How To Shop The Jeffree Star & Shane Dawson Conspiracy Collection When It Drops

For weeks now, the beauty obsessed have spent long hours enthralled in the depths of YouTuber Shane Dawson's six-hour series detailing his beauty collab with Jeffree Star. Now that the entire makeup range has been revealed, fans are eager to get their hands on Jeffree Star & Shane Dawson's Conspiracy Collection. Prior to the collection's reveal, there were some clues within Dawson's videos, which sent fans into an investigative frenzy. Now that the collection has officially been revealed, read on for everything you need to know if you're hoping to snag the Conspiracy Palette, the Mini Controversy Palette, or any other facet of the Dawson-themed collection.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, then I take it you aren't one of Shane Dawson's 23 million YouTube subscribers, nor one of Jeffree Star's 16 million. Dawson has been making YouTube videos since the platform's beginnings, and his latest era of content focuses on episodic documentaries, often featuring other creators. Jeffree Star is a MySpace star-turned-musician-turned-beauty mogul, and in addition to creating YouTube videos and beauty reviews, he runs his own successful brand, Jeffree Star Cosmetics. For over a year now, Dawson and Star have been working on the former's very first makeup collection, and six hour-long videos later, it's about to be available to purchase.

The Conspiracy Collection is coming, and its crowning glory is the Conspiracy Palette:

The 18-pan palette will retail for $52, while a smaller palette, Mini Controversy, will feature nine shades and cost $28. There will also be six liquid lipsticks sold in a set or for $18 apiece, as well as a lip balm and clear gloss sold for the same price. The collection is inspired by Dawson's family, friends, YouTube career, pig jokes, and interest in conspiracies, so it's got a lot going on. But Dawson and Star have managed to tie everything together nicely.

The collection drops Friday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. PT:

Where, you ask? All the products are sold on the Jeffree Star Cosmetics website, as well as on the Morphe website and in Morphe stores. So even if you aren't able to snag the palette online when it drops, you can get it in person if you act quickly.