When You Can’t Keep Up

Whew! If you read the last Cosmetic Launch Roundup, I explained that I would be covering only the first week of September due to the few actual launches that occurred. This is a sort of follow up/spin-off of the regular Roundups so please bear with me. I’m trying to keep up but whew. There have several this week and it’s only Thursday… Anyway, let’s dive in!

Nyx Cosmetics surprised fans with a special collection called Shine+Slay, containing three products. The Brush on Bling Metallic Brow Gel is available in three shades: Ooo Wee (Pink), Shmoney (Gold), and Space Shoes (Silver). The brow gels are $8.50 each.

Brush On Bling
The second product, Duo Chromatic Illuminating Palette, is a highlighting palette with a color scheme that could be described as mythical. The palette costs $25 so if you like a colorful highlight, take a chance with the palette.
The last product in the collection is the Sheen Spirit Eye & Face Gloss. Admittedly I don’t understand this concept but it appears to be a highlighter and a sort of eyeshadow topper thing. I bet you’re intrigued so you can grab these glosses for $8.50 each. The collection is available on Nyx’s website.
Sheen Spirit
Makeup Geek released their Pumpkin Spice palette and this is definitely for fans of warm-toned palettes. The trick to this release lies in the fact that the Pumpkin Spice palette has been released before but has been upgraded for this year’s launch by two new and exclusive shades. The new shades are called Dreamsicle (matte peach) and Jack-O-Lantern (shimmery orange). If you get excited anything autumn-related, you can grab the palette for $35 (sale price) on Makeup Geek’s website.
Ready for Fall?
L.A Girl’s newest product is stain-resistant and smudge-proof. The Shockwave Neon Liners serve as both a lip liner and an eyeliner for colorful looks. There are 10 shades spanning almost every color in the rainbow (where’s orange?) plus a classic black liner. Best of all, each liner only costs $5 and are available on L.A Girl’s website and will launch in CVS stores soon.
RYGBIV + Black!
Bad Habit has released two palettes in their Luxe series, which are Pat McGrath dupes, and the third arrived on the Hush App on September 6. Cult Mystere is a dupe of the Mothership 1-Subliminal palette but Bad Habit claims that the inspiration for the palette came from Japanese culture. Whether you believe it’s a dupe or not, Mystere is available on the Hush app for $24.
Jcat Beauty released their face palettes on August 23 but aren’t slowing down as the brand announced 3 new eyeshadow palettes. Only the palette names have been exposed but Jcat asked their Instagram fans to guess the color scheme of each palette based on the names; I’m going to ask you to do the same in the comment section
Mysterious palettes
The three palettes are called Secret Paradise, Majestic Galaxy, and Fantasy Dreamland. Each palette contains 21 shades and I’m predicting the palettes will cost $16. Stay tuned for updates!
Milani hasn’t released anything since their highly-anticipated palettes back in July. We should have known that they were planning fantabulous products to be released during the holidays! Milani is teasing their new Halloween collection on Twitter and Instagram but in black/white pictures, meaning I don’t know if the swatches are for new lip product or eyeshadow toppers. Rest assured I will give an update when the product details are released but for now, look at the pictures and tell me your guess in the comment section!
I don’t even want to guess what this is
Colourpop Cosmetics. This brand never stops churning out new products. Last week it was the Back to School collection, the week before Jelly Eyeshadows. Launching tomorrow (September 7) is another collaboration with beauty Youtuber MakeupShayla in celebration of Virgo season and Shayla’s birthday! The collection is comprised of a lip bundle containing 3 shades (1 gloss, 2 mattes) and a makeup bag. Check out the collaboration on Colourpop’s website when it drops tomorrow at 10am PST.
Slay Day bundle

Makeup Revolution released their expanded Conceal and Define product line on Wednesday September 5 but have already begun teasing another palette. Some fans believe the pictured shades are for the annual Advent Calendar and holiday collection. We’ll have a short time to wait if Makeup Revolution sticks to their Wednesday launches.
New palette?
E.l.f Cosmetics is the most affordable brand to be mentioned on The Trendy Wallet (hello $2 eye primer!). I’m pleased to announce that the brand is finally giving us something new: the Opposites Attract eyeshadow palette. Opposites Attract has 18 shades with 9 being warm-toned, 9 cool-toned. You can grab one of these beauties on E.l.f’s website for $14.
Warm vs Cool tones

Did you get all of that? I mean, all of these launches, teasers, and upcoming holiday collections are just getting started and I’m already exhausted. Anyway, drop a comment with your guesses about the Jcat palettes or the Milani teaser. Check out The Trendy Wallet on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter and subscribe for updates.
Photo credits:
Nyx Cosmetics (website)
Makeup Geek (website)
L.A Girl (Instagram)
Bad Habit (ShopHush Twitter)
Jcat Beauty (Instagram)
Milani (Instagram stories)
Colourpop (Instagram stories)
Makeup Revolution (Instagram)
E.l.f (website)

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