Back of Get Your First Look at Twilight Beauty Palettes! While I dream of getting closer to Robert Pattinson's lips (it could happen!), I might just have to settle for the next best thing: checking out Twilight Beauty. A brand developed with the founder of DuWop cosmetics, the product range encompasses more than 70 items. You've already heard about Twilight Lip Venom, but more details are rolling out about the two lines of Twilight Beauty. Volturi Twilight will feature items such as Foreshadow eye shadow primer (coupled with Labyrinth Shadows loose glitter dust). Right now, we've got a sneak peek at items from Luna Twilight, the softer collection inspired by the women of the saga. For the first look at the palettes, sink your teeth into the full post. View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 These Luna Twilight color palettes ($28) include eye shadows, blush, lipstick, and lip gloss. They launch Sept. 15 at Dillard's, Nordstrom, and Twilight Beauty. Here's more on each palette, from left to right: Victoria is bold, with jewel-toned eye shadows, dark wine lipstick and gloss, and a cool-toned blush. Rosalie features coral blush, shimmery peach eye shadows, and peachy-pink lipstick and gloss. Bella features nude shadows, warm-toned blush, nude lipstick, and sheer cherry-red lip gloss. Alice is colorful, with blue and silver eye shadows, rosy blush, and sheer hot pink lips. When these launch, will you check them out? Comments emalove 7 years I am definitely going to get the Bella palette! I love the neutral shadows and cherry-colored gloss. I might get the Rosalie one too and save it for the warmer weather :) I'm really excited for this line! lilkimbo 7 years I'm with you, Advah, Baila, and others. Although, I disagree with those who think the price is steep; I don't think $28 is all that much. Also, #26, no one is posting anything personally insulting about Twilight fans, people are just stating that they aren't into the books/the Twilight mania. On a side note, I'm not familiar with all of the characters' personalities, but just knowing the actresses, some of these palettes do not seem well-suited for the actresses who play the characters. Yogaforlife 7 years I'm not a twilight fan but I like the look of the black case with the siloutte of trees. I hate that they are calling it "Twilight" though, ugh! tazzie961 7 years I like! I'm not normally a palette girl either, but those colours are nice. And yes, I'm a Twilight fan, so the appeal is double. I have red hair and pale skin so the Victoria one should suit me, but I like the colours in the Bella palette. Advah 7 years To those complaining abotu Baila's comment, she was just answering Bella's question "When these launch, will you check them out?". Which I think we're still allowed to do, whether we like Twilight or not. And I agree with Baila, some of the palettes actually look pretty cute, but I refuse to buy a "Twilight palette"! Leesamurmur 7 years They're expensive, and I too am wary of buying palettes like this - they scream "preteen girl who isn't serious about make-up and wants to look like Twilight characters." But all makeup palettes (with the pots of lipgloss, the cheek colors, and the eyeshadows) like this kind of make me think preteen anyway, for girls who are still experimenting. It has to be a VERY good palette for me to rethink this - and these, most certainly, are not. fashion_doll24 7 years The nice thing about these character-based palettes is the fact that you can go 'hmm, which character resembles me most when it comes to skintone/hair color?'. So yeah, that comes in handy. But other than that, they truly are a bit too expensive for a palette. Symphonee 7 years OH how I hate this. Stake it in the heart already. The palettes are really not that original and I only see one that I would buy if it did not say Twilight on it. polkadots567 7 years i think they all look cute! i love the rosalie one! amelioratelj 7 years I think the "Rosalie" palette is very pretty, I might look into it. TammyO 7 years I love how the Twilighter and the NonTwilighters continually come to blows with each other! :cheer: acyl 7 years Well I saw the story headline and the first thing I thought is "Oh look. Another way to make money off of this ridiculous Twight craze." Like you couldn't find any of those shades in any other makeup line already out there. So I'm not allowed to say that? Angela123 7 years I'm always hesitant about palettes that include eye, cheek, and lip colors. I have no idea why. But these look great, especially Victoria and Bella! I'd have to do some swatching though, to check the quality/pigmentation of the product. Because I buy makeup for the MAKEUP, not because of what it does or does not say on the box...geez. AND i agree with Evie29...why read a story titled "First look at TWILIGHT BEAUTY PALETTES" if all you are going to contribute to the discussion is that you hate the movie and its 'mania'--which this article is not even about?