Singer Becky G models ColourPop's cherry-red Roller Gloss from her eight-piece Hola Chola collaborat...

Becky G's New ColourPop Line Will Make Every '90s Baby's Heart Soar

by Kelsi Zimmerman
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Of her four collaborations with ColourPop, Becky G's Hola Chola collection will make '90s babies feel the most nostalgic for their childhoods. From the rollerball lip gloss to the old-school airbrushed packaging, the eight-piece Hola Chola collection is peppered with inspiration from the late '90s and early aughts, as well as the singer’s Mexican-American heritage. The collection clearly resonated with both Becky G and ColourPop fans, who rushed to get their hands on the collection the second it dropped.

On Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019, the singer took to her Instagram to announce the Hola Chola collection in its entirety and let fans know it would launch at 10 a.m. PT on Thursday, Dec. 12. “There’s so much inspiration behind this collection for me! The biggest ones being my mom’s styles & influences that have been passed on to me and the boss ladies I’m surrounded by everyday,” she captioned an IGTV video discussing the collection’s conception. “Inspiration straight from my mom’s closet in high school in the 90s and my older cousins who would dress me up like them in the early 2000s.”

One look at what's in the collection shows just how much of Becky G’s Mexican-American heritage was infused into every aspect of the design. Sadly, the collection was so popular, it sold out in less than a week post-launch, and the brand doesn’t have plans to restock at the moment. However, that’s not to say a restock miracle can’t happen, right? Regardless, take a peek at the full product lineup below for a trip down memory lane:

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The Hola Chola palette features 12 eyeshadows with velvet finishes. Shades like "Sad Girl," a blackened brown; "Ruca," a cocoa brown; and "Lil Smokey," a true black, all make this palette as perfect for warm, natural looks as for sultry, smoky looks, too. But the packaging is the cherry on top of this palette. The front boasts the name of the collection in a cursive, airbrushed font that'll take you right back to the airbrushed trucker hat trend from the early '00s.

In the comments of Becky's announcement post, an overwhelming number of fans noted the line’s sheer, cherry red Roller Gloss as their favorite type of lip gloss, and this became the collection’s top-selling product quickly after it launched. While this type of lip gloss applicator isn't as popular now as it once was, it's known (and loved) for offering an easy, non-messy way to apply gloss for an ~extra shiny~ finish.

The collection also boasted two matte bronzers available in "LA," a deep red bronze, and "310," a rich golden bronze. Both bronzer’s formulas are soft, super blendable, and add warmth and dimension to any look.

The line’s Brush Tip Eyeliner comes in the shade "Lola," a true black. The flexible tip delivers an intense, defining line with one swipe, while the long-wearing formula doesn't smudge or transfer, so you, too, can rock Becky's signature dark, dramatic cat-eye all night long.

It wouldn’t be a ColourPop collab without brand-new matte liquid lip shades. There's "Traviesa," a cool-toned plum; "Muñeca," a mid-toned pinky nude; and "Payasa," a deep merlot — and each is sold as a set with a matching lip pencil.

If you’re bummed the collection isn’t available anymore, keep a close eye on the ColourPop website, their Instagram, and Becky G’s IG for any news of a surprise restock.

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