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Love the idea of Finding Nemo!

I’d go for something with a really classic dark smokey eyes / red lips / perfect skin type look – I feel like I just saw a film that epitomized that, but nothing is coming to mind.

I love so many movies but if I had to pick one it’d probably be The Goonies. It’s exciting, adventurous, and fun. I imagine the packaging to have a Baby Ruth, One Eye’d Willy, a pirate ship, the map, and characters from the movie on it. As for the eye shadows, they’d all be jewel toned since they’re in search of One Eye’d Willy’s treasure.

Probably Pride & Prejudice. Earth tones, simple elegant and natural looking. Or Memoirs of a Geisha because everything in that film is so rich and luxurious and stunning. But these might just be my cultural/historical fascinations speaking. Lol.

Oh, the special packaging is a must for something like that. If I’m ever lucky enough to be on a marketing team or something…Oh do I have ideas :):)

oh my gosh, i am totally with you! ive seen some people do EOTD’s for each house and they are AWESOME! love this idea:) My first thought though, was The Notebook. Lots of vintage and romantic type colors.

This. Would. Be. AMAZING. I really hope someone does this (hey, with all the collections MAC spews out, maybe this could be one?!)!

I don’t really care for MAC collections because there are so many of them. And dupes. But if it was HARRY POTTER collection. I WOULD BE BROKE. I WOULD DEFIANTLY BUY BROOM STYLE BRUSHES. (Big HP fan here :D)

Marie Antoinette! It would be able to have all the gorgeous pastels but also incorporate dark colors for the masquerade ball scenes. And it would have over the top (and sturdy!) ornate packaging. Sophia Coppola made that movie so inspiring for me at least =)

Tim Burton’s The Corpse Bride and the palette for shadows will definitely be for smokey eye looks. I can also imagine some unique blend of colors for the lipsticks. πŸ˜€

Hunger Games. There’s so much you can do btwn the capital and the provinces. Glitz, glam, war. The options are endless

The Hunger Games! There are no rules. You can go for smokey eyes and nude lips to play up the grittiness of battle or go for full out glam to reflect the characters that live in the capital. I can’t wait for that movie.

Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City

Bold, sharp neutrals with the occasional burst of conspicuously contrasting color.

Yes! I loved the contrast and artistry involved in the color choices of the movie. That is the sort of palette that would be both wearable and bold. I would not only buy this palette (it would have to have some Frank Miller art on the front), but I would wear it all the time too.

Beatles movies I mean with every era comes such a variety of colors. Mop top era can be neutrals, while the psychedelic era would be bright.

this is such a great idea!

haha, i just pictured a makeup look based on the song “lucy in the sky with diamonds”….insanely fun!

Oh yeah, a night sky shade would be called “A Hard Days Night,” A neutral money like grassy green shade called, “Can’t Buy Me Love.”a bright yellow shadow called “Yellow Submarine,” a pallet with yellow and green and orange shades could be called “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” There are just so many possibilities.

I agree! There are so many colors you could go with and in so many types of finishes! I would totes by a Labyrinth collection! The names would be killer too =)

The VERY first movie I thought of was Labyrinth! Worst part is that I actually can’t stand that movie – But it’s burned into my brain from the too many times that I watched it as a kid… now it seems to be the first thing I think whenever anyone asks me anything. LOL

I absolutely agree! Sweet pretty colors for Sarah, frosty cool tones for Jareth, earth tones and neutrals for the labyrinth and it’s denizens, and a bright pop of color for the fieries.

The Nightmare Before Christmas! Lots of smokey greys, purples and blue eyeshadows. Plus really deep, dramatic lip colors πŸ™‚

OMG i’d DIE if a makeup compagny would ever release a Nightmare before chritsmas collection! That would be awesome πŸ™‚

Although i would love to see an Alice in Wonderland palette, I am not a fan of the disney version as I am an avid Lewis Carroll fan. However, I love the idea of Finding Nemo, but I also thought that Winnie the Pooh and Monsters Inc. would make fantastic palettes.

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