Reese's Is Launching a Makeup Collab for Peanut Butter Cup-Inspired Looks

You are what you eat?

Courtesy of Reese's
Courtesy of Reese's

If it's true what they say, and you are what you eat, then it only seems right for us to look like a straight up peanut butter cup. Reese's is officially unleashing a makeup collab of its own—in partnership with HipDot—so you can take your obsession with the fan-favorite chocolate brand to new heights. 

Reese's and HipDot—a clean and cruelty-free online makeup destination—are releasing two palettes, a lip balm, and both a brush and bag set. The collection, which officially launched on April 15, will also be available on, the Hershey's site, and its two physical stores.  

“Reese’s candy has satisfied millions of taste buds for so long, and when the opportunity came along to offer fans a new way to tap their other senses, it was too sweet of a deal to pass up.” CEO of HipDot Cosmetics Jeff Sellinger said in a statement. “We’re excited to be working with this legendary household brand.”

Courtesy of Reese's

Here’s what the collection includes, according to the company: 

  • Reese's Milk Chocolate Palette for $16: includes six shades brights and neutrals in matte, shimmer, and glitter finishes
  • Reese's White Chocolate Palette for $16: includes six shades in brights and neutrals in matte, shimmer, and glitter finishes 
  • Reese's Scented Lip Balms $14: includes two tinted chocolate, peanut butter-inspired lip balm shades 
  • Reese's Double Ended Brush Set for $16: the set features double ended synthetic brushes that pack, define, smudge, and blend
  • Reese's Limited Edition Bag Set for $74: includes the Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup and White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Palettes, the scented Lip Balms, and the Double Ended Brush Duo in a limited edition makeup bag

All the products are vegan and certified cruelty-free, as well as free of parabens, talc, phthalates, petroleum, mineral oil, and other not-so-desirable ingredients. 

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Megan Schaltegger is a staff writer at Thrillist.