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Brand Spanking New Beauty Finds for April

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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.

Wish Formula The Bat Eye Mask

Image via @miss___care

Because bats, that’s why. Be sure to snap a selfie as you treat your undereyes, cheeks, and nose with this Vitamin C and fermented honey-infused mask. Cruelty-free. Ulta (online only)//$32

SauceBox Cosmetics Equinox Collection

Images via SauceBox Cosmetics (L to R): Roxanne, Daffodil, Moth, and Sea Glass

Do spring the darkling way. For moody gray eye looks with pops of rich color, try this gorgeous four-piece eyeshadow collection. The shades include Roxanne (a rich blood orange satin), Daffodil (a dark gold matte that buffs out to a beautiful multi-dimensional satin), Moth (an outstanding matte blue-tinged gray, and my new favorite thing in the world), and Sea Glass (a pretty light blue-gray matte with teal shift). Cruelty-free and vegan. SauceBox Cosmetics Equinox Collection Shadows//$6.99 each

Black Moon Cosmetics Moonlighters

Glow like a creature of the night. BMC launched its new collection of seven ethereal highlighters on April 13. Each shade comes in a black compact with stunning holographic lettering and the boxes feature otherworldly jellyfish and mushrooms. Cruelty-free and vegan. Black Moon Cosmetics Moonlighters//$22 each

Geek Fire Labs

Do you like some geek with your goth? Some cute with your creepy? Then check out this indie shop’s collection of original scent, bath, and beauty products with amazing label artwork. Handmade, hand-blended, and cruelty-free. You can purchase products at Geek Fire Labs, and follow them @geekfirelabs.

Shadows of Reverie

Images via Shadows of Reverie (L to R): Eyeshadow in (top) Bubbles//$7, Galactica Highlighter//$13, and Autumn Twilight Loose Glitter Bundle//$6

This indie company can boast more than a beautiful name. The owner makes absolutely stunning metallic highlighters, richly pigmented eyeshadows, and gorgeous glitters. Handmade, cruelty-free, and vegan. You can purchase products at Shadows of Reverie, and follow them @_shadows.of.reverie.

Feature images of SauceBox Cosmetics Equinox Collection via (R) @janus.eyes and (L) @mymakeupbar

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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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