Cosmetic Launch Roundup: June 8-15, 2019

No intro this time, mostly because I can’t think of anything to say other than this week’s launches will be nostalgic, make you hungry, and want to travel…

Glamlite is dropping their fast food products as people can consume them… Get it? Anyway, the latest launch is the Slice of Pizza palettes and a matte liquid lipstick called Pepperoni. There are two palettes with very detailed pizza packaging; Meat Lover’s is all warm tones while Veggie Lover’s is all about earthy shades. Each palette is $22 and the Pepperoni lipstick is $14. Catch the pre-order starting on June 8th on Glamlite’s site.

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Midas Cosmetics is serving refreshment with their Lemonade palette. This palette is an all-yellow palette and is available for pre-orders online for $18. If you purchase the palette now, it will be shipped by June 28th.


Laush and Co is a newbie to the blog but I had to include this launch because I absolutely love the movie Mean Girls. Laush and Co are paying tribute to the movie of my preteen years with a full collection called the Burn Bag Collection.

Included in this launch is the bag itself, You Can’t Blend With Us palette, It’s October 3rd highlighter, She Doesn’t Even Go Here glitter/pigment stack, Janis Ian lashes, On Wednesdays We Wear Pink polka dot headband, Obsessed with Me lash applicator, beauty blender, Go Glen Coco watermelon lip scrub, and a Burn Bag Flyer. Make fetch happen by grabbing this iconic collection for $99 online. This is a definite must-have for die-hard fans.

Burn Bag               You Can't Sit With Us

Mamacita Cosmetics has new glitters to fawn over. The Chunky Glitters are available in eight shades and cost $3.50 each. These dazzlers can be purchased on the brand’s site.

Chunky GLitters

BH Cosmetics is staying busy with the launch of their galaxy themed products. The Stellar Lash mascara ($10) and Stellar Collision palette ($21) are available online and will be in Ulta stores starting in July.

Stellar Lash          Screenshot 2019-06-15 at 6.23.50 PM - Edited

Sugary Cosmetics is another newbie but I fell in love with this brand immediately because I’m a sugar addict, the makeup is so adorable, and who can say no to a donut?! This indie brand launched their delectable Donut collection, complete with an eyeshadow palette ($26), three lash styles ($10 each; Blue Raspberry, Lemon Blast, Strawberry Iced), and two liquid lipsticks ($10 each; Caramel and Strawberry). Everything is sold individually and is available on the brand’s website.

Donut Collection

Maybelline launched the foundation of the summer due to its SPF content (50+) so we can enjoy the rays of summer without the harmful effects like skin cancer. The Dream Urban Cover foundation comes in 16 shades and is available at Ulta for $13. This foundation is said to work for all skin types so I’ll try it out and review in a post soon.

Dream Urban foundation

Rude Cosmetics launched their sassy What A Pucker lip glosses and I am hooked. There are six shades of glosses and each costs $6.50. Grab the glosses on Rude Cosmetics’ site.


Milani dropped two surprise palettes on June 12th and these beauties are available now on Milani’s site and will be in Ulta stores in July. Gilded Noir features black packaging and the shades are perfect for sultry looks. Gilded Rouge has red packaging and the colors are perfect for summer days. You can grab the Gilded palettes for $20 online or wait until they arrive in Ulta.


Wispy Winks expanded their Glam Glitter collection with four stunning colors. The new additions are collectively titled the Neon Collection and can be bundled ($12.57 USD) or be bought individually ($3.76 USD). You can grab the glitters on Wispy Winks website.

Glam Glitters

Makeup Revolution has yet another collaboration and this time with Roksana Janiszewska, AKA Roxxsaurus on Youtube. The beauty influencer created three palettes, two eyeshadow (Colour Burst and Ride or Die) and one highlight/contour. Each palette costs $15 and are available on MUR’s site; alternatively, you could wait until the palettes arrive at Ulta stores in a few weeks.

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“Colour Burst”                           Contour/Highlight                         “Ride or Die”

Brand new indie brand Lennon Lashes launched on June 14th with 5 distinct and gorgeous lash styles: Miami, Tokyo, Paris, London, and New York. Each lash style costs $9 and is available on the brand’s website.

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Moira Beauty is continuing their shadow launches, this week presenting us with cream shadows. The Lucent Cream Shadows come in 18 shades and a nice range of colors. You can grab them ($7 each) on the brand’s website.

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Colourpop Cosmetics launched 10 new shades of their Lippie Stix but decided to spoil fans by creating the Big Box of Lippie Stix. The Box contains 48 Stix total and has a great range of nude lippies to bold reds and plums. You can purchase the Big Box for $150 or the individual Stix ($6) on Colourpop’s site.

Lippie Stix

There are all of the launches for the second week of June! Tell me your thoughts (which launches you liked/disliked) in the comments and be sure to follow Indie Clique for more launches, reviews, and other fun stuff (like the giveaway!). You can also find me on social media; the links are in the sidebar!


Photo Credits:

Colourpop (Twitter)

Moira Beauty (Instagram)

Lennon Lashes (website)

Makeup Revolution (website)

Wispy Winks (Instagram)

Milani (Twitter)

Rude Cosmetics (Instagram)

Maybelline (Instagram)

Sugary Cosmetics (Instagram)

BH Cosmetics (website)

Mamacita Cosmetics (website)

Laush and Co (website)

Midas Cosmetics (Instagram)

Glamlite (Instagram)


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