My Chemical Romance’s gender-neutral makeup collection is back after selling out in minutes

My Chemical Romance’s sold-out makeup set is back in stock – but fans will have to be quick.

The makeup collection inspired by the group’s iconic album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge previously sold out in three minutes.

It first dropped in December 2020, but now fans have another chance to bag the limited edition MCR Collector’s Box.

The Three Cheers set is available for $68 and you can get it from

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The set includes the nine-shade palette featuring shades Saints Protect Her, Pitchfork Red, Serpent Son, Starless Eyes and Shotgun Sinners.

There’s also the Double-Ended Liquid Eyeliner, with two marker-like tips with different thicknesses and the Double-Ended Brush.

Also released alongside the set this time is a three-piece pin set featuring coffin and Helena-inspired motifs for the die-hard MCR fans.

This is priced at $24 and will make the perfect edition to your outfit if you’re seeing the group live this year.

The limited edition Three Cheers pin set from My Chemical Romance. (HipDot)

The limited edition Three Cheers pin set from My Chemical Romance. (HipDot)

Following the success of this set, the group released a second inspired by their album Danger Days in 2021.

The sold-out collection included a neon-themed eyeshadow palette, eyeliners and lip gloss to represent each of the group’s band members.

To shop the limited edition My Chemical Romance Three Cheers makeup and pin set go to

My Chemical Romance to tour the world in 2022

This year the group will finally head out on their much-anticipated reunion tour.

It was originally set to take place in 2020, but was forced to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tour will kick off in the UK on 16 May before heading to Europe and North America.

They recently revealed an extensive and eclectic mix of support acts for the tour, including Taking Back Sunday, Midtown and Turnstile.

Fans can still get their hands on tickets for shows from or