Makeup4all Loves: Givenchy Le Rouge Liquide

I am a huge fan of Givenchy lipsticks, and have been for years. Slick and sophisticated leather design with a rock n roll vibes? Yes, please! It is just very me. I have several Givenchy lip products, and last year a friend of mine very kindly gifted me Le Rouge Liquide. And it is love at first sight.

The formula is phenomenal. It is nothing like your average liquid lipstick which sucks the life out of your lips, feels dry and sometimes even looks crusty on! Le Rouge Liquide

Want It: Jordan Samuel Skim Body Oil and Givenchy Le Rose Perfecto Lip Gloss

I did not write any “Want It” features in a while because, quite frankly, I see new beauty launches all the time and it takes a lot for me to actually want that product.

But today I want to share about two items which I would get this very minute: one beauty, one makeup.

Givenchy Le Rose Perfecto Baume a Levres Liquide, €35 from Sephora and Nordstrom

I am a big fan of baby pink pink glosses, and 1 Pink Irresistible looks exactly like the type of product I would like. Especially now that my favourote pink glosses from Chanel and Rouge Bunny Rouge were discontinued, I am looking for a replacement. And this could be it.

Le Rose Perfecto Liquid Balm is promised to nourish (shea butter and cranberry oil), smooth, plump and hydrate (extract of pink pepper)  the lips.

And let’s not forget the

SS20 Lipsticks: Hermes, Givenchy, Guerlain, Cle De Peau and Chantecaille

There are so many new lipsticks out for Spring, as usual, that I have decided to feature 5 that look the most exciting, in my opinion.

First of all, it’s all about the Rouge Hermés, available from March. It seems like lipstick is the way to start in makeup, Tom Ford did the same, and look at the brand now. And it all makes sense, it is so much easier to buy a lipstick rather than a handbag, that way most of us can get our own piece of luxury. And it’s not a secret that beauty gives the highest revenue for high-end brands, no wonder they all are launching beauty and makeup.

WSJ; image credit

As for Hermés, each lipstick will retail for $67, with a for a $42 refill, there will be 24 shades to begin with. The gorgeous and unique design was created by Pierre Hardy, according to WSJ.

I am also really loving the  Givenchy Le Rouge Gardens Edition (from Sephora,   Neiman Marcus,  HarrodsNordstrom)and

SS20 New Foundations and Concealers: BECCA, NARS, Laura Mercier, Hourglass, Dior and Givenchy

It’s that time  of the year when the brands are bringing out new base products. I have posted about a few foundations already (Tom Ford, Bite Beauty, Estee Lauder). In fact,  if you want to know more about the new launches follow me on Facebook.

But here is the preview of some primers, foundations and concealers that caught my attention, and I’ve chosen 6 items.

The one which I am curious to try myself is definitely the  Givenchy  Teint Couture City Balm, £38 later on from from Sephora,  Barneys,  Neiman Marcus,  HarrodsNordstrom, Escentual and Feel Unique. I wear very light city SPF products myself, and this sounds right up my street. Besides their Teint Couture line is great.

Laura Mercier, The Queen of base products launched 5 primers which have to be mentioned.  Shown are  the Pure Canvas Primer Illuminating (“enhancing Porcelain Flower Extract and a blend of Micronized Pearls, the primer imparts a healthy glow on skin”) and Pure Canvas Primer Hydrating (“Olive Extract visibly smooths and locks in hydration while Marine Hydra Botanicals replenish skin and promote long term moisture recovery”). There are also Pure Canvas Primer Blurring, Pure Canvas Primer Protecting and Pure Canvas Primer Perfecting. $38 each from the website.

NARS Tinted Glow Busters, £28 (from Nordstorm, Selfridges,  Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus  and Barneys.)are

SS19 Eye Shadows: Dior, Viseart, Givenchy, theBalm, L’Oreal

I did write about the bronzers and some new lip products that caught my attention this month, so let’s take a look at the eye shadows.  By the way, I often post previews over at  Makeup4all Facebook page, so you may want to give it a like.

First of all, how cool are the new Colour Queen eye shadows from L’Oréal. These are oil infused apparently, they will come in 36 shades. [Pic  is from Val Garland’s insta]. I want that dark chocolate and red.

Dior Diorshow tri(o)blique palettes £49 from Selfridges and Dior

Earthy Canvas,  Smoky Canvas, Coral Canvas  and Rose Canvas. There are three finishes in each: metallic. glitter and matte.

Viseart Warm EDIT Eye Shadow Palette $39 from Beautylish
While I am still trying the existing Viseart palettes, they already came up with some