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Brand Spanking New Beauty Finds for July

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Welcome, beauty-loving darklings, to our monthly beauty roundup. There will be some brands that may be new to you, some new treasures from old favorites, previews of upcoming releases, and whatever else catches our makeup magpies’ eyes.

Necromancy Cosmetica Summer Dying Fast 3-Shade Bundle

Summer is dying fast, but these cool new liquid lipstick colors make that fact a little more bearable. The bundle includes: Solis Mortem (mustard yellow), Ophidian (dark forest green), and Mourning Rose (dusty pink). These shades are also sold separately. Cruelty-free. Necromancy Cosmetica Summer Dying Fast Bundle//$45

Blush Tribe Cosmetics Hasina 2 Palette Pre-Order

Image via @blushtribe 

What darkling doesn’t love greens and purples? Revel in the dreamy shade selection in Blush Tribe’s upcoming Hasina 2 Palette, now available for pre-order. There are 8 velvety mattes and 7 glimmering shimmers in shades of purple, blue, and green. It ships in August from the UK. Cruelty-free. Blush Tribe Hasina 2 Palette//$30

Igneous Cosmetics Deep Blue Palette

For those looking for cooler-toned mermaid colors, try this beauty from Igneous Cosmetics (read our profile on them here). This palette features large pans of blue-based violets, periwinkles, and green. There are two duochromes, two shimmers, and two mattes. Cruelty-free, talc-free, paraben-free, dye-free, and fragrance-free. Ships from Canada. Igneous Cosmetics Deep Blue Palette//$23.51

Apocalyptic Beauty Ghoul Gloss

Images via (L to R): @_jessinasophia in Vampirella, @antistorm.png in Surfer Ghoul, and @cutekittycosmetics in Good Ghoul Gone Bad

Get more out of your lip color wardrobe with these amazing lipglosses from our friends at Apocalyptic Beauty (read our profile on them here). Perfect for layering or wearing alone, these glosses come in 17 different colors and shimmer, duochrome, and metallic finishes. Cruelty-free and vegan.  Apocalyptic Beauty Ghoul Gloss//$8.85

SauceBox Cosmetics Nocturne Palette

Make the perfect smoky eye with the newest palette from SauceBox. Nestled inside the midnight blue packaging are four matte and four satin shadows featuring shades such as Sage (a breathtaking silvery-mauve and brown mix), Spell (a delicious cherry brown alternative to black for smoking out your look), and Midnight (a glorious deep blue just on the verge of being purple).Cruelty-free and vegan. SauceBox Cosmetics Nocturne Palette//$38

Belladonna’s Cupboard Gothic Tarot Highlighter Palettes

These palettes not only house six gorgeous highlighters each, but feature beautiful updated artwork, now by Joseph Vargo. Choose from The Empress (pictured left above) or The High Priestess. Perhaps best of all, you can get refills for individual colors for only $5, so you need never run out of your favorite. Cruelty-free, vegan, gluten-free, and paraben-free. Belladonna’s Cupboard Gothic Tarot Highlighting Palettes//$30 each

Notoriously Morbid Litany Liners


Images via @notoriouslymorbid

Notoriously Morbid (read our profile on them here) has several new goodies on their website, including these incredible matte, vegan liquid eyeliners. If your wings are your religion, these are the answers to your prayers. Available in four colors: Ceremonial (black), Devotion (vivid purple), Anoint (cobalt blue), and Sacrament (green-leaning teal). Notoriously Morbid is cruelty-free. Notoriously Morbid Litany Liners//$9

LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs Coffin Palettes Back in Stock

The beloved Coffin Palettes are back in stock, so get your claws on them while you can. Choose from three versions: Relic (warm neutrals), Zombie Defense (jewel tones), and Supernatural (rosy neutrals). These coffin-shaped palettes feature spooky occult-themed packaging and bat-shaped mirrors. LunatiCK Labs Coffin Palettes//$35 each

Makeup Monsters Cosmetics Brand Revamp

Makeup Monsters has announced on its Instagram, @makeupmonsterscosmetics, that by the end of the year it will be completely revamping the brand and changing the name to Menagerie Cosmetics. While we’ll miss Makeup Monsters, there’s a bright side: A percentage of all proceeds from the new brand will go to animal welfare charities. The owners have said they will continue to stock the Dragon Child Palette after the revamp, making darklings everywhere very happy, indeed.

Feature image from SauceBox Cosmetics. All prices are in U.S. Dollars and were correct at the time this article was written.

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About The Author

Rachel Runyan is a darkly inclined alternative beauty enthusiast from the Pacific Northwest. She has degrees in Journalism and English. When not writing about makeup, she enjoys using makeup, looking at makeup, buying makeup, and talking to people on the internet about makeup.

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