Tag: YSL beauty review

Yves Saint Laurent Forever Youth Liberator Night Cream Review

I was sent Yves Saint Laurent’s Youth Liberator Night Cream several months ago and I am finally ready to give you my opinion.

Youth Liberator range  which contains Glycanactif, a patented combination of 3 glycans, already has a lot of loyal followers, as the brand promises that the formula helps to “enhance the youthful properties of the skin” and who doesn’t want that?

As for this particular cream you should see the following changes in your skin: “immediately nourished with moisture, the skin appears more radiant. Skin feels smoother, suppler and looks more luminous.”

I inserted the quote on purpose, as I actually agree and think that I can see the promised results,  and I have been using this cream for several weeks now.

The texture is beautiful and it almost melts into the skin and it [the skin] does look more radiant and healthy glowing. The cream is definitely  moisturizing and

Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat 20th Anniversary Design and Three New Shades. Review and Swatches

Here, as promised on Twitter, are the photos and swatches  of YSL’s Touche Eclat Anniversary Design and three new shades 2.5, 4.5 and 5.5.

You can read all the details about the products and see twenty tips on how to use them here.

Here are the photos of the anniversary design without and with flash. As you can see, it has a very pretty pattern on.

As for the new shades, here is how they look like swatched

YSL Terre Saharienne Bronzing Powder Review, Photos and Swatches

I can’t believe that I forgot to write about one of my favourite makeup products of this summer.

It’s a bronzer… And I am talking about Yves Saint Laurent’s Terre Saharienne Bronzing Powder (£31) in  N° 5 Cinnamon Sand.

It comes in a velvet pouch, the design of the palette is warm brown.

I’ve been using Terre Saharienne bronzer non-stop this summer. And I am really sorry but I can’t find the photos of this bronzer when it was untouched,  looks like I’ve accidentally deleted them.

It is such a shame that the YSL logo is almost gone by now, I really loved it.

Cinnamon Sand is a medium shade, there are two more: N° 4 Apricot Sand and N° 6 Bronze Sand.

I find that the shade that I have is perfect for light to medium skin tones as it is not dark but not too light. The shade is buildable so you can make it more intense. It is not orange at all and looks

YSL Creme de Blush in 4 Audacious Orange Review, Photos and Swatches. Rave

Finally I am going to review the gorgeous cream blush which is called Audacious Orange and which is a pure orange colour! It is a part of the YSL summer 2011 makeup collection.

I’ve already reviewed the brown eye shadow duo and the Volupte Sheer Candy Lip Balms.

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know that that I am a huge fan of cream blushes and I can never have too many of them.

So if I say that now this blush in my top five, trust me, it means a lot. A lot of people are fans of YSL Creme de Blush and I completely understand them.

I love the package, it is very chic and luxurious and is does look like a high end product.

The blush itself has a lovely light consistency which is not greasy or sticky at all. It is easy to apply and blend it into the skin.This product also smells nice, something floral if you ask me.

I know that some of you are probably scared of the blush which is called Audacious Orange and which looks so bright but there is no reason for that. It gives the most beautiful shade for summer, out of all my coral/orange/peach blushes I like this one the best right now.

So here is the swatch and the comparison with other blushes. The first one is ChaCha by Benefit and the other one is YSL.

Ok, I know that it looks a bit scary but only because I’ve packed the blush so that you can see the colour. As you can see, ChaCha has some red undertones compared to Audacious Orange.

Audacious Orange just