MannyMUA Liquid Lipsticks Are Coming Back In Stock

Listen up, lipstick lovers! If you were bummed that this famous vlogger's OFRA lipsticks sold out fast on launch day, then this news will get you excited all over again. Although the trio of colors is still limited edition, MannyMUA x OFRA liquid lipsticks are coming back in stock for one more round. Something tells me it won't be available for very long though, so you'll probably want to have your wallet at the ready.

With any limited edition makeup launch, it can be unclear if the first time a product gets stocked will be the last, but thankfully OFRA is restocking Manny Gutierrez's three pink shades. The makeup company isn't making you wait for them either. According to social media posts, the liquid lipsticks will go back into stock on April 24 at 1pm EST. This could possibly be the last round time you can get your hands on the three gorgeous shades — called Aries, Charmed, and Hypno — so you won't want to miss it.

The vlogger has over a million subscribers on YouTube, so it wasn't a surprise that his hand-picked shades flew off the virtual shelves after the initial launch. Not to mention the 30% off code that he gave his fans, which pretty much made these gorgeous lippies a steal.

All of OFRA's liquid lipsticks are $19.90 apiece, but the company also bundled all three shades together for $50.

The Manny MUA lipsticks featured the brand's brand new packaging. The tubes used to be made of a thin plastic with OFRA written in black. Now the bottles are a little bit heavier and each is stamped with a silver name.

All three of the pink matte lipsticks are perfect shades for spring, but you could easily wear them throughout the rest of the year as well. Everyone who watches Manny on YouTube knows that he loves his neutral lips, so this comes as no surprise. Gutierrez has been rocking his own creations for some time now, proving just how wearable they are.

If this doesn't convince you to run out and grab them all, then maybe his video will.

You better be sitting by your computer when this goes live, because there's no doubt that these will go just as quickly the second time around.