September 19, 2018

If Cute Is Your Thing The Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection Should Appeal

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The Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection is a new, limited edition makeup collection inspired by all ice cream! In 2016, the Museum of Ice Cream opened it’s doors in New York to immerse visitors into an interactive experience that will tickle anyone’s inner child. If you lived unless you’ve dived into the Sprinkle Pool because there’s nothing like picking our colorful sprinkles from your hair, bra, and other areas well after your visit.

The Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection has rather bad timing in my opinion! A few years ago this would have been dubbed cute by me but after I’ve been force fed unicorns, mermaids, and fairies for the past two years I’m pretty much over anything that’s too cute. This collection should be appealing to tweens and perhaps really early teenagers but I’m not sure how many grown women and me will indulge in this one! One of the things that’s really crazy are the prices of this collection!

Although I will say the Sprinkle Pool Brush Set is adorable!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Sprinkle Pool Brush Set $64
A five piece brush set stored in an adorable see-through sprinkle clutch!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection Dream Team Pigment Palette $42
A cute popsicle palette holding 12 vibrant, ice cream inspired eyeshadow shades with a stick that turns into a brush for application!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection Rainbow Sherbet Lash $18
A colorful set of fluttery lashes!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection Let Them Eat Popsicles Lip Set $34
A yummy selection of glosses in bright, colorful ice pop shades!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection Sugar Wafer Face Palette $36
Six blushes, highlighters, and bronzes all in ice cream hues to light up your face!

Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection I Scream Charm Bracelet $28
A cute charm bracelet featuring yummy sweets!

What do you think of the Museum of Ice Cream x Sephora Collection?

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  • Kimmwc03

    I thought it was cute until I saw the prices. No thanks.

    I did recently try some Museum of Ice cream ice cream though. It was OK but not as good as Ben & Jerry’s.

  • kjh

    Was this not ready in time for summer release, or is it a nod to those in the Southern hemisphere, the way Bite occasionally does a just for Canada? There is a Sephora Aus, Singapore, etc. The i.c. stuff is fairly cutely themed, and popsicle lips are always a thing. Tangentiality alert: Kawaii obsession with the Gudetama lazy egg. Never liked the Holika Holika shades, but I found baby wipes at the Asian marketplace! And a customer had the m/u bag from an Ipsy box. Now, I’m all over Amazon for the yolk, folks. I think it’s his quasi-negative attitude that appeals to me. Meh. WTF. Never thought I’d be a Sanrio person. I mean, who ever smiles at their baby wipes?

  • Carol G

    I think it’s an odd time of year to put it out. Why didn’t they release this in May or June? And you’re right, the prices are a little too highbrow for me.

  • Magenta Wilde

    Why is this coming out in September? Seems like it’d be best to release in JUne.

  • ThinkPinkDays

    Thanks for the heads up! As someone in her late thirties thought it was completely appropriate to
    purchase the brush set via the app. BTW…after watching Two Spirits Love, if someone asks me if I could come back as an animal in the next life, I would totally choose a duck in the off chance Mario Maurer would chase after me :). P.S. I recommend Nueng Nai Suang if you want something to watch in the background while working.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL! omg! Yes can I come back as a duck too!? he is lovely isn’t he!? I’ve seen NNS, that’s my other lakorn boyfriend btw, James Ji! Did you see Padiwaradda? He and Bella are so cute together!

  • melissa

    i think this should have been a early summer release & i will be skipping this its just not for me plus with the Holidays so much will be released

  • Miki Nyckel

    I agree that the timeline seems to be a little misguided! Unfortunate. However, I need those lashes from pride for next year, and I love the brushes! And the clutch is soooo cute. I can’t resist those ones. I hope the brushes are decent.