What Shades Are Back In ColourPop's Discontinued Restock? They're Fan Favorites

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2016 has been one massive success of a year for ColourPop Cosmetics. From the wildly successful Hello Kitty Collection to their insanely beautiful fall edit, the brand can basically do no wrong in the eyes of fans. Now, they're making fans even happier. ColourPop's discontinued shade restock is the stuff fans dream of. We've all been there when our favorite hue stops getting produced, and we just don't know how we'll go on. Now, ColourPop is helping to ease the pain of discontinuing shades just a little.

On Thursday, marketing manager Sharon Pak and Jordyn Wynn took to the ColourPop Snapchat account to reveal the shades that the brand would be bringing back for a limited time. The chosen shades are probably some of ColourPop's most recognizable discontinuations, and fans are sure to be stoked about the chance to get them one last time.

The sale began Thursday, Dec. 22 at 3 p.m. PT, and so far all the shades are still available on the ColourPop website. Fans who want to snag them, though, should probably move fast because they are limited quantity and won't be restocked — after all, they are already discontinued.

What shades are coming back for the sale? If you've been missing any of these, now is your chance.

1. Parker

It's a totally classic color.

2. Baewatch

How fun is that pink?

3. Mosh Pit

Personally, I'm a sucker for a dusty rose.

4. Cheers

Hello, vibrant!

5. TuTu

The vampy vibes of this are so fun.

6. Weekender

The color is so perfect for the holiday.

7. Tgif

I mean, I'd take at least two of these.

8. Never mind

That cool purple hue is so perfect.

All the lipstick coming back from ColourPop are Matte and Matte X lippies which means you can be totally on trend with every single one of them. After all, matte is totally in. Plus, whether they've been discontinued or not, you always know a Colourpop product will be fab. I guess it's time to get shopping, right?