Nicole Richie's House of Harlow 1960 turns makeup designer for Urban Decay

Nicole Richie is embracing festival season via a dedicated makeup collaboration with Urban Decay.

The star's lifestyle brand House of Harlow 1960 has teamed up with the cosmetics label to launch a limited-edition beauty collection.

The collection, which is now retailing on, includes an "All Nighter Setting Spray" designed to keep makeup in place for 16 hours in most weather conditions, and a "Quick Fix Complexion Prep Priming Spray" to smooth and brighten skin prior to makeup application. Color cosmetics include a bold orange version of the brand's "Vice Lipstick" a "Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner" and a series of colorful eye pencils. The collaboration also includes a contemporary-looking, artistic makeup bag.

The collaboration is not the first time Richie has worked with Urban Decay. She first joined forces with the cruelty-free brand back in 2015, when she teamed up with Birchbox on a limited edition beauty box to celebrate her TV series "Candidly Nicole," before being snapped up as the face of the brand's new ‘Trouble' mascara last year.

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