Cosmetic Launch Roundup: March 9-15, 2022

Bebella Cosmetics showed up and showed out with the Wild Behavior collection. This savagely chic collection features a 20-pan eyeshadow palette ($14), On The Prowl blush duo ($7), Wild Attraction Pencil Eyeliner trio ($7), and Wild Desire Lip Duo ($10) plus a PR collection ($38). Wild Behavior is up for grabs on Bebella’s site.

Jcat Beauty caused a stir with its vivid Chaotic Element palette collection. These 21-pan palettes have gorgeous color stories and perfect names; Jungle Roar (earth), Traffic Night Bokeh (city vibes), and Storm Simulation (weather/rain). Each palette is $14.99 on Jcat’s website.

Aisuri Beauty took one of the most popular anime couples ever and curated a gorgeous palette. Eternal Love is all soft and dreamy shadows, from pink to neutral mattes and beautiful shimmer shades plus the pretty artwork of Serenity and Endymion. Eternal Love is $25.99 online.

Yinnabelle Beauty began its new origin story with the devious Not A Villian collection and a few extra products. Not A Villian features 5 liquid lipsticks ($13 each) and 5 lash pairs ($12.50 each). The other launches are the Crystal Prism glitter palette ($35), Duochrome NANA quad ($20), Magical Girl Eyeshadow Glitter Glue ($12), Junji Ito Tomie Waterproof Mascara ($13). All products are available on Yinnabelle’s website.

Mocha Bae Beauty added new shades to its Demi Matte Lip Liner collection. These lip liners promise pigment and perfectly line your lips for a kissable pout. Get your favorite shades for $13 each on Mocha Bae’s site.

Colourpop felt sub-lime with the In The Limelight collection. This green-themed collection screams rebirth and spring with the 9-pan palette ($14), 3 Jelly Much Shadows ($9 each), 2 Colour Stix ($7 each), 1 lip scrub ($8) and 1 lip balm ($8). There is also a Lip Care set ($16), Colour Stix set ($12), Jelly Much kit ($25), and the full collection set ($65). Everything is available online.

Shop Mezurashii went back to the mid-2000s with the emo Rawr collection. This emo chic collection features the 9-pan Rawr palette ($14), Eyeliner pen ($9), and Souda glitter lipgloss ($7). You can find the Rawr collection online.

Flower Beauty had us dazzled with the Chrome Crush Pressed Pigments and Spotlight Liquid Highlighters. The Chrome Crush pigments ($12 each) come in 6 mouthwatering shades, guaranteeing a sparkle no matter which way you turn. Then the highlighters ($13 each), available in 3 shades, offer a radiant and dewy finish to any look you create. Both products are available on Flower’s website.

Peachy Queen Cosmetics hit us with glittering nostalgia in two products. The Cell Phone palette ($16.99) is nine shades of warm oranges and neutrals for pretty spring looks. To complement the palette, the Disco Queen Glitter palette ($59). A glitter addict’s dream, this palette has 24 shades ranging from white to gold to colors. Both products are on Peachy Queen’s site.

Midas Cosmetics launched its last products as the brand will be closing soon. The two palettes are Here Comes The Sun and Funk You. Here Comes The Sun reminds of warmer weather with its spirited greens and orange. Funk You is a flirty palette of pinks. Both palettes are $16 each on Midas’ website.

Plenty of good releases for us to fawn over as spring looms closer. Which launch is your favorite? Comment below and be sure that you’re following indie Clique here and on social media (links below) so you don’t miss a single post.

Photo Credits:

Bebella Cosmetics (Instagram)

Jcat Beauty (website)

Aisuri Beauty (Instagram)

Yinnabelle Beauty (Instagram)

Mocha Bae Beauty (Instagram)

Colourpop (Instagram)

Shop Mezurashii (Instagram)

Flower Beauty (Instagram)

Peachy Queen (website)

Midas Cosmetics (website)

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One Comment Add yours

  1. oliveunicorn says:

    Traffic Night looks like my kind of palette 💕

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