Indie Brands I'd love to try

Devinah Cosmetics is a brand I've been aware of for a couple of years, it's a brand that's often featured in single shadow dupes for popular or unique shadows in 'mainstream' palettes. When browsing on their website there have been quite a few shadows that have caught my eye, including their most recent launch, the Candy Cakes Collection (pictured below). I love a good shimmery duochrome and this brand has a whole lot of options. I'll hopefully be picking up some soon!

Glisten Cosmetics is a brand that keeps on popping up on my Instagram explore page, especially this particular set of their Wet Liners, which is a pastel bundle. These work in the same way that SUVA Beauty's Hydraliners do, they're water-activated cake liners. These kinds of liners are so easy to use as it feels like you're just painting liner on you eyes, plus if you make a mistake it's so easy to fix with water. Although this does mean they don't have amazing stay power, its still easier to be creative.

Another brand that keeps on popping up on my Instagram explore brand is Tammy Tanuka, or Sigil Inspired by Tammy Tanuka (I'm honestly not sure) which I believe is a Russian brand, hence the general confusion about the brand in general. What I am certain about though, is that they make the most magical looking pigments. I really want to buy so many things from this brand! Also the names of these pigments are so damn creative and if you know me, you know I love a good concept and theme.

Kaleidos is a brand that again, has been on my radar for a while. They're most famous for their 6 pan palettes, of which they have five. I love the colour stories of all of them, although the two that have really been Futurism I and the Futurism III. Also the packaging is so beautiful, I would buy them all if I had the money I can't lie. More recently they released their Space Age Highlighters, which are super beautiful. The one that I really like the look of is the shade Sky Walker, which looks like it has a nude base with blue reflect. It kind of reminds me a bit of the Becca X Hatice Schmidt collaboration which I missed out on, so I think I'll have to pick this up for that reason.

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