Retro Video Cartridge Makeup Line Gives Nintendo Fans a New Reason to Cheer
For the retro gaming fan (like yours truly), classic Nintendo is key. Gaining hearts and chomping ghosts became not only a hobby but a quest and a way of life. Espionage Cosmetics delved into the geeky little heart of every classic Nintendo fan and unveiled a new cosmetic cartridge styled after the old Nintendo Game Boy cartridges. They have even included a corresponding eyeshadow color.
Some of this author’s most favorite games are featured in this clever and frankly, completely awesome cosmetic line, such as Legend of Zelda, Tetris, and Pac-Man. Now, Espionage keeps on top of all things pop culture, from Mass Effect inspired looks (a favorite of at least one of our staff members), to a Firefly collection that is truly ‘Shiny.’ This is a great place for all self proclaimed nerds to absolutely prove that loving makeup is truly a thing and not a paradox.
Power up your Nerd Makeup with the latest from Espionage Cosmetics! These fun Cartridge Compacts easily fit in your pocket, conveniently hold our exclusive pressed eyeshadows, and most importantly, look rad as heck! Cartridge shadows are replaceable, so you can customize and swap at will!”
The Tetris “Nerd Makeup” is in the Zero Suit purple hue that will definitely look fantastic with any skin tone. You can swap it out for other eyeshadows like Go Alone green, Marshmallow Vacuum pink, Dungeon Crawler bronze, or Nom Nom yellow.
Tetris might have been this author’s time waster of choice, but there is still plenty of love for the Pac-Man cartridge shown here:
Or especially the Legend of Zelda cartridge below. These are all available for preorder and with your choice of eyeshadow colors (some colors even come with matching nail wraps)!
You can preorder the line here, and take your retro fandom to the next level. The Compact Kits will launch May 15th, 2018, but you can pre-order them now for $10 off! So, which one of the amazing shadows was your favourite? Were you feeling the “go alone” vibes, or was something else more your style? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check us out over on Twitter for all things gaming – all the time.