Your beloved Animal crossing character can up its cuteness quotient with makeup from Givenchy Beauty

Do you remember Mac cosmetics customized makeup looks for Sims 4 avatars? The world of makeup and the world of gaming are colliding again and things are looking adorable. The adorable fictional world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now making Givenchy Beauty an integral part of it. In addition to clothing, users are able to play around with various beauty looks on their characters as Parfums Givenchy has now tapped into makeup in the video game. In a pleasant turn of events, the massively successful Nintendo Switch game has enabled players to fully customize the look of their characters with special in-game codes and design options. Parfums Givenchy has recreated its Prisme Libre powders and Le Rouge lipsticks with the assistant of Nook Street Market, an ACNH user responsible for making diverse fashion looks in the game. We adore the additions of 4G heart and lip-shaped tattoos shaped in the form of the house’s iconic logo that will be available for all skin tones. Players can use the codes, which are provided by Givenchy on its Instagram, in order to get the magic of Givenchy makeup options for your game.

While Givenchy is the first luxury makeup brand to collaborate with Animal Crossing, other brands such as Louis Vuitton, Sandy Liang, Marc Jacobs, and Anna Sui have created fabulous outfits that are readily available for players via code. You can head over to Givenchy Beauty and Nook Street Market‘s Instagram feed to download the looks for your own character.

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