Tag: spring 2017 makeup

SS17 Eye Shadows Palettes: NARS, Jouer and Too Faced

Here is a preview of three brand new eye shadows palettes which just launched, and all three are neutrals with cool, warm or rose shades, so there is something for everyone.

JOUER COSMETICS Springtime in Paris Eyeshadow Palette, £35 from Cult Beauty

I personally like the loom of this one the best. There are some really beautiful shades to choose from, there are 12 colours in general from cool toned neutrals to shimmering plums.

Too Faced Natural Love Ultimate Neutral Eye Shadow Palette, $59 from Sephora

This is the biggest palette with 30 shades which probably has every shade you possibly need (0.03 oz/ 0.80 g)  Heaven (cream matte), Fairy Tale (champagne gold shimmer), Nudie (fawn matte), Tickle Me (mushroom shimmer), Don’t Settle (dark brown metallic), Fingers Crossed (deep gilded brown), Lace Teddy (soft peach matte), Satin Sheets (golden pink), Push-Up (light bronze pearl), Honey

SS17 Lip Products: Bobbi Brown, BITE and Chanel

After all those matte and opaque lipsticks which we all wore in AW, so many brands are launching new lipsticks with glossy textures and lip glosses for Spring! Watch this space…

Here are just a few new releases, but expect to see many more.

Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss, $30. Chanel is available from  NordstormBergdorf GoodmanNeiman Marcus, Selfridges, Harrods and   Chanel’s website.

I am personally a big fan of Chanel glosses and have quite a few Glossimers, so I am excited to try the new ones. Coco Glosses are described as  hydrating and with an intense shine. There are 24 shades in different finishes: iridescent, lacquered and opaque.

Bobbi Brown Art Stick Liquid Lip, $28 from Sephora

“Super-pigmented, squeezable

SS17 New Eye Products: Trish McEvoy, YSL, MAC and Smith and Cult

This post was supposed to be a Valentine’s Day beauty gift guide but since I did not have time to prepare one in time, it will be about the eye products launches that caught my attention.

Trish McEvoy 24-Hour Eye Shadow & Liner,  $33 from Neiman Marcus  and Bergdorf Goodman.

“Creamy, pigment-rich, shimmering eye shadow pen glides smoothly onto lid or lash line for endless shading and eye defining options with maximum staying power.”

 The shades are: Smokey Quartz (shown),  Topaz, Crystal Grey and  Rose Quartz

Smith & Cult B Line Wax Spastic Eye Pen Smith and Cult, $26 from Saks

I am excited to see Smith and Cult bringing out other makeup items besides their gorgeous nail polishes.

” Quick-dry, water resistant liner delivers a

SS17 Makeup: NARS and Laura Mercier

Here is a preview of two Spring 2017 makeup collections I haven’t mentioned yet: NARS and Laura Mercier.

NARS collection has a beautiful promo image with pastel and muted shades.

Eyes: Duo Eye shadows in Chiang Mai (Shimmering Sea Blue / Copper) and  Thessaloniki  (Iridescent Seashell Pink / Iridescent Violet Smoke).   Velvet Shadow Sticks in Usbek (Vivid Purple),  Belle Ile (Shimmering Mandarine Orange),  Grande Large (Metallic Sky Blue) and Siros (Bronze).

Lips: Semi Mate Lipstick in Breaking Free (Neon Coral), Satin Lipstick in Kiss Me Stupid (Burnt Sienna).  Lip Gloss in Aragon (Red Chestnut) and

Guerlain Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

I can’t believe that this year the cult meteorites by Guerlian celebrate 30! This magical powder,  the glow-giver for three decades already, was created by Dominique Szabo, Guerlain’s Creative Director of the time, back in 1987.

And I remember that every beauty lover had to have them, a lot of people actually collected all releases and would do anything to get yet another special edition compact. I do have a few myself (see here and here).

So which products are a part of the latest collection?

First of all, there are two KissKiss lipsticks in a limited edition packaging: Blossom Glow, a lively pink, and a more tender and glossy Pearly Pink.

A cute pink Meteorites The Brush  which, according to the brand, is a redesigned brush with an improved, extremely practical design and works great for the signature  iconic G application technique.

And what about the meteorites themselves that come in a compact and pressed variation?

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