Ozzy Osbourne launches beauty collection

Collection is available via Ulta and online

Rock and Roll Beauty have announced the release of their Ozzy Osbourne limited edition make up collection. The offerings are a collaboration between the Prince of Darkness, the licensing agent Global Merchandising and the design team at Rock and Roll Beauty.

The 21-piece collection exudes a rock and roll vibe and commemorates Osbourne with product and shadows named after his signature songs, “Iron Man,” “Zombie Stomp,” and “Crazy Train” featured in the 14-pan eye shadow palettes. The collection also features candles to conjure the spirit of the rock gods, Osbourne-styled body tattoos, dark “metal,” lipsticks, cosmetic bags, and a gothic mirror. These highly pigmented products are designed to give you a bold, precise look, inspired by the Grammy-winning metal icon himself.

The collection is available exclusively in select Ulta Beauty stores nationwide, ulta.com, and rockandrollbeauty.com. Rock and Roll Beauty have previously teamed with Jimi Hendrix and Def Leppard for their own make up line.

The announcement follows the release of Osbourne’s 13th solo studio album, Patient Number 9, released last month to critical acclaim. The project marks a new precedent for the metal icon as it topped his previous chart entries with record-breaking numbers around the world.

In the US, the album debuted at No. 1 on multiple charts including his first No. 1 on the Top Album Sales and Top Current Album Sales charts, Top Rock & Alternative Albums, Top Rock Albums, Top Hard Rock Albums, Top Vinyl Albums and Tastemaker Albums charts; and at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. Globally, the album marked his first-ever No. 1 in Canada; the previously reported career high No. 2 entries in the UK, Australia, Finland and Italy; No. 6 in the Netherlands and New Zealand; No. 8 in Belgium; and No. 14 France. Other highlights include No. 2 Austria, Germany and Sweden; No. 3 in Switzerland; and No. 4 in Norway.

The Osbourne Family will return to television for Home To Roost. The 10-part 30 minute series will document Ozzy and Sharon’s journey back to Britain from the US, alongside Kelly and Jack’s efforts to support them, as they attempt to re-start their lives in rural Buckinghamshire. The show will air BBC One and iPlayer at a later date.

Buddy Iahn
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