Givenchy La Revelation Originelle Spring 2016 makeup collection is exactly what we all need in January. Gorgeous highlighter, and refreshing pink for lips, nails and cheeks. There are also a brown eye liner, grey mascara and colourful eye shadows.
The star of the collection is definitely the uber gorgeous illuminator Poudre Lumiere Originelle (£41.50), an enhancing powder for an imperceptible, soft focus finish. It is a light pink highlighter that leaves the skin radiant and luminous. Quite possibly the most beautiful powder of the season.
There is also a new shade of the cult Le Prisme Blush (£32) in 41 Lune Rosée which combines the following shades: peach, light pink, rose pink and coral. Seems like another must have to perk up the complexion.
I love the idea of the brand’s Mister Scrub (£22 ) which is a gentle exfoliator in a stick format and Mister Gentlebalm (£22) which is a lip balm that combines a moisture booster and a colour enhancer to nourish, hydrate and naturally reveal lip colour.
The nail polish in this collection is the pastel pink Le Vernis (£17) in 29 Rose Divin
As for the eye products:
With their Spring 2016 makeup collection – From Lancome With Love the brand is definitely aiming at the younger audience with the playful illustrations, tins the products come in and pastel shades.
The promo image with blue and pink shades makes me smile and think of a beautiful spring ahead of us. It looks romantic and carefree, if you ask me. And we all need that…
Vernis in Love, £13.50
- 146 Rose Haussmann
- 148 Corail de Ville
- 149 Jaune Grands Boulevards
- 153 Bleu Ciel Parisien
Here is a video with an overview of the collection. Lisa Eldridge demonstrates some of the products in action. Speaking of Lisa and Lancome, have you seen a preview of the Juicy Shaker?
The star of the release is My Parisian Pastels palette (£50/$59). It includes 9 shimmering pastels which can be used on the face or on the eyes.
There are also two cream My Parisian Blushes (£28/$39)in 01 Corail de Ville and 02 Rose Haussmann.
Products for lips are:
Every year seasonal collections are released earlier and earlier. And (mots of) Spring ones are already out, just in time to get something to cure the post-Christmas & New Year blues.
Here is a preview of Chanel’s SS16 makeup collection which is all about pinks, blues and corals, no wonder as it was inspired by sunny California and is called LA Sunrise.
How absolutely gorgeous is the blush?! Sunkiss Ribbon Blush ($70). The most beautiful cheek product ever. The other stand out product is Le Vernis is 683 Sunrise Trip ($28).
There are six products for the eyes Illusion D’Ombre eye shadows ($36) in 118 Moonlight Pink, 122 Ocean Light and 126 Grifith Green and Stylo Yeux Waterproof ($33) in 924 Fervent Blue, 925 Pacific Green and
The official description is: “New Joli Rouge Brillant Lipstick provides intense moisture and enhances lips with a subtle shine and sheer finish. This special formula hydrates lips for 6 hours while providing flexibility, comfort and brightness.” and there are quite a few shades to choose from. The price is £19.50.
Besides the lipsticks, there is also a new Instant Light Lip Perfecting Base (£18). “A
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