On Thursday, Dec. 10, My Chemical Romance's new Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge makeup collection officially launched. The HipDot collab includes an eyeshadow palette, brush and eyeliner inspired by the band's iconic era.

However, it looks like a lot of fans had a hard time getting their hands on the new collab this week.

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Earlier this week, My Chemical Romance debuted a cryptic teaser that got a lot of fans talking. The visual of a white rose catching fire with “Give ‘Em Hell Kid” playing in the background sparked a lot of theories about what MCR could be teasing.

Not so coincidentally, HipDot shared the exact same teaser a day prior, adding fuel to the rumor fire that a makeup collab was in the works.

Then, on Wednesday, My Chemical Romance confirmed that a new makeup collab inspired by Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge was on the way with another cryptic teaser.

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HipDot and MCR teamed up to create a Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge-inspired eyeshadow palette ($24) from our emo dreams. The collaboration also includes a double-ended retractable eyeshadow brush ($12) and a double-ended black liquid eyeliner pen ($12) with two different shaped application tips. All of the items in the makeup collection also feature the era’s iconic red and black colors and MCR’s nostalgic logo.

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Naturally, fans are comparing this situation to when tickets went on sale for My Chemical Romance's return show. It only took about three or four minutes for all of the show's tickets to sell out. This, of course, led to a lot of frustration and defeat amongst MCR's fanbase.

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Similarly, My Chemical Romance added even more shows to their 2020 return tour after various dates sold out in minutes. Even though the dates have now been rescheduled for 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are still struggling to get ahold of tickets for the upcoming run of shows.


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It's unclear if the My Chemical Romance x HipDot collab will be restocked in the future.

What are your reactions to My Chemical Romance's makeup collab selling out? Were you able to buy the collection? Let us know in the comments below.