Kirby, Kirby, Kirby — what else do I need to say really? That’s a name you should know seeing how our love for the pink puffball reaches all the way to the stars around here, and a new line of lottery based goods reminds us why. The new Ichiban Coffret Collection is bringing Kirby to the world of makeup, full of references in nearly every piece that fans can appreciate.

The F prize is bringing five, different Single Colors each with their own unique blend of Kirby based colors. Whether you use it as eyeshadow or to brush up those cheeks like Kirby himself, you’ll have options like Kirby Pink, Waddle Dee Orange, Pink Floral, Blue Botanical, and Orange Garden to style yourself with.

The E prizes take three of those themes and offers them up as hand cream instead. More than anything I’m loving their cases, with several characters showing up. Pink Floral has plenty of Kirby — but you can spot Chuchu, Scarfy, and Waddle Dee, too. Blue Botanical has Meta Knight swoop in along with Gooey, Kine, and Coo; and Orange Garden rounds out the friends with Rick, Nago, and Pitch plus Kracko — because your hands are about to be cloud-soft.

For D, those same colors and cases are being applied to lip gloss instead. C takes things further by offering official Kirby and Waddle Dee lipstick. This time, Waddle Dee is repping coral instead of orange, but if you still want to think pink you might want to look at the B prize. Can you say Kirby compact? Because that’s what you’re getting, and it’s beautiful.

 

Naturally, the best are saved for last. The A prize is an entire kit, offering a Kirby themed cosmetic palette. You’ll have not only the Pink Puffy Powerful duo for your cheeks, but six different eye shadows themed to Kirby’s Adventure. Naming them for stages like Yogurt Yard, Orange Ocean, Butter Building, and the Fountain of Dreams is one thing; and you’ll have a Star Rod shaped pair to seal the deal and offer up plenty of variety in one lovely package.

These will be available starting May 25th in Japan, with chances costing about $7 USD. If you’re able to try your luck, keep your fingers crossed because the Last Prize is a floral makeup pouch to complement whatever kind of product you walk away with or might have otherwise. Once again, some of the best stuff around ends up locked behind a lottery, but for anyone who has the chance to try later this month, here’s hoping you get exactly what you’re after and look good doing it.

 

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.

Ricky Berg