No preamble today! Let’s dive into the launches.
Colourpop launched 12 new loose pigments! You can get them individually for $6 each, as trios for $16, or the entire bundle of 12 for $70. Only available online.
Lurella Cosmetics is rocking 2019 with their previously released “On The Edge” palette and are continuing the hype with their first pressed glitter palette. Glaze features 25 stellar shades and the silver packaging is pretty. Glaze launches soon!
L’Oreal has new single shadows to serve a little color to a dreary world. The Color Queen oil shadows come in three formulas: matte, satin, and glitter. There are 30 shades and they will be launched soon. Stay tuned for an update!
Fourth Ray Beauty has a new serum to keep skin hydrated. Rainfall has 2% hyaluronic acid, seaweed sugar, coconut water, and cucumber water that adds a plumping effect to the skin. The serum costs $15 and is available on Fourth Ray Beauty’s site.
Covergirl has 4 new palettes with a side of sultriness for the upcoming summer. The four palettes are exclusive to Walmart and cost $15. I picked up Reign and the palette is really pigmented… The other palettes are called Overthrow, Revolution, and Ascension. Grab one (or all) at Walmart.
Packaging Overthrown Ascension
Wet N’ Wild is shining bright like a diamond with their new Crystal Cavern collection. This collection is limited edition and features four lip gloss shades, 2 loose powders, 4 eyeshadow quads, 2 highlighters, and 4 eye toppers. The collection launches soon so look forward to an update.
Rude Cosmetics is finally launching Book 7 of eyeshadows. If you recall, there were issues with manufacturing which resulted in Book 8 being released first (no complaints here!). Anyway, Book 7 is called Rudementary Spyshadows and has 35 shades. The palette will cost $21.50 and will be available on Rude’s site sometime within the week.
Essence Cosmetics has four new palettes inspired by global cities. Hello New York is definitely inspired by the saying “the city that never sleeps”; the palette features smoky shades like blues, grays, and other neutral shades. G’day Sydney is a mix of warm and cool tones, befitting the weather and beaches in the capital of Australia. Ola Rio means “hello Rio” and I certainly said hello to this palette’s warm tones. Last but not least, Salut Paris is the lovely and flirty palette, similar to Paris’ reputation as the City of Love. All four palettes are available on Essence’s site.
Hello New York G’day Sydney
Ola Rio Salut Paris
Nyx Cosmetics is more than ready for Coachella, as evidenced by their Glitter Goals liquid lipsticks. As an official partner of Coachella, Nyx has released 9 shades of glitter lippies that are actually worth the $9 each. You can buy the Glitter Goals lipsticks on Nyx’s site or at Ulta.
Beauty Bakerie has another sugary palette for us! The Proof is in the Pudding palette features 9 shades, all neutral and warm tones. The palette costs $38 and is available online and launches in select Ulta stores later this month.
Lycheexo has the perfect neons for festival season. Their line of Pigments are stunning and are quite affordable. There are 10 shades ranging from hot pink to denim blue to black. You can purchase them individually or in a bundle on Lycheexo’s website.
Makeup Revolution has five new scents for their Body Mists! The new scents are Pink Universe (grapefruit), Melon Crush (watermelon), Beach Babe (coconut), Golden Sky (shea), Purple Clouds (marshmellow). Each mist costs $12 and is available online.
Geek Chic Cosmetics released a huge spring collection and I am so thrilled to have this indie brand back in a Roundup. There are parts to the collection like Mythical Mothology’s eyeshadows, Dreamglow’s lippies, Cloudwatching’s lip balms and pastel eyeshadows, etc. The whole spring collection is available online and all the items cost between $5-$20.
Glamlite Cosmetics is finally launching their second food-themed eyeshadow palette and I absolutely love it! The Burger palette is packaged like a bun with the palette being the “cheese” on top of the burger. It’s so innovative and I love that the shades correspond to the toppings you usually see on burgers like pickles, tomato, ketchup, etc. The palette is currently available for pre-order on Glamlite’s site for $40 and you can bet that it will sell out quickly.
Withlove Cosmetics is a brand I recently found and I love their latest palette called The Blue One. As you can imagine, the palette has blue shades and a couple cool toned shades. There are mattes and glitters so if you don’t like glitter eyeshadow you may not like it. The rest of us can grab the palette on the indie brand’s site for $20.
Lots of great products this week! Which is your favorite? Drop a comment, share this post, and be sure to follow/subscribe to The Trendy for more beauty news and reviews. You can also follow me via social media (links in sidebar)
Glamlite Cosmetics (website)
Makeup Revolution (Instagram)
Beauty Bakerie (website)
Nyx Cosmetics (website)
Geek Chic Cosmetics (website)
Rude Cosmetics (Twitter)
Wet N’ Wild (Instagram)
Fourth Ray Beauty (website)
Lurella Cosmetics (Instagram)
Withlove Cosmetics (Instagram)