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CoverGirl Capitol Collection TEASER

covergirl catching fire capitol collection

CoverGirl posted this silhouette of the fabulous Effie on their Instagram yesterday. (And while you're in the neighborhood... follow me!) CoverGirl is the OFFICIAL cosmetics partner of Lionsgate for Catching Fire, the 2nd release in the Hunger Games Film Series, based on the 2nd book of the Hunger Games Trilogy. PHEW!

China Glaze was the official partner for the first film in the series. They released a collection of 12 polishes for Spring 2012, one to represent each district of the Capitol. The polish collection AND the film were both successes, so it makes sense for Lionsgate to partner with CoverGirl this time around. That way, they can release not just nail polish, but all kinds of makeup.

CoverGirl will be releasing 12 looks for each of the 12 Districts, According to this fan site, CoverGirl will be releasing 12 looks, (one for each district) and the first 2 looks will be revealed today! Wonder which lucky districts get to go first? Personally, I think I'd start with District 12 and work backwards!

If you've forgotten or are curious, here's the breakdown of the districts:

District 1: Luxury
District 2: Masonry
District 3: Technology
District 4: Fishing
District 5: Power
District 6: Transportation
District 7: Lumber
District 8: Textiles
District 9: Grain
District 10: Livestock
District 11: Agriculture
District 12: Mining

And because I'm a total geek... here's a fan-made map, in case you ever wondered which District you'd live in. AND if you missed out on the Capital Collection from China Glaze, you can read more about it here, here, or here. BUT... that's not all! For whatever reason, I have swatches of China Glaze Fast Track that I've never posted. It's a pretty nude beige with slightly green leaning gold shimmer. It's a gorgeous shade, and this post is suffering from a severe lack of sparkle and glitter, sooooooo...

Hunger Games District 6 Tribute Polish
China Glaze Fast Track

China Glaze Fast Track
Fast Track by China Glaze

Hunger Games District 6 Tribute Polish
China Glaze Capitol Colors - Fast Track

Stay Tuned!!! :)


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