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The Colors Of The World Collection was announced by Crayola less than a year ago. It feels like it happened a decade ago by now, but that’s beside the point. The new boxes contain 24 new colors and represented over 40 different skin tones around the world. Now that Crayola has announced their latest expansion, we have so many more options to choose from and we can’t wait to check them out.

Much to everyone’s delight, colored pencils and markers are being added to the collection.

The description that Crayola has to offer is enough to get anyone excited: “The subtle shades inside are formulated to better represent the growing diversity worldwide. Colors of the World fall into three main shades: Almond, Golden, and Rose — and all the darker or lighter shades in between.”

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The range in colors is awesome. Whether you are looking for a light golden, an extra light almond, an extra deep rose, or a deep golden, you are going to find your perfect match here. Thanks to these colors, those who purchase this Crayola set are able to create over three dozen skin tones. Mass retailers are already carrying the set, so you have no excuse at all!

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Head to Wal-Mart or Amazon as soon as you are ready to take these bad boys home. If you are looking for the perfect coloring book to try out your new set, we strongly recommend the Coloring and Activity Book. 48 pages of iconic landmarks and designs of children from all around the globe are already awaiting you!

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“I have spent my life trying to create truly global shade palettes because I know what it’s like to be with a person who has finally found their exact match. They feel included and recognized, and I am hoping every child who uses these crayons and finds their shade will have that feeling,” said Victor Casale in a press release last year.

Now, children do not have to mix colors in vain, hoping to find the tone that works best for them. How great is that?