Cosmetic Launch Roundup: May 9-16, 2022

Beauty Creations gave complexions a silent boost with the Blush Hush collection. There are 12 gorgeous blushes from natural shades to colors like pink, red, and plum. These shades are great for all skin tones and retail for $6 each or $68 PR box on Beauty Creation’s website.

Sleek Makeup revamped its iconic Matte Me Liquid Lipsticks with a new, comfortable formula. The lipsticks come in 19 mouthwatering shades, each costing $6.25USD on Sleek Makeup’s site.

Colourpop celebrated its 8th anniversary with the hypnotic Shock It To Me Vault. This vault includes 12 new shades of the famous Super Shock Shadows and it is limited edition. Shock It To Me is $55 online.

Glow With B came back strong and invigorated with the mesmerizing Transformation collection. The collection captured the revamp vibe from the brand and includes the Transformation eyeshadow palette ($35), Phases Blush Palettes (2 variations; $25 each), and the beautiful Glow Glaze lippies ($17 each; $57.80 bundle). There is also a full collection bundle for $130. The Transformation collection is up for grabs on Glow With B’s website.

Moira Beauty made eyebrows the focus with the Dual Brow Highlighter Pencils. The four shades are Light Pink, Nude Beige, Medium Sand, and Rich Caramel. The matte side defines the brown arch/line and the shimmer side highlights the brow bone. Each pencil is $8.50 on Moira’s website.

Joah Beauty had us wishing that we were enjoying French pastries in Paris with the delectable La Patisserie palette. The pretty 6-pan berry color story contains 3 mattes and 3 shimmer shades, all for $11.99 on Joah’s site.

Yva Expressions teased its upcoming restock and had several new products joining its lineup. The beautiful Hello Neko palette features 11 natural nude shades, perfect for beginners or for those who like a natural beat. Then the Player 2 collection made its appearance; the prismatic 12-pan Player 2 palette ($25.99) and a makeup bag ($17.99). All of the products are now available online.

Beauty Bay hyped us up for festival season with the Technidaze collection. This raving collection features the Technidaze palette ($11.50), Aquavated Liner palette ($14), 3 Jelly Lip Oils ($6 each; $14 trio), and an 8-piece Brush set ($17.50) plus a full collection bundle ($48). Technidaze is up for grabs on Beauty Bay’s site.

Hex Baby Beauty revived the inner fangirl (or fanboy) of the fictional Hex Girls from Scooby Doo with a boldly vivid palette. The Hex Girls palette is 12 shades that capture each of the three members’ personalities and colors associated with them. You can get the palette for $26 on Hex Baby’s site and you can use the code “ajmonique” to save 10%. *

Makeup Revolution changed its trajectory from its usual eyeshadow palettes and upgraded to the luscious Shadow Bomb Cream Eyeshadows. Charmed Lilac, Dream Bronze, Dynamic Blue, Love Struck Champagne, Obsessed Teal, and Smitten Rose Gold are $9 USD each online.

This week was an explosion of color and beautiful collections. I can’t pick my favorite launch but I’m sure you have one so leave your thoughts in the comments. Also be sure to follow Indie Clique here and on social media (links below!) so you don’t miss a single Roundup, review, or swatch.

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Photo Credits:

Beauty Creations (Instagram)

Sleek Makeup (Instagram)

Colourpop (Instagram)

Glow With B (website)

Moira Beauty (Instagram)

Joah Beauty (Instagram)

Yva Expressions (Instagram + website)

Beauty Bay (Instagram)

Hex Baby Beauty (website)

Makeup Revolution (Instagram)

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