Ccolor Cosmetics revealed its first influencer collab, done with Sarah Jo Makeup, the illustrious Death Valley eyeshadow palette. Death Valley is a fiery color story inspired by Sarah’s road trip and features 14 beautiful shades. You can get the palette for $12 (limited time; usual price $14) on Ccolor’s website.
Austie Cosmetics eagerly invited us to greet its newest liquid lipsticks, collectively known as The Haus. These 5 fabulous shades fit any aesthetic and the colors are magnificent. Centerfold (red), Old Soul (peach nude), Pank (dark pink), Y2Gay (pale pink), and RawrXD (dark purple) are $15 each, bundled for $65, on Austie Cosmetics’ site.
Jean-Luc Cosmetics finally gave its matte lipsticks matching lip liners with the release of the Lips Locked collection. The 9 luscious shades range from pale rose to deep brown, suiting each skin tone and effortlessly leveling up any look. Each liner is $16 (bundle is $125) on JL’s website.
Ace Beaute soared through the cosmos and brought back the breathtaking Aura and Envy eyeshadow palettes. Both palettes serve 12 gorgeous shades, Aura being a sultry jewel-toned color story and Envy being a cool-toned dream. Both palettes are available online for $34.99 each.
Looxi Beauty welcomed the holiday season with the delightful Spirits and Sparkles collection. The glitzy collection features 7 duochromes befitting winter weather. You can pick your shades for $3 each or get the bundle of all 7 for $21 on Looxi Beauty’s website.
Glamlite promised indulgence with its latest collab with the adorable Strawberry Shortcake. Included in the delectable collection is the Berrylicious eyeshadow palette ($32), Berry Sweet Lip Kit ($15), Blush ($14), Berry Bounce Sponge ($8), Berry Long Lashes ($12), and a full collection bundle ($81). Glamlite x Strawberry Shortcake is available online.
Menagerie Cosmetics gave animal lovers a subtle reminder of how precious our furry companions are with the precious Claws and Paws collection. The Paws palette features a beautiful Australian Shepherd and symbolizes the joy and protection that dogs radiate. The Claws palette has artwork of a calico cat, celebrating the cute and mischievous nature of cats. Each palette is $36 (bundled for $72) on Menagerie’s website.
Menagerie also added two new liquid lipsticks to the fam. Instinct is a fire-engine red and Artemis is a deep charcoal gray. Each lipstick is $16.
Klarity Cosmetics took inspiration from crocodiles for its earthy glam palette Croc. The 10 shades in the palette feature greens reminiscent of the animal, neutral tones for land, and the shimmer/foil shades spice things up. Croc is $48 on Klarity’s website.
Queen Cosmetics dared us to explore its magical Enchanted Forest collection. This dreamy collection includes the 10-pan palette ($58), 3 Holographic Glosses (Bad Witch, Magic Potion, Wanderlust; $16 each), and a Lip Trio ($45). Enchanted Forest is available online.
Give Me Glow Cosmetics established spooky season as a year-round thing with the Haunted Pumpkin palette. Its 10 shades are perfect for fall and winter, ranging from beautiful oranges to earthy greens and neutrals. Haunted Pumpkin is $45 on Give Me Glow’s site.
Made By Mitchell went retro with its latest Blursh shades. The Disco Fever collection comes in 6 metallic shades. Drip Drip (true silver), Creamy Bellini (champagne), Bulletproof (silver gunmetal), Bronze Bish (bronze with pink shift), From Head to Rose (rose gold), and Hold My Gold (old) are $19 each ($50 bundled) online.
Kara Beauty released a collection for the babes choosing peace and self-care this winter season. The Chill Collection features 3 eyeshadow palettes with 36 shades each and befitting three different moods. Eternal Sunset is warm-toned goodness and perfect for grunge lovers. Static Serenity encourages meditation and self-care with its lush greens and complementary shades. Last but not least, Chill Connection lulls you into a state of mellowness with its blues, oranges, and berry shades. Each palette is $18.99 on Kara Beauty’s site.
Proper Fix Cosmetics added two liners to its expanding liner collection. Roux and Black Out ($8 each) complement the matte lipstick which they were named after, Roux being a medium brown and Black Out is a deep black. You can get find both liners on Proper Fix’s website.
Juvia’s Place dropped the limited-edition Fula palette, its 9 shades serving glitz and glam and promising an easy transition from day to night looks. Fula is $10 online.
Kristen Leigh Cosmetics teamed up with fellow indie brand Tracy’s Powder Room on the 4-pan multichrome and duochrome palette Seize The Day, supporting Epilepsy awareness. Seize the Day retails for $27.99 and has dazzling shades of purple. 10% of the proceeds will go to the Epilepsy Foundation. You can purchase the palette on Kristen Leigh’s site.
We’re wrapping up November with amazing products and excitement for what’s to come in December. Which launch was your favorite? Share in the comments and be sure to follow Indie Clique here (follow button) and on social media (all links below!) so you don’t miss any beauty news.
Ccolor Cosmetics (website)
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Looxi Beauty (website)
Menagerie Cosmetics (website)
Klarity Cosmetics (Instagram)
Queen Cosmetics (Instagram)
Give Me Glow Cosmetics (Instagram)
Made By Mitchell (Instagram)
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Juvia’s Place (Instagram)
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