Trixie Mattel’s Trixie Cosmetics is available exclusively at Glam Raider in Australia and New Zealand.
Oh honey! Trixie Mattel’s beauty brand, Trixie Cosmetics has launched exclusively via a cult beauty store in Australia.
Fans of the Drag Race icon who live Down Under can get their hands on the popular products at Glam Raider.
From blush to bronzer and eyelashes to lip gloss, fans can create some iconic looks using Trixie Cosmetics products.
The Trixie Cosmetics range is now available to shop exclusively in Australia and New Zealand at glamraider.com.
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The prices of the range are between $17 and $74 and it’s home to some of the beauty brand’s staple products.
This includes the Barb Bestie Balm, Hi Bald Lip Gloss, Summer of Love Blush Palette, the iconic Pink Handheld Mirror featuring the “T” logo and the Team Katya Palette.
Plus they’re all homed in fun – and mostly pink – packaging that have been inspired by your favourite childhood toys.
A number of products have already sold out due to popularity including the Roadtripper Sunglasses, Darling Daisy blush and Lollipop Luxe lip gloss.
But don’t panic, because they’ll likely be restocked at Glam Raider, and there’s plenty more products to choose from, with 75 in total.
And all Trixie Cosmetics products are cruelty-free and portion of sales are donated to The Bee Conservancy.
The All Stars 3 winner is currently touring Australia alongside fellow Drag Race alumni and UNHhhh co-host, Katya.
They’re bringing the Trixie and Katya Show to theatre venues in June and July which is a scripted satire inspired by road trip comedies from the 90s, including To Wong Foo, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Crossroads.
The pair will then take the tour back to North America, before heading to the UK and Europe in November and December.
To shop Trixie Cosmetics exclusively in Australia head to glamraider.com.
Trixie Mattel on all-winners Drag Race season
Mattel told PinkNews that she didn’t have time to join the cast of All Stars 7 – which will see the “queen of queens” rise to the top of the competition – despite getting a “generous, lovely invite” to join the show.
She described how she is “very close” to World of Wonder and “heard things coming down the pipeline” about the new season, adding that the “opportunity was definitely available to me” to appear on the show, but she knew she was soon going on tour and working on her new reality series Trixie Motel.
“When I left, I said, ‘Can you promise me that you’ll invite me back for winners?’, and they [WOW] said, ‘Yeah, we’ll invite you back’,” she said.
She added that isn’t “disappointed at all about not competing” on Drag Race again, but she is “sad” to miss out on doing Pit Stop because that’s “my Drag Race”.
“I loved doing Pit Stop – it was like my favourite job,” Mattel says. “So I’m sad I can’t do Pit Stop on the first All Stars winners.”