I have been eagerly awaiting this indie brand’s launch ever since May and it finally opened for business on September 28th! Colourtory Cosmetics is proudly Latina-owned and the wait was certainly worth it as the product pictures were released. Everything is super affordable and the packaging is playful and adorable.
Tag: indie brands
I actually began following this new indie brand before they even launched and I’m glad I did. Mamacita Cosmetics launched on May 30th to great success.
Growing up I loved the circus (and carnivals/fairs) so imagine the nostalgia that hit me once I heard of another indie brand launching on June 21st. Cirque Cadia Cosmetics is all about the circus aesthetic and the products look scrumptious. The brand is based in Seattle, Washington.
I’m lucky to have found this indie brand. Straight outta Texas comes Zinzun Cosmetics which currently has a small range of products. Zinzun Cosmetics is a Latina-owned brand founded by Krystal Acosta-Zinzun with the goal of affordable prices without sacrificing high quality.
Ah, I caught your attention didn’t I? Well, prepare to be dazzled by another new indie brand hitting the beauty scene in May 2019. If you are an MUA or MUE (makeup enthusiast), this brand is creating a PR list on Instagram!
I swear, it seems like there is a new brand launching everyday and I am struggling to keep up. It’s becoming harder for small brands to stand out, especially without the funding from investors. However, I think this new indie brand may stand out, particularly with the packaging.
The more indie brands I can support, the better. As usual, I discovered these three brands courtesy of Instagram but the mission or goals of each brand is something I support.
Two new brands are making their debut here on The Trendy Wallet thanks to my relentless scrolling through Instagram. The unique aspect of both brands is how new they are to the beauty industry yet keep prices low. Without further ado, let’s talk makeup