You can tell it’s spring, if not by weather then by the product releases of the last week of March. Enjoy the Roundup and don’t forget to follow Indie Clique for more product news.
Honey Drip Cosmetics finally launched the eagerly anticipated Money Move$ eyeshadow palette. The palette has 18 shades (11 mattes, 4 shimmer, and 3 pressed glitters) within uniquely shaped packaging. Money Move$ is available on the brand’s website for $30.
Mamacita Cosmetics is representing its culture with the Latina palette. With twelve shades ranging from pink to green to white, this palette is good for makeup lover who like neutral palettes with pops of color. Latina retails for $25.
Peachy Queen stayed hustling in March but this week saw the release of two new eyeshadow palettes. No Place Like Home was announced first and it is a fitting tribute to one of the greatest movies ever, the Wizard of Oz. This palette’s packaging features Dorothy’s iconic ruby slippers and other scenery from the movie while the 16 shades speak to all of the colors we see in the film. No Place Like Home costs $30 and is available for pre-orders.
Then the Amethyst palette palette was announced for pre-order. The palette contains 16 shades, most of the purple to match the name, and costs $30. You can grab both palettes on Peachy Queen’s site.
Give Me Glow Cosmetics has two new single shadows and four new liquid lipstick shades. The brand kicked off the week by introducing new eyeshadows Emerald City (emerald green) and Spring Fling (champagne), each retailing for $7.
Then we were introduced to the four lipsticks. The four shades are Juicy (pinky peach), Root Beer Float (warm brown), Brownie Batter (dark chocolate), and Brooklyn (dusty rose). Each lipstick costs $13.25. Everything is available on Give Me Glow’s site.
Boujee Babe Cosmetics launched its first lash styles and they’re beautiful. The lashes are faux mink and there are 5 lash styles: Bella, Xiomara, Rosa, Zena, and Maya. Each style is $10 but there is a bundle option for $40, saving you $10! Shop the lashes on Boujee Babe’s site.
Kristen Leigh Cosmetics is celebrating its third birthday with a special product. The brand turned 3 in February but couldn’t celebrate until now but what a celebration it is. Birthday Bash is a multichrome highlighter that shifts from gold to green to teal with red, orange, gold, green, and teal multichrome flakes. It is available online, in either a pan ($21) or in a compact ($23).
Sugary Cosmetics finally launched the first product in the upcoming ice cream collection, the Ice Cream Makeup Brush. It’s a two-in-one brush, with the top part of the cone serving as a powder brush and the bottom sponge applies liquid products. You can grab the Ice Cream brush for $12 on the brand’s website.
Ruby May Cosmetics is aiming to make eyes pop with its first mascara, Drama Queen! The mascara swears to give you the dramatic false lash effect, saving you time and money on false lashes! Drama Queen mascara retails for $17 and is available on Ruby May’s site.
Kara Beauty is psychedelic with the High Times collection. There are three eyeshadow palettes in the collection, each with cohesive color stories according to color theory. Purple Haze (purple and pink), Girl Scout (green and blue), and Orange Pop (orange, red, and yellow). Each palette is $15 but you can grab the bundle for $36 on the brand’s website.
Things are getting good in the indie community and I for one can’t wait to see what April has in store. Which brand/product caught your attention? Tell me in the comments and be sure to follow Indie Clique for more Roundups, reviews, skincare, and more. Also follow me on social media (links in the sidebar).
Honey Drip (Instagram)
Mamacita Cosmetics (website)
Peachy Queen (Instagram)
Give Me Glow (Instagram and website)
Boujee Babe Cosmetics (Instagram)
Kristen Leigh (Instagram)
Sugary Cosmetics (website)
Ruby May (website)
Kara Beauty (Instagram)
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