I couldn’t come up with a witty introduction so… Yeah, enjoy this week’s releases and be sure to give me your opinions in the comments 🙂
Rude Cosmetics is back on the scene with two palettes to get festive with for Halloween parties. There is the City of Pastel Lights ($15), a 12-pan palette with beautiful colors for those going for mystical or fantasy looks. Then the big sister palette, City of Neon Lights, is meant for skipping trick-or-treating and going straight for the wild party scene. Neon Lights costs $22.50 for 24 shades. Both palettes are available online.
Barry M has a new priming oil! The Pixie Skin Blurring Beauty Elixir promises to “reduce the appearance of pores, imperfections, and fine lines.” You can test this out yourself if you want; the primer costs $8 and is available online.
Morphe expanded their 9-pan eyeshadow series with two new palettes: 9J Just A Crush and 9S So Chill. The palettes are $12 each and available on Morphe’s site, in Morphe stores, and will make their debut in Ulta later this month.
Kara Beauty is seriously making my wallet shake (in a good way!) with these palettes. This week is no different, especially since they added two more PRO palettes and two adorable palettes for the fall season. The PRO palettes are Drama Queen, an assortment of playful colors, and Dusk To Dawn, obviously with neutrals and pops of color. Both palettes are available for pre-order at $28.74 each.
The two other palettes are called Midnight Garden (purples, neutrals, and light shimmers) and Magic In The Air (reds, yellows, neutrals). These palettes are $18 each and are also available for preorder on Kara’s site.
Essence Cosmetics is sending out good vibes with their Crystal Power collection. The collection includes a blush/highlighting palette ($7), 6 nail polish shades ($6 each), two lipsticks ($5 each), and one eyeshadow palette ($10). Everything is available online.
Boujee Babe Cosmetics added holographic cosmetic bags to go with their Crystal Brush set ($23). The bags cost $6 and are waiting on the brand’s website. You can never have too many bags, right?
Colourpop finally has their Fall collection ready! The Burgundy Love collection contains the Whatever eyeshadow palette ($18), 6 Ultra Glossy Lips ($7 each), 6 Super Shock Blushes ($8 each), the Stranger than diction set ($18). The entire collection is $99 or you grab your faves individually on Colourpop’s site.
Moira Beauty has new bronzers in the same format as the blushing goddess duos. The Bronzing Goddess Duos come in six shades (fair to deep skin tones): Caught In the Sun, Sunkissed Chic, Island Queen, Golden Rays, Sunshine Dreams, and Tropical Escapes. Each bronzer costs $7 and is sold on Moira’s site.
Flower Beauty has finally come back with a new product. It’s been a while since the brand launched anything so this new palette is a great comeback. The Jungle Lights eyeshadow palette contains 6 shimmer shadows for $19. Jungle Lights is sold online.
Makeup Revolution teamed up with the queen of transformations, Alexis Stone, for two eyeshadow palettes. The Transformation palette, composed of 7 shades, is for subtle glam and costs $15. The Instinct palette is the explosion of color ($25). Both palettes are available on MUR’s site.
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What is the formula like for Rude Cosmetics ? The Neon lights and pastel palette interest me , along with a few other on thier website.
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