Attention BTS Army! IdolxCosmetics to launch Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette - When and where to buy in India?

South-Korean boy band BTS is all set to roll out its exclusive merchandise for makeup enthusiasts. The septet has collaborated with IdolxCosmetics to launch the all new Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette.

The song, which has broken several records is now up for grabs in the form of an eyeshadow palette which comes with 18 shades - 10 buttery mattes, 7 pressed glitters, 1 daring topper.

Attention BTS Army! IdolxCosmetics to launch Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette - When and where to buy in India?

The palette has been designed to look like a mixtape which adds that vintage, retro touch.

Attention BTS Army! IdolxCosmetics to launch Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette - When and where to buy in India?

Each shade has been cleverly named after BTS' hits such as 'Funk & Soul', 'Stars Tonight', and 'Glow Up'. Not to mention, the eyeshadows are cruelty free and vegan.

Attention BTS Army! IdolxCosmetics to launch Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette - When and where to buy in India?
Attention BTS Army! IdolxCosmetics to launch Dynamite Eyeshadow Palette - When and where to buy in India?

The palette will be launched on February 28 at 9 AM PST and 12 PM EST.

Those interested in buying it have to visit the site, which seconds as a waiting room.

Enter your email address to avail the discount code for the launch day, which is up to 10%.

With 101.1 million views 'Dynamite' set a new record on YouTube the most-viewed video ever in the first 24 hours of its release.

As of February 2021, the video has over 821 million views.

In the song "BTS sings of joy and confidence, treasuring the little things in life that make life truly valuable and special. The song aims to bring a new surge of much-needed 'energy' to reinvigorate the global community in the midst of COVID-19.”

The creative contributors to the song are David Stewart and Jessica Agombar who are known for Jonas Brothers' 'What A Man Gotta Do' track.

The track also resulted in the boy band becoming the first musicians from their country to top the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

According to Billboard, the song marked the biggest digital sales week in nearly three years since American pop star Taylor Swift's "Look what you made me do" launched in September 2017.

Not just that, 'Dynamite' also helped BTS score a Grammy nomination in the best pop duo/group performance category.

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