Cosmetic Launch Roundup: January 9-16, 2020

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It’s only the second week of January but this week’s launches are red hot. Some brands are releasing first-time products while others are focused on what they do best.

*This Roundup will be updated as launches happen so be sure to follow this blog for the updates!*

Beauty Creations released its first foundation, Flawless Stay Foundation. This foundation comes in 24 shades with most skin tones represented. You can grab your shade for $12 on Beauty Creations’ site.

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Pinky Rose Cosmetics is starting the decade with ambition and a unique concept with the Stormy palette. One of the sisters, Gina, came up with the concept of the lightning bolt-shaped pans. Stormy costs $27 and is a collab between Pinky Rose and retailer Riley Rose and it’s limited edition and will NOT be restocked once it’s sold out. Be sure to grab yours when it launches on January 10th at 10am PST, only at Pinky Rose’s website.

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Colourpop must be thinking that green will be a trendy color because the brand’s first launch of 2020 is the Mint to Be collection. The collection features the Mint For You palette ($12), 2 Super Shock Shadows $6 each (Mint 4 u and Flux), 2 Gliterally Obsessed $8 each (Mint Condition and Fresher Thank U), Matcha Love set $14. You can also get the entire collection for $48, all on Colourpop’s site.

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Ruby May Cosmetics has another palette for us this week. The Gemini Duochrome pressed glitter palette features 10 stunning shades for a color story you’ll love. The palette costs $30 and is available online.

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Milani can’t stop blushing with their Cheek Kiss Liquid Blush. There are six shades ranging from nude to red with at least one suiting each skin tone. The Cheek Kiss Blush is available online for $10 each.

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Rude Cosmetics is nostalgic this week with the release of the 80’s-inspired Desperate Dreamer Palette. Part of the 24-pan family, this palette is a rainbow of warm tones to prepare us for spring, the dreamiest of the seasons. You can grab Desperate Dreamer for $22.50 on Rude Cosmetics’ site.

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Morphe is feeling icy with their 35I Icy Fantasy palette. Launching on January 16, this palette costs $25 and contains mostly pastel colors with a full range of colors. Additionally, there is a lip trio ($18) accompanying the palette. 35I Icy Fantasy will be available on Morphe’s site and in Morphe stores.

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Lurella Cosmetics felt the love in 2019 and are giving it back to fans with the Sweet Valentine. 16 dreamy shades blended into a pretty palette makes for a great Valentine’s gift. The palette costs $20 and is available on Lurella’s site.

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What are your thoughts on this week’s launches? Comment below and be sure to follow Indie Clique for future launches, reviews, and other beauty content. You can also follow along via social media with the links in the sidebar.

 

Photo Credits:

Beauty Creations (Instagram)

Pinky Rose (Instagram)

Colourpop (Instagram)

Ruby May (Instagram)

Milani (Instagram)

Rude Cosmetics (Instagram)

Morphe (Instagram)

Lurella Cosmetics (Instagram)

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