September 8, 2015

New NYX Fall 2015 Launches

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NYX Fall 2015

NYX Hydra Touch Powder Foundation, NYX Lid Laquer, and new Liquid Suede Cream Lipsticks are just some of the New NYX Fall 2015 Launches.

Take a look below!

NYX Lid Lacquer $7 (Available in Clear or Black)
Love eye shines? Well, the new NYX Lid Lacquer instantly delivers a glistening, shiny, gloss finish on lids. Simply dab it on your shadow and it’ll instantly add a shiny finish to your lid.

NYX Hydra Touch Powder Foundation $20
This new lightweight pressed powder provides customizable coverage with a silky, matte finish that can be applied dry or wet.

NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick $7
Liquid matte lipsticks are all the rage for Fall and NYX’s new Liquid Suede Cream Lipsticks give you an easy and inexpensive way to get the look! These new velvety cream lipsticks provide long lasting color with a matte finish.

NYX Gotcha Covered Concealer $6
NYX’s new budget friendly concealer provides full coverage with a long wear and a highly blendable formula that wears without creasing, caking, or fading.

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  • Natasha


    They have new lip liners called the “slide on lip pencils”. I guess they have the same formulation as the slide on eye pencils which a lot of people love. I’m hoping they are a dupe for MAC Prolongwear.

  • Andrew

    Very intriguing! Might have to try everything out, except . . .

    BWAHAHAHAHA! $20 For a NYX Foundation? Girl please. They must have bumped their dang heads. A few more bucks and you can get MAC or Clinique.

      • Andrew

        Right?! I feel like sometimes brands forget who their target audience is. Even if they’re trying to reach out to the higher-end consumer, someone who covets Chanel and Givenchy isn’t going to be like, “Oh, this is $20 from a drugstore so I feel comfortable buying it and letting people know I have it!”

        Because as a reformed high-end snob I can attest that, along with many other high-end consumers, that was my thought process. A high end purchase is a status symbol.

        Look at the new Louboutin lipsticks for example: they perform like many lipsticks you can get for anywhere between $6-$25, yet they’re actually selling for NINETY FREAKING BUCKS. They have beautiful packaging, but that packaging can’t be stored upright, displayed, nor does it include any kind of label regarding the shade and formula. You’re literally paying 4x-11x as much for the name and impractical packaging.

        No thanks. For a higher price tag the formula of an item needs to be on point and unique.

        Sorry for ranting. I just feel like it’s a bit of exploitation and as someone who’s going to school to (hopefully) be a cosmetic chemist it really strikes a major nerve.

        • christine

          Right on, Andrew. 90 bucks for lipstick and 50 for a nail polish??? It’s going to look like any other 5.00 lipstick or dollar store nail polish when seen on the street. Ridiculous.

  • Zovesta

    Yup yup, with Andrew. =( NYX and ELF’s prices have gone up, it’s nuts! When NYX goes over $10 they’re reaching… $20? Insanity. Still, might have to try the concealer, since their HD concealer is just awful for me.

    Good thing Wet n Wild’s pretty consistent with prices. *sigh*

  • kellly

    $10 for ELF, $20 for NYX, $90 for Louboutin lipsticks. Where is this going to end?