I’m a big Lancome fan and it’s nice to see some traditional spring shades rather than the darker greys we’ve been seeing–I’m looking at you Dior. However, that’s a whole lotta lavander the model is wearing, it’s overkill in my humble opinion. Before I make go making a snap judgement, let’s take a look at the entire collection.
Butterflies Fever Blush ($40.00) – This is the showstopper for me–look how gorgeous it is! The purple shades in the butterflies is just overspray, but it’s still a lovely piece. From Lancome: “The new must have blush is an original twist of two incontrovertible items of the 70′s style: the bowtie and the butterfly designed by Alexis Mabille. In fashion, wearing a bowtie is the ultimate chic attitude, besides a way to express free-spirit and absolute lack of concern for what other people think. The butterfly is a multicultural symbol of free soul, feminity and beauty of nature.”
Lancome Ombre Magnetique ($25) Lancome says: ”
The fusion between this innovative sprakling eye-shadow and the disco lights is ultra glamourous and captivating.”
- Disco Gold
- Disco Silver
- Ultra Lavande
French Touch Absolu ($35.00) – To my eye this lipstick seems quite dark for the rest of the look, am I wrong? And it doesn’t look like the model is wearing it–I hate it when ads do that!
- Berry Rose (Limited Edition)
Color Design Minerale Quad ($42.00)
- Cool Lavande
- Warm Lavande
Color Fever Gloss ($26.00) – in sharp contrast to the Berry Rose lipstick, these glosses are whisper soft shades.
- Beige Ballerine
- Rose Ballerine
- Lavande Ballerine
Le Vernis ($19.00) – From Lancome: “
- Violet Groove
- Le 54
What do you think Beauties? Are you jumping on the Lavende train? Or waiting at the station for something else? As usual, my beautiful blogging buddy KarlaSugar has swatches of the collection.