Here is a preview of what is new from Burberry, some things are already out, and some will be available only for Spring.
Although it seems that we have seen it all when it comes to contouring, the brand just released their version of the shading products. And I personally really love the look of them.
Effortless Contouring Pens Face & Eyes in Medium No. 01 and Dark No. 02. are designed to effortlessly sculpt the face, the results look very natural and the technique is fool-proof (watch a video below). Already available from Sephora for $37 and soon to be available from Harrods.
Here is a video with Wendy Rowe showing how she create the look for the SS16 show, and how to use the contouring pens. And it is always
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 to say that I am really loving Kristen Stewart in the new Chanel campaign, those eye brows and eye makeup are spot on!
The products from the collection are:
Stylo Eye Shadows ($34) in 157 Beige Dore, 177 Rose Petale, 187 Brun Chatain, 197 Vert Grise and 207 Bleu Nuit.
Les 4 Ombres ($61) in 264 Tisse Particulier, 266 Tisse Essentiel and 272 Tisse Dimensions.
La Palette Sourcils de Chanel ($50) in 40 Naturel
Here is a preview of the newest beauty launches that caught my attention this week for: Face, Eyes and Lips.
Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipstick, $26 from Sephora
Wow, look at all those shades! Black Truffle (Black Violet) and Liquorice (Oxblood) look killer, I need.
“Swipe on bold, creamy lip color created and crafted by hand, Bite’s small batch, low-heat process preserves a balanced blend of lip-quenching nutrients, vitamins, and omega oils that are essential for achieving healthy-looking lips. Made with 12 edible oils and triple milled pigments, this lipstick provides saturated lip color with weightless coverage and a citrus flavor made from fresh pressed fruit.”
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).
You just need a