My Chemical Romance launches makeup line inspired by “Danger Days”
My Chemical Romance makes all of our teenage emo dreams come true with the news that their Dangerous days– the inspired makeup line has officially been discontinued.
Inspired by their 2010 album Danger Days: The Real Life of the Fabulous Killjoys, emo icons have once again teamed up with HipDot to offer the new range.
The new version follows their Three cheers for sweet revenge collection, which sold out instantly when it was released last year.
The line, which is available for pre-order between July 22 and July 29, includes a whole bunch of My Chemical Romance-inspired goodies, including an eyeshadow palette, eyeliner duo, base for the eyes and a four-piece lip gloss set.
MCR fans, we heard you loud and clear!
We’re doing things differently this time around to ensure FANS have the option to reserve their limited edition #HIPDOTxMCR Set of 2 collectors. All collector’s sets will be made to order, just for you!
Pre-orders will start July 22-29 pic.twitter.com/iwubResJr6
– HipDot (@HipDotCosmetics) July 8, 2021
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After many fans expressed disappointment at not being able to purchase the products from the first makeup line, HipDot said in a statement about their latest collaboration with My Chemical Romance, “We’re doing things differently this time around. to ensure that FANS have the opportunity to book. their limited edition #HIPDOTxMCR 2 collectors set.
“All collector’s sets will be made to order just for you!” “
Each element is also embossed with the spider that appears on the Dangerous days album cover, and the collection is vegan and cruelty-free.
Pre-orders for My Chemical Romance Dangerous days The inspired collection is available July 22-29 and will ship to the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands.
You can pre-order the collection here.
In other My Chemical Romance news, the band’s former drummer Bob Bryar recently sold a drum kit he was using while on the iconic emo act, grossing US $ 14,100.
The kit, which Bryar auctioned off to raise funds for the Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption Center, was used in the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, The Black Parade recording sessions, as well as the tour that followed.
“Hi. This is my very last drum kit and it’s ready for a new home. I used this kit when mychem opened MTV VMAs in 2005, the next tour, and for part of the parade record. You can youtube the VMAs to see it in action, ”Bryar said in the custom instrument listing.
“The finish was created to match Helena’s time. It is a very dark red sheen that is almost black. this is my favorite finish of all the kits I have had.
Bryar added that there is also a little extra piece of memorabilia that is part of the kit.
“If you look closely, there’s still some confetti from the tour that crept into the bass drum hole. I’ll leave that in there for you.
“I will include the road case which was custom made for this. the case has spaces for all the parts… the bass drum, rack tom, bass tom and snare drum. It also has the my Chemical Romance logo from the continuous tour we were on. If I remember correctly, the deal alone was $ 1,700.
He added, “The drums have been in my house for a long time now, so I can take these pictures now. the case is at the storage facility so I don’t have a good picture of it yet.
“When / if they sell, I’ll go to the warehouse to pick up the suitcase and add other things while I’m there.” I can add a DW9000 pedal and maybe a stand or 2 or whatever I find in there.
“Like all other drum kits, the money will be donated to the Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption Center.
Bryar left My Chemical Romance in 2010, before retiring completely from the music industry in 2014.
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