Essence and Catrice have announced a very exciting new collection with their sister brand; Catrice. The Catrice x Disney Villains Collection and the Essence x Disney Princess Collection which I have featured in full right here.
This is such a genius idea for a collaboration, and there’s a great amount of products for both of the collections so there’s bound to be something for everyone. Plus Essence and Catrice are both affordable, making it an even more exciting collaboration.
Catrice x Disney Villains Collection
The Catrice x Disney Villains Collection consists of fifteen products, all od which are themed around three Disney Villains; Ursula, Evil Queen and Maleficent. The Essence collection is similar also, in that it is features three princesses.
I’m going to be sharing every single product within the Catrice x Disney Villains Collection, so keep on reading to see which products are included within this budget friendly Disney collaboration.
Catrice x Disney Villains Eyeshadow Palettes
First up in the collection are the eyeshadow palettes. There’s an eyeshadow palette for all three Disney Villains in the collection, and I just love all three. Just like the Essence Princess palettes, some shades in each palette have a marbleised finish, and there’s matte and shimmer finishes also.
They have silver, metallic coloured cardboard, square shaped packaging, and contain sixteen powder shadows. They’re going to be priced at €12.99, and they each have a mirror inside the lid.
The first palette within the Catrice x Disney Villains Collection is the Catrice x Disney Villains Ursula Shadow Palette. All of the shade names have a water theme, and some of the shades feature a shell embossed detail which looks so cute (and shells feature on some of the Ariel Palette shadows too).
These shades are mostly neutrals, with a mostly cool undertone and pops of purple so complement Ursula herself.
- Sea Witch
Next up is the Catrice x Disney Villains Evil Queen Eyeshadow Palette, which has an image of the Evil Queen on the top. Again, it features 16 shades with a total weight of 18g.
This palette features a pretty warm toned theme, with mostly neutrals and a couple of orange and red to symbolise the apple, and there’s an apple embossing on some of the shades.
The third and final palette within the Catrice x Disney Villains Collection is the Catrice x Disney Villains Maleificent Eyeshadow Palette. This is my personal favourite, and has a mostly cool toned colour story with some gorgeous greens, with a Maleficent embossing on some of the shades.
Catrice x Disney Villains Collection Highlighters
The next product within the collection is highlighters, and for some strange reason there’s only a highlighter for two out of the three villains in the collection; Ursula and Evil Queen. It’s a shame they didn’t make one for Maleficient, and they’ve done three products for each villain throughout.
The first Catrice x Disney Villains Collection highlighter is Ursula 01 Demonic Rose, and the second is Evil Queen 02 Diabolic Gold. Each highlighter comes in cardboard packaging, with a mirror inside the lid.
Each of the two highlighters contain 16g of product, and will retail for €7.99 each. The highlighters have a beautiful, raised embossed effect with the villain of each highlighter which looks amazing.
Catrice Ursula 01 Demonic Rose Highlighter
Catrice Evil Queen 02 Diabolic Gold Highlighter
The Ursula Demonic Rose Highlighter appears to be a pretty rosy toned champagne hue, and the Evil Queen Diabolic Gold Highlighter is a golden champagne hue. They are both so pretty, and I just love the raised detail on the pans.
Catrice x Disney Villains Face Brush & Bag Set
Next up in the collection is the Catrice x Disney Villains Face Brush & Bag Set which features a silver, metallic faux leather zip up brush bag, and three metallic face makeup brushes.
The villains are all illustrated on to the front of the pouch, and their silhouettes feature on the handles of the brushes too. The three brushes within the set are;
- Ursula Powder Brush
- Evil Queen Highlighter Brush
- Maleficent Contouring Brush
In addition to the Catrice x Disney Villains Face Brush & Bag Set, the three brushes will be available to purchase individually which is great if you have a favourite princess or don’t want the full brush bag and brush set.
The brushes will be €5.99 to purchase individually, and they come in cardboard boxes to keep them protected, with metallic silver handles and duo-fiber soft, cruelty-free bristles.
Catrice x Disney Villains Collection Lipsticks
The Catrice x Disney Villains Collection includes a lipstick for each of the villains, and the lipsticks have silver metallic casing.
Each lipstick also has Disney Villains embossed into the lipstick bullet, and they look so sleek. They’re €3.99 each, and include a warm nude, a bright red and a cool toned pink.
The three lipsticks are;
- Ursula 01 Villainous Nude
- Evil Queen 02 Wicked Red
- Maleficent 03 Malevolent Rose
Catrice x Disney Villains Face Masks Collection
The last product within the Catrice x Disney Villains Collection is a set of three face masks, which are all designed to be hydrating and highly caring for the skin.
They have different scents, and each mask contains two packets, for two applications, and they’ll be priced at €2.99 each which is a great price for two face masks.
Catrice x Disney Villains Ursula 01 Life’s Full Of Tough Choices Face Mask
This mask features algae extract, shea butter, hyaluronic acid and glycerin.
Catrice x Disney Villains Evil Queen 02 Bite of a Poisoned Apple Face Mask
This mask features hyaluronic acid, shea butter and glycerin.
Catrice x Disney Villains Maleficent 03 Battle With The Forces of Evil Face Mask
This mask features green tea extract, hyaluronic acid, shea butter and glycerin.
So that is everything within the Catrice x Disney Villains Collection which is very exciting. I hate it when a brand collaborates with a licensed property like Disney and launches just one single product.
Essence and Catrice have gone all out on this two part collection, and it’s amazing. I will update this post if I discover any other stockists, but I can’t wait to see reviews once the products fully launch.
All images belong to Catrice.
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