Tonymoly Has Released Pokémon-Inspired Makeup and Beauty Products – Now Also Available in the US


Catching Pokémon is hard business, as many intrepid trainers may know. But who says catchin’ ’em all means you can’t look good while doing it? Korean-based beauty line Tonymoly has just the thing with their line-up of Pokémon-themed makeup products, and they are simply adorable!

Tonymoly revealed their adorable products last year right when the Pokémon GO! craze was hitting its peak. Unfortunately, the products hadn’t been available for purchase in the United States until now. If Pokémon makeup sounds like a perfect purchase for fans of this Nintendo staple, check out some of the seemingly endless possibilities that one can buy at affordable prices:

This line-up doesn’t just stop at makeup, either. While customers can pick up their preferred shades of blush and eye shadow palettes, Tonymoly also offers up facial cleansers and shower gels for purchase. Customers can pick up some Diglet facial masks for clearer skin, hand cream with your favorite starter Pokémon on them, or body creams in four different varieties: Squirtle Water Moisture Cream, Pikachu Honey Moisture Cream, Psyduck Cheese Firming Cream, and Meowth Butter Nutrition Cream.

Interested customers can see the entire selection of products on Amazon from Tonymoly, both Pokémon-themed and non-Pokémon related products. It’s surprising to see how affordable these products really are, though it’s worth keeping in mind that it looks like the foundations available are for fair-skin types at this time. So far, there is no word on when darker shades of foundation will be released by creators. For those who have been playing the latest Pokémon Sun and Moon and are anxiously awaiting their chance to capture the adorable Marshadow, do it in style with Tonymoly’s latest products.

Thoughts on Pokémon makeup? Is this a good idea? Has anyone already opened up their Amazon shopping carts yet? Make sure to join in on the discussion in the comments below, or hop on over to the official Don’t Feed the Gamers Disqus channel. Also, don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7. As always … game on, friends!

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