Olive Garden — what are you up to? The Italian food chain famous for its unlimited soup, salad, and breadsticks promotion has us feeling some serious mixed emotions. On July 31st, Olive Garden teased a makeup palette via Twitter and honestly, we don’t hate it.


“Okay so you liked the subscription box…” the chain tweeted referring to the unlimited breadstick subscription service they jokingly announced last month, “now what about a makeup palette?”

The tweet was accompanied by a photo of a mock makeup palette with shades such as, “Breadstick Bronzer,” “Spaghetti Sparkle,” and “Alfredo Awesome.” Listen, we’re usually embarrassed when we have our Olive Garden meal smeared all over our face, but this is a different matter. We’re eating what they’re serving, so to speak.

And we’re not the only ones. Olive Garden’s followers are pretty into the idea of OG entering into the beauty market.


The chain is already riffing with followers about potential lipstick shades — “Marinara Red” is already a contender, BTW. We’re picturing it now: all the high-profile YouTube beauty gurus unboxing their Olive Garden makeup palettes. “Wow. The color payoff from ‘Lasagna Lush’ is pretty impressive,” they’ll say. “‘Parmigiana Perfection’ makes for an excellent transition shade.”

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In fact, (problematic) makeup artist Jeffree Star is already all over this.

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As is seemingly everyone else on Twitter:

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We support this new endeavor of yours, Olive Garden. As long as the shades don’t smell like the food they represent (even though that would be some cool science), we’re on board.


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