Colour Balms (0.04 oz each) in the following shades:

  • Brick Red
  • Wild Strawberry
  • Mango Tango
  • Melon
  • Mauvelous
  • Pink Sherbert
  • Fuzzy Wuzzy
  • Red Violet


Crayola for Clinique Limited-Edition Set of 4 Minis $25
A limited edition set of intense and sheer shades of Clinique’s Chubby Stick for Lips.


Crayola for Clinique Chubby Stick For Lips $17
A limited edition collection of Chubby Sticks for lips done up in cute Crayola packaging and loaded with mango and shea butters for moisture as well as a sheer hint of tint.


Shades include:

  • Razzmataz
  • Wild Strawberry
  • Mauvelous
  • Mango Tango
  • Melon
  • Pink Sherbet
  • Tickle Me Pink

Crayola for Clinique Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm $17
A limited edition selection of Clinique’s most pigmented Chubby Sticks for Lips that soft, smooth, hydrate, and bring a dose of pigmented color to lips!



  • Red Violet
  • Brick Red
  • Fuzzy Wuzzy

The Crayola for Clinique Collection is available now for a limited time at clinique.com.

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  • Ashley

    Hmmm…pass. I’ll stick with my lovely mini holiday set, which is enough chubby to last me a good long while. If Clinique had gone the extra mile to reinvent these shades instead of just repackage them, my interested would be peaked. Aside from the nostalgia and cute aesthetic, there is nothing really appealing here, unless you do not already have the shades in your collection. Also, something like this seems like it should have a purpose, a “beauty with a cause” moment. Are Clinique and Crayola donating any of the profits to a children’s charity? I would purchase something, if I knew the proceeds were going to help children, maybe for schools, children’s hospitals, or just children in need.

  • Leticia

    Personally, I’m not a fan of the packaging. I’m not sure why a brand like Clinique would be doing something like this. But to each, their own 🙂
    And if anyone is wondering, someone from Clinique said, “They’re all colors that we already carry at Clinique. Just renamed to match Crayola color names and put in Crayola tubes.” So, good to know if you already own most or all of the Chubby Stick lip shades 🙂

  • Patti Zayac

    These are adorable and quite clever, probably will only get one since I did purchase the holiday mini set and am enjoying that set very much. Cute idea, sure beats the bowling motif that MAC offered last year, that was really rather odd.

  • Kimmwc03

    How cute! If these show up at my local counter then I will probably pick up a mini set.

  • Carol G

    I agree with some of the other comments. If these were new shades that would be fine but they are just recycled shades. Clinique does skincare better than their makeup in my opinion and I used to work for Clinique. When I left the company they were desperately trying to reach out to millennials with most of their marketing and that’s what this seems to be.

  • Sara

    I’ve been sitting here trying to figure out which colors the renamed ones match up to, since I already own a few. I think I need to see them in the store to really be sure, its hard comparing online. Its like beauty detective work!

    • Isabella Muse

      haha likewise, I have all the originals and all the intense but some look like shades I don’t already own!?

    • Leticia

      After going over these myself and then confirming with a Clinique Consultant, here are the New name shades with the names of the original Clinique Cubby Sticks:

      Melon – Mighty Mimosa
      Mango Tango – Oversized Orange
      Pink Sherbert – Woppin’ Watermelon
      Tickle Me Pink – New LE shade
      Razzmatazz – Pudgy Peony
      Marvelous – Super Strawberry
      Wild Strawberry – Chunky Cherry

      Brick Red – New LE shade
      Red Violet – Grandest Grape
      Fuzzy Wuzzy – New LE shade

  • Iris

    Kinda disappointed. I thought these were brand new shades until I read the comments. The packaging is cute, though.

  • AJ

    Well, even though I’m on a financial diet, I had to order the four-pack of minis directly from the Clinique site, though I see now that the four-pack is also available at Sephora. Coulda gotten better free gifts and points. But no matter. I am going to give this mini pack to my college-age niece because I know she likes the Chubby Sticks line. I think she’ll also really enjoy that these are minis so they fit in your purse easily and are just a better size. The crayola packaging is so cute and retro, I would think they are marketing more to Baby Boomers/Gen X-ers like me. I love the mini pack!