Cosmetic Launch Roundup: January 1-8, 2022

Blend Bunny Cosmetics finally dropped a neutral-toned palette to complement its sisters. The Dollhouse ($45) has warm browns, mauves, greys, and pops of color through its shimmers. You can find this beauty on Blend Bunny’s site.

Metamorphosis Bf is back with another beautiful collection, this time inspired by zebras and the circus. The Linda Dazzle collection is a myriad of spunky colors, from the 8-pan eyeshadow palette ($16.99) to the 5 vivid liquid blushes ($7.99 each). There’s also a bundle with the entire collection for $53.99. Linda Dazzle is up for grabs on Metamorphosis’ website.

Colourpop celebrated the lunar new year early with the vivacious Get Em Tiger collection. 2022 is the year of the water tiger and the collection features Get Em Tiger shadow quad ($10), It’s Grr Time lip lacquer ($8), Hear Me Raw lip creme ($8), Lunar or Later body powder ($14), Show Your Stripes lip stain ($8), Roar At The Moon lip set ($22), and the bundle is $58 online.

11th Wish completed our nighttime skincare routine with the Night’s Wish Balm Cleanser. This moisturizing exfoliator leaves skin super clean and glowing and is recommended for dry skin. Grab the cleanser for $16 on 11th Wish’s website.

Morphe revamped its Sweet Tea lip liner and added a few friends. The Sweet Tea collection features the 35T Sweetest Tea palette ($28) and two Lip Trios (Sweet Tea and Sweetest Tea; $18 each). The collection is available on Morphe’s site, in Morphe stores, and at Ulta.

Ace Beaute already took 2022 by storm with two palettes. The first, Floral Vintage ($49), is a dreamy, floral-inspired palette with beautiful earthy tones. The second is the brand’s first highlight palette, aptly called Glow Essentials. The six shades are dazzling and suit each skin tone. Both palettes are available now online.

Moira Beauty took blushing to another level with the Lucky Chance Blush collection. 10 natural blush shades to make complexions pop, you can pick your shade (or shades) on Moira’s site for $7 each.

Fruits Cosmetics grew the perfect collection to kick off the new year. The Apple Fusion collection features a 15-pan palette ($36), blush palette ($28), lip tint trio ($20), and 2 pairs of lashes (branch and stem; $12 each) plus there is a bundle ($92). Apple Fusion is ready to be picked on Fruits Cosmetics’ website.

Rude Cosmetics collaborated with Koi Footwear for the adorable Boot collection. These four eyeshadow palettes are shaped like boots and have matching color stories to the boot’s aesthetic; Friend From My Dreams (neutrals), Hydra Matrix Kawaii (pastels), Lozo Green Rain (neons), and Helios Hologram Flame (jewel). Each palette is $16 online.

Mamacita Cosmetics spiced up its lash collection with the sassy Russian lashes. 8 pairs of curled and voluminous lashes promising drama for any look, you can pick your fave lash pair for $10 each on Mamacita’s site.

Slay Ready Cosmetics released a collaboration with Ryan Marie, creating a beautiful winter-inspired palette called The Ice Breaker. The beautiful 12-pan palette retails for $28 on Slay Ready’s website.

2022 is off to a good start and I can’t wait to see what else the indie community has in store for this abundant year. What did you think of the products? Share in the comments and be sure to follow Indie Clique here and on social media (links below) so you don’t miss another Roundup, review, or swatch again.

Photo Credits:

Blend Bunny Cosmetics (Instagram)

Metamorphosis Bf (Instagram)

Colourpop (Instagram)

11th Wish (Instagram)

Morphe (Instagram)

Ace Beaute (Instagram)

Moira Beauty (Twitter)

Fruits Cosmetics (Instagram)

Rude Cosmetics (Instagram)

Mamacita Cosmetics (Instagram)

Slay Ready Cosmetics (Instagram)

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