Melt Cosmetics Swatches
Melt Cosmetics has been a favorite indie brand of mine for years. I’ve been buying from them for about 6 years at this point. I was thrilled to hear that they will now be available at Sephora. I wanted to share my Melt Cosmetics collection with you. I’ve purchased a ton of Melt over the past few years.
For those of you who don’t know, Melt Cosmetics is a Leaping Bunny Certified cruelty-free indie makeup brand. They also very clearly state which products are vegan or not vegan. Lora (from LA) & Dana (from Vegas) are two talented makeup and entertainment gals that got together and created Melt to make ultra-matte vibrant lipsticks.
All Melt Cosmetics products purchased by me because I enjoy flinging money at high-quality indie brands.
Since people always ask what my skintone is to determine how useful my swatches are, it’s very fair neutral to cool olive yellow. Current foundation matches for me are:
- Idun Minerals Nordic Veil in Jorunn
- Smashbox Studio Skin 15 Hour Wear Hydrating Foundation in .1
- Uoma Beauty Say What?1 Foundation in White Pearl T1C
- Osmosis CC Color Correcting Foundation in Porcelain
- Smith & Cult Veiled Threat Weightless Micro-Blurring Foundation in 100 Neutral
- Tarte Babassu Foundcealer Skincare Foundation SPF 20 in 8B Porcelain Beige
- Huda Beauty #FauxFilter Foundation in 100B Milkshake
- Too Faced Born This Way Foundation in Cloud
- Cozzette Beauty Infinite Makeup Stick in C1
- Danessa Myricks Vision Cover Cream in N1
All of these brands claim that their foundations are vegan. All are cruelty-free.
Melt Smoke Sessions Palette
The Melt Smoke Sessions palette is solely responsible for my green eyeshadow addiction. Here it is swatched above. It’s so freaking gorgeous! Smoke Sessions palette is 100% vegan. I love the buildable formula in this eyeshadow palette. It’s my current favorite eyeshadow formula, tied with Saucebox.
This is all Smoke Sessions in my warm golden green eyeshadow tutorial.
Melt Gun Metal Stack
I love the Gun Metal stack but it does have a TON of fall out! Still, that bottom right taupe matte shade, Assimilate, looks amazing on fair skin like mine. The Gun Metal Stack is vegan.
I created a Melt Gun Metal Stack Tutorial when it first came out.
Melt Haze Stack
The Melt Haze Stack is a set of 4 pretty metallics. I love the silver in it but that’s all I’ve ever worn. The gold is gorgeous too. I feel like the copper is just kind of meh.
Melt Radioactive Stack
The Melt Radioactive Stack is stunning! However, Radon and Radioactive are not eye safe. This stack is vegan. Check out my Melt Radioactive Stack Review.
The Melt Radioactive Stack is currently sold out on their site.
Melt Rust Stack
The Melt Rust Stack is Melt Cosmetics answer to a warm neutral palette. After swatching it again I want to wear the weird mustard yellow color. This is another vegan stack.
Melt Dark Matter Stack
The Dark Matter Stack was one of the first that Melt Cosmetics ever released. Blurr, Unseen and Enigma are not vegan. Dark Matter is vegan. See my Melt Dark Matter Stack and Melt Love Sick Stack Review!
Melt Love Sick Stack
I adore the Melt Love Sick Stack colors! Promiscuous, Amelie, and Love Sick are not vegan. Fixated is vegan. Promiscuous and Amelie used to be vegan.
Melt She’s in Parties Stack
The Melt She’s in Parties Stack is my favorite of all the Melt Stacks. It’s stunning! Last Caress, Meanstreak and Skeleton Kiss are not vegan. She’s in Parties is vegan.
I created a super sparkly berry tutorial with this stack.
Miscellaneous Melt Cosmetics Swatches
Row 1 – Shadowplay & Electra
Row 2 – Honey Thief & Pink Moon
Row 3 – Hopeless Romantix & Scammin
These Melt Cosmetics swatches are miscellaneous cheek products. I have two of the Melt Blushlight Blushes – Shadowplay (iridescent mint green) and Electra (divine lilac). There’s also one normal Melt Blush – Honey Thief (neutral peach). I did buy Pink Moon (lavish rosé) from the Melt Digital Dust Highlight line too.
Pictured above are 2 shades from the Melt Baby Girl Stack too, in Hopeless Romantix (a yellow gold to hot pink shift) and Scammin (hot coral matte)
Melt Cosmetics Lip Products
You can see one of my very first Melt Makeup Inspiration posts here. These are some of my Melt Cosmetics Swatches of lipsticks.
I’ve reviewed a bunch of their lip products in the past, mainly lipsticks. It’s not my favorite lipstick formula (Urban Decay makes my favorite bullet lipstick formula, Marc Jacobs makes my favorite chubby lip crayon formula, and Black Moon makes my favorite liquid lipstick formula), so I’ve decluttered all but 2 lipsticks from Melt. I can’t find one of them – Chick Habit. I have the other one called Sequel (liquid lipstick, deep plum) in the Melt Cosmetics swatches above.
I really love the Melt Lip Pencils that I have! They’re so good! Swatched above are 1979 (royal purple), Santeria (blackened cherry), Handcuff (cool-toned grey), and Latex (hunter green).
What Products Will Be at Sephora?
The following Melt Cosmetics products will be available at Sephora to start.
- Melt Smoke Sessions Palette (my #1 recommendation!!!)
- Melt Gun Metal Stack
- Melt Shape Shift Stack
- Melt Haze Stack
- Melt Baby Girl Stack
- Melt Blue Print Stack
- Melt Twenty-Seven Eyeshadow Palette
- Melt Gemini Eyeshadow Palette
- Melt Blushlights
- Melt Blushes
- Melt Digital Dust Highlighters
- Melt Allday Everyday Lipliner Pencils
- Melt Liquid Lipsticks
- Melt Lipsticks
- Melt Allday Everyday Eyeliner Pencils
What Melt Cosmetics products are on your wish list? Did you find my Melt Cosmetics swatches helpful?