Burberry just released a killer new beauty collection Velvet & Lace. And that look with a strong lip and a natural skin… I think it is perfection, and Wendy Rowe (Artistic Consultant Burberry, MUA who created it) just rocks! If you are not a fan of pastels, this is the way to go for Spring. Plus, there are so many brand new exciting products.
Like the stars of the collection – SPRING/SUMMER 2016 RUNWAY PALETTES in White 01, 02 Nude Gold
“A lightweight illuminating face powder set with an intricate lace-pattern design, inspired by the delicate fabrics from the womenswear show. Pearly, translucent powder that lifts and brightens the complexion with a lace pattern.”
EYE COLOUR CONTOUR, $37
- 100 Natural
- 104 Almond
- 106 Pale Cooper (not shown)
- 108 Midnight Brown
- 112 Rosewood
- 116 Dusy Mauve
- 124 Stone Grey
“Versatile, mistake-proof pen designed to sculpt and smoke the eyes for effortless results. The precision dome tip follows the natural curve of the eye to add dimension and depth, while the creamy formula blends into the lash line for an intense smokey effect. Crease-free and waterproof for an all-day flawless finish. ”
More eye shadows:
I have already posted a preview of the Rouge Bunny Rouge new foundation on Facebook but I actually have samples of all shades now. And something else which looks absolutely incredible. It is the most exciting launch from the brand in the last several years, in my opinion. And it will definitely be a best-seller.
And I am talking about the Eye Shadow Palette in 086 Antigo which is a gorgeous palette with four nude wearable shades. The compact, pattern, shades – it is all perfection. I will definitely post all the details and swatches soon.
As for the foundation which is called Skin Soul Drops – it is available in three shades. It comes in a chic small (15 ml) glass bottle with a dropper. I have already used it several times and the first impression is that it gives a matte finish and a good coverage (which can be built up or sheered down, depending on your preference).
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Besides the lipsticks, the other makeup product almost every brand is bringing out for SS16 is foundation. And while cushions and foundations with the dropper (BECCA, Stila, Kiko Armani, Rouge Bunny Rouge etc) are having a real moment this season, “classic” foundations are still going strong.
And here are three that caught my attention with the official description:
Chanel LES BEIGESHealthy Glow Foundation (£36 from Selfridges)
“An invisible foundation that creates a natural healthy glow by giving skin the radiance of a day spent outdoors, while protecting it from harsh environmental conditions. The perfection of a natural glow. With a range of subtle, easy-to-wear beiges, CHANEL’s Healthy Glow Foundation frees women from their fears of using foundation and gives every skin tone a lasting healthy glow. The soft and comfortable texture glides over the skin and melts away. The texture becomes imperceptible and allows the skin to breathe freely, while protecting it from harsh environmental conditions. The complexion is evened-out and enhanced with a sheer finish.”
“Everlasting 16-hour perfection from morning to
Contouring? Strobing? Move over! There is a new trend in town, and that is colour correcting. It was around for some time but you know that it is official when it ends up on Sephora’s main page. I actually posted about some products already, such as BECCA, YSL and tarte but there are tonnes of others.
When you click on the link, you can read all about it, and choose the product which you think you may need/want. I am personally
If you liked Makeup4all Facebook page , you could see some of the looks from SS16 Fashion Weeks. I have actually also posted about the hottest seasonal trend at my Mode account, too. (Can you guess what it is?)
Speaking of SS, you gotta love those early previews of the Spring 2016 makeup collections. And here are a few which I’ve spotted on Instagram.
Givenchy Spring 2016 Makeup collection teasers from Nicolas Degennes, Creative Director for Givenchy beauty.
Dior Makeup Collection for Spring 2016 from Peter Philips’s account, Creative and image director of