Despite the last episode of Friends airing a whole 16 years ago, its influence has continued to hold strong ever since. From Saturday morning reruns to an entire immersive experience dedicated to the show, it seems we just can’t get enough of the hit sitcom about six New York 20-somethings.
We’ve all attempted to recreate the characters’ incredible 90s fashion looks over the years and now, thanks to Revolution, their make up looks can be ours, too. In their biggest collaboration yet, the beauty brand has teamed up with Friends the TV show for a collection ‘more loaded than Joey’s meatball sub’.
Spanning eyeshadow palettes, lipsticks, lip glosses and more, those geniuses at Revolution have made sure everything reminds you of your favourite sitcom, from the packaging to the names.
Most of the packaging manages to segue the overused Friends branding and logo in favour of iconic motifs from the show that anyone from infrequent watchers to die-hard fans will instantly recognise – Monica’s photo frame, Phoebe’s grandmother’s taxi, the Central Perk logo and Marcel the monkey are all in the mix.
As for the names, we could go on and on about how brilliant they are, but for a taste of what’s in store, the Phoebe-inspired eyeshadow palette includes shades dubbed Smelly Cat, Lobster and Science Boy; the Rachel palette contains On A Break, Barneys and Tag; and the Monica palette houses such delights as Geller Cup, Bing and Frizzy. If you know, you know.
Meanwhile, the Rachel lipstick is a gorgeous 90s burgundy shade, Monica’s is a bright red and the Phoebe shade is a lovely berry tone. There’s also a mirror, cosmetic bags and the all-important 90s accessory, scrunchies.
See below for our pick of the best pieces from the collection, but hurry, the palettes and lipsticks are selling out faster than you can say ‘I’ll be there for you’ (sorry, we had to).
The collection is available online at Revolutionbeauty.com and prices range from £6-20.
Friends x Revolution collection: What to shop