It's been a week of epic YouTube collabs. James Charles finally released his video with Kesha, and Nikkie Tutorials teamed up with the one-and-only Lady Gaga. And while you'll be obsessed with the look created with Haus Labs' newest eye shadow palette, you'll be even more obsessed with the girl power and unity they share. 

This is the best thing we've seen all week. 

As the decade comes to a close, the most epic collaboration in beauty has happened. 

For years Nikkie Tutorials has been creating Lady Gaga–inspired makeup looks on her YouTube channel. So when Haus Labs launched, of course, de Jager was one of the first to review it all. Well, now, just like fate, the two have teamed up for a tutorial just in time for the launch of a vibrant new eye shadow palette. 

De Jager beat Gaga's face alongside her longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno. 

Gaga divulged a mind-blowing fun fact that no makeup artist beside Tanno has touched Gaga's face in the past five years, so this is huge. "I AM DOING LADY GAGA’S MAKEUP with her new HAUS LABORATORIES GLAM ROOM PALETTE No. 1: FAME!!!!! The queen of pop sits down to get her glam on, as well as spilling the tea on LG6, babies and more!" de Jager captioned the YouTube video.

And of course, it comes with a giveaway for all Haus fans out there.

"Lady Gaga and I have teamed up to give 5 of my fans the new palette and a massive #HAUSLABS haul - ONE of you will even win a SIGNED PALETTE FROM LADY GAGA!" de Jager announced. 

Ready to try your luck? The rules are as follows:
1. Must be following me and @hauslabs
2. Double tap this post!
3. Tag 2 friends 
4. For an extra entry: Repost this post on your IG Stories, tag @hauslabs & #giveaway

But if you can't wait, it's now on sale! 

This palette –– full of mattes, metallics, shimmers, and sparkles –– comes in 10 shades with a creamy and easily blendable formula. Whether you want a simple daytime look or something more dramatic, this is it. 

>> Get it here


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Two beauty icons in one room, bonding about makeup, future goals, and music. Does it really get any better than this? We need this to happen a lot more often. Don't you agree, Monsters?