|Chantecaille Holiday 2012 Les Fetes Trio|
In its own way, Chantecaille’s holiday range is one of the most lovely because of its simplicity. While others have the wow factor, Chantecaille has the elegance factor. Above is Les Fêtes Trio with shimmery shades of Moonstone, Diamond and Pink Sapphire. £65.
|Chantecaille Holiday 2012 Les Petales de Rose, £74|
Les Petales de Rose is a limited edition highlighting powder with an uplit pigment blend to give your skin a gentle sheen and glow.
|Chantecaille Holiday 2012 Brilliant Gloss in Glamour, £26|
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
|Chantecaille Holiday 2012 Lipchic in Nocture, £30|
One of the best things about Chantecaille lipsticks (and also why you pay £30) is they contain collagen to smooth out and plump the lips. They’re also quite glossy so you get pigment and shine (and none of this deadening matte business ;-).
|Chantecaille Holiday 2012 Le Must Have Set|
I’ve got to admit that if I found this set under the tree I would consider that all my Santas had come at once! Le Must Have contains a Brilliant Gloss in Lucky, black mascara, gel liner pencil in Hematite, a deluxe sample size of Rose Eye Make Up Remover and the mock-croc pouch. It’s a gorgeous and ultra-luxy kit.
There is also an anti-ageing set and an eye-shadow trio that I will post pics of as soon as I have them. Otherwise, the collection launches at SpaceNK, Liberty, Fenwick in November.
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