You can always count on Dolce & Gabbana when it comes to a beautiful makeup collection for the holiday season, and I love the fact that their new release was inspired by Baroque, no one does baroque quite like this brand. And all items from the “Black Baroque” colour theme look incredible, especially that lipstick! Dreamy.
The products are:
Shine Lipstick: 123 Baroque Red, 147 Baroque Gold and 190 Baroque Black
Contour Duo The Illuminator Luna 4/ The Bronzer in Desert 20
Perfect Mono Eyeshadow: 006 Baroque White, 28 Beige
I don’t know what is going on with me but I am very into glitter and sequins lately. You may have seem my jumper if you follow me on Instagram. And trust me, it is a big deal that I am wearing something like this, pretty much all my friends had to make jokes about it, even my parents were surprised when I saw them the other day.
“I have never seen you in sequins, like ever,” Mum was shocked.
“She is just old now,” Dad replied. My Father just likes to tease me whenever he can.
But why all those talks? I just want to share the sparkling nail polishes which are new for this season which caught my eye. And these are not all the options, just the ones I like.
That kit looks pretty cool with a neutral, black and two glittery shades, you can create as many designs as you can think of.
YSL Sparkle Clash La Laque, $28 from Neman Marcus
Two shades 78 Gold Clash and 79 Silver Clash which are a part of their Christmas collection.
There is also this
I am loving the official description of the new Libre Chanel Makeup collection:
“Sheer meets intense. Matte and glossy collide. The artificial clashes with the real in a bold new makeup collection inspired by the material urban world. Striking contrasts of colours, textures, intensities and light capture a contemporary edge and thrilling moment in time.”
This collection with all the pink and silver details will definitely stand out among all the gold and red glittery offerings which are usually released for Christmas. There is also a new foundation! So far you can only buy the products from Chanel’s website but later on from Nordstorm, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Selfridges, Harrods.
Let’s take a look at the products:
Architectonic Eye Palette, $80
Inspired by urban architecture, the shades are mirror-like silver, concrete grey and gunmetal blue shadows in matte to shimmery textures.
Calligraphic de Chanel, $35 in 65 Hyperblack
Long-lasting, waterproof gel liner with a vinyl finish.
Crayon Sourcils ($29) in 30 Brun Naturel
Rouge Allure ($37) in 247 Ultraberry and
Givenchy Audace De l’Or is a really well-edited Christmas collection of just three products which come in a proper festive golden limited edition design. So if you are feeling overwhelmed by all the variants – this may be a good collection for you. Plus, you can never go wrong with some sparkles for holidays!
Palette Ors Audacieux, $63/£40.50
Inspired by multifaceted reflections of gold, concealed in a luxurious case recalling gold leaf art. Four shades of gold, of dazzling depth and shimmering radiance, creating a mirror effect that intensifies the colour.
Prisme Libre Loose Powder – N8 Voile Audacieux, $54/£36
A matifying and color-correcting loose powder for the
Here is a preview of yet another Christmas 2016 makeup collections. This time it is Lancome’s release which is all about pinks and purples. Although, these are not the typical “festive” shades, the products still come in those gorgeous glittery golden packaging.
The star products of the collection are definitely the cushion highlighter and an eye shadows palette.
Cushion Highlighter £28.50/$39
Shimmering cushion highlighter for the glamorous glow, light and translucent formula is warmed by a golden sparkle, captured in a soft cushion for a dewy finish.
La Palette Des Rêves £40/ $50
Inspired by beautiful Parisian lights and crystalline flakes of snow on a cold winter’s night. Includes six s eyeshadows in a collector case that goes from a sparkling cream to a warm golden brown.
Vernis In Love £13.50/$15.50
161 Blanc Scintillant, 261 Brun Glace, 361 Paris en Rose, 461