Okay, wow, there have been SO MANY new product launches that past couple of months when it comes to clean beauty and natural skincare! 🚀 What kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t round them all up for you?! I’ve been making a list, tried out a bunch of them, and now I’m soooo ready to share them with you. Let’s take a look!
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Clove + Hallow: Two New Releases!
Clove + Hallow actually released two new products recently. In June, they released their Liquid Skin Tints, which is kind of the foundation version of their highly regarded concealers. I wear shade 04! It’s medium coverage with a demi-matte finish, and buildable! I love how breathable it is, yet provides really nice coverage without being cakey or creasing. And it’s only $26 which is great for a clean foundation. You can use code ORGANICALLYBECCA15 for a discount on their site, too!
They also released their FlexLash Mascara this past month. It’s definitely more of a natural mascara, it won’t give you crazy volume or length. But a light, pretty finish. It’s a wet formula too. I typically prefer more of a bold, dry, dramatic mascara, so this isn’t one I would get again after it runs out. It’s not bad, but just not my preference! It might work for you if you like a more natural look!
EcoBrow Defining Crayon
The EcoBrow Defining Crayon launched in spring. It has a unique pointed tip, perfect for filling in brows and making little, precise strokes. It also has a spoolie on the other end for grooming which will be nice for travel to have it all-in-one. It is more on the dry side so you don’t get a ton of pigment each stroke. I use the “Marilyn” (blonde) pencil and it has been working out well for me.
Erin’s Faces Radiant Firming Concealer
Okay this Erin’s Faces Radiant Firming Concealer is awesome! These launched in August. I looooove that it comes in a glass tube and has no silicones. It has breathable, lightweight coverage and isn’t sticky or tacky. I have also liked using it as a quick “foundation” for a no-makeup look. I wear the shade “Magnolia.” Use code ORGANICALLYBECCA for a discount!
Honest Beauty Liquid Lipsticks
Only $13 say what?! 💄 These Honest Beauty Liquid Lipsticks launched over the summer in July. Though these do have some synthetic color pigments in them, they are affordable, vegan, cruelty-free, and made without synthetic film formers, silicones, fragrance, carmine, and animal byproducts. I think my favorite shade is “Happiness” which is so pretty! They are long-lasting and matte, yet still super hydrating. I can usually apply in the morning and still have decent color by early afternoon.
Josh Rosebrook Hair Serum Spray
Behold, clean beauty community. We finally have a heat protectant! 🙌 This Josh Rosebrook Serum Spray does not disappoint. It protects my hair from heat styling but also makes it sooooooo incredibly soft. I just spritz on damp hair before styling. Josh Rosebrook just launched this in August along with new branding of his hair care line. Very spiffy. He also has high-quality, clean ingredients which I so appreciate.
Kosas 10-Second Eyeshadows
Oh, these Kosas 10-Second Eyeshadows really *do* take only 10 seconds to apply! They were released in July. I have “Globe” which is more of a neutral champagne color and perfect for fall 🍁 They are a liquid that you apply with a doe-foot brush and then blend with your finger. They look really shimmery in the tube but you can apply super lightly or adjust to your desired shimmer, and are long-lasting. I’m impressed!
Rejuva Minerals Multi-Task Loose Powder
Rejuva was one of the first clean beauty brands I tried back in the day. They recently sent me their newly reformulated Multi-Task Loose Powder which is a sheer powder with a semi-matte finish. You can use it in a couple of different ways: a primer (under a powder), setting powder, or even as a dry shampoo (which I haven’t tried yet). I’ve mostly been using as a setting powder, and it actually works really nicely! My skin tends to get oily in my t-zone so I always set my makeup with a powder. This one blurs away shine and keeps my makeup looking fresh. Will for sure keep using this!
Vapour Beauty: *New* Packaging!
Did you see Vapour Beauty’s new branding which they revealed at the end of August?! It’s gorgeous! 😍 They also rolled out a new Mesmerize Mascara which they didn’t previously have. The brush is a little smaller than most mascaras I use, but I was definitely surprised the first time I used it how much length I was able to get! It’s more of a dry formula too. Two coats seemed to be perfect. I have not been noticing flaking with this one either. It does smudge a tiny bit on my bottom lashes towards the end of the day. But overall pretty good!
(By the way, did you know Vapour has an Empties program where you can send back your empty products and they will recycle through TerraCycle?! ♻️ So cool)
I also tried their new Velvet Glow Foundation and wear shade 115V. The formula is very thin and runny, but applies weightless and has a velvety matte finish. You can apply it for light coverage and build up to full. It’s really nice and it seems to last well throughout the day, especially when I apply the new Essential Daily Primer underneath!
Note: Along with the new packaging, Vapour has reformulated some of their products. They have also dropped “organic” from their name, but still use some organic ingredients. They now use some ingredients like undecane, pentylene glycol, and ethylhexylglycerin. Overall, I’m still okay with these products since they have low ratings on EWG and are from plant-derived sources. I’m just giving you a heads up if you are a long-time Vapour user and weren’t aware!
W3ll People Expressionist Volumizing Mascara + Eyeshadow Palettes
So if you’ve tried the original W3ll People mascara, this new Expressionist Volumizing Mascara is the same ingredients and formula, just with a new fluffy hourglass brush! Launched in August. It’s available in both Black and Brown, although the Brown is still pretty dark and there is not a huge difference. This new brush really helps give more length and volume, I can tell the difference between the two brushes and how they apply!
W3ll People also released two Nudist Eyeshadow Palettes 🎨 back in June. I have both, but definitely gravitate more towards the Violet palette which has more purple and pink hues, compared to the Taupe palette which is browns and neutrals. Nice payoff and pigment!
So let me know which of these have you tried or are dying to get your hands on?! I’d also love to hear of any other new releases that you are totally loving. Thanks for reading, my friends! 💚