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Gone are the days when you had to resort to coloring your skin in with bright, often alien-looking colors that not only made you look ill but also caused your parents to question your drawing's place on the fridge.

Crayola has just released crayons with 24 skin tone shades - at this point they're basically the Fenty of the coloring world.

Keep scrolling for the down-low on all the shades and why you should get yourself a coloring book ASAP...

 

Everyone has owned a colouring book at least once in their life.

Paired with a juice box and a pack of crayons, you just can't beat it.

Despite how simple the act of coloring is, it's actually pretty good for your mental wellbeing.

And if there's one thing we need right now, it's good mental health...

Check out some of the benefits for yourself, you'll be surprised.

And find out why Crayola really is the top tier of crayons... It's just science.

There's really no other crayon like Crayola.

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They truly are my favorite when it comes to crayons and colored pencils.

And how could you not love them when they do this...

Crayola just released crayons with 24 skin tone shades so every child can color themselves accurately!

But coloring really isn't just for kids.

Did you know that frequent coloring can relax the areas of your brain that are activated in situations where you feel stressed or scared?

Plagued by worries about your bills, your health, your family or your future? All of the above?

Coloring may actually help replace patterns of negative thinking with more positive ones.

When lockdown is over, you have something to look forward to...

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Coloring has become so popular that coloring chapters are forming in some neighborhoods and cities where avid ‘colorists’ are taking advantage of the phenomenon.

Life today is a rat race of accomplishments, stress, and competitions.

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Now is such a good opportunity to allow yourself some downtime.

To help you and your family with that, Crayola has released brand new crayons called “Colors of The World."

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These multicultural crayons will ensure every child can feel included no matter the color of their skin.

It contains 32 specially formulated colors.

Representing people of the world and 8 classic crayons for coloring eyes and hair.

Skin tone crayons are an exciting addition to any crayon collection.

Making coloring pages and drawings even more detailed and realistic.

The subtle shades inside are formulated to better represent diversity around the world.

“With the world growing more diverse than ever before, Crayola hopes our new Colors of the World crayons will increase representation and foster a greater sense of belonging and acceptance," “We want the new Colors of the World crayons to advance inclusion within creativity and impact how kids express themselves." – Crayola CEO Rich Wuerthele

Colors of the World fall into three main shades

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Almond, Golden and Rose- and all the darker or lighter shades in between.

This pack includes 24 new crayon colors that represent people from around the world.

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Makes a perfect pairing with Crayola Coloring books!

The crayon packs feature side panels that serve as color references.

Each crayon is wrapped in a gradient skin tone label with the color name in English, Spanish and French.

They purposefully have a realistic color name, such as Light Golden, Deep Almond, and Medium Deep Rose.

All to help kids easily find the shade they identify as their own.

You can pre-order these new Colors of The World Crayons at Walmart for just under $2!

And they are set to release in July. You can pre-order them here. Keep scrolling to check out why this one colored jigsaw has been branded "pure hell."