Trixie Mattel and Trixie Cosmetics Release Three Sickening Glitters Just in Time for Halloween

Oh, honey. She’s back, back, back, back, back again with more products added to her makeup line. Trixie Cosmetics launched three spooky glitters just in time for Halloween. Not only that, but Trixie Mattel is back with YouTube tutorials, teaching fans how to create her makeup for Halloween. Learn more about Trixie Mattel, her new YouTube tutorial, and her makeup products here.

Trixie Mattel and Trixie Cosmetics premiered three spooky glitters

Welcome this to ooky, spooky, kooky, and creepy edition of Trixie Cosmetics, where fans can try out three new glitters just in time for Halloween. The three that are available are Pentagram (shiny, silver stars,) Ooky Spooky (a black holographic mix,) and Slime Time (a sickening green glitter.) Other products by the drag performer, including her lipstick, are available for purchase online. Some of Trixie’s cosmetics are also available for purchase at Riley Rose, the beauty retailer.

“Before I was a famous drag queen — who could barely walk to the bathroom at DragCon — I used to be a makeup artist behind the makeup counters at MAC and Ulta and Sephora, and when you start to watch people shop for makeup for a living you start to realize that drag queens, and people, they want the same thing: we all want products that work well, that are priced well and are fun to apply,” Trixie Mattel said during an interview with Fashionista.

“I noticed that they call it a makeup routine,” the drag performer continued. “I’m like, ‘Mama if it feels routine, switch it up.’ So all of my products are very fun and they’re sort of daring.”

In conjunction with Trixie Cosmetics, the drag performer released a YouTube video, ‘Trixie Makeup On a Budget’

If you’re trying to be Trixie Mattel for Halloween this year, you’re in luck. This drag queen premiered a YouTube tutorial, “Trixie Makeup On a Budget,” using inexpensive drug store makeup. Already, the video earned hundreds of thousands of views.

“I love horror movies, so I decided to call the silver glitter Carol Ann because it looked like static on a TV,” Trixie Mattel said. “Then the white glitter that goes into the eye is called Marshmallow, because it’s cosmetic glitter that’s soft enough that I’m not going to get irritation when I wear it on tour every day, so it’s soft — marshmallow!”

Trixie Mattel performs onstage during RuPaul's DragCon 2019
Trixie Mattel performs onstage during RuPaul’s DragCon 2019 | Photo by Santiago Felipe/Getty Images

Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova’s YouTube series, ‘UNHhhh’ is nominated for a Streamy Award

Cosmetics is not the only thing that keeps this drag performer busy. Recently, Trixie Mattel premiered her documentary, Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts, at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. She finished another season of her YouTube series with fellow Drag Race alumna, Katya Zamolodchikova.

Together with their editors, the series earned a nomination at this year’s Streamy Awards. UNHhhh is nominated in the Unscripted Series category, along with YouTube celebrities and accounts like Joey Graceffa, Anthony Padilla, and Jubilee. Fans can also find Trixie Mattel on music platforms, where songs like “Yellow Cloud” are available for streaming.

Songs by Trixie Mattel, including her EPs Two Birds and One Stone, are available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major music platforms.