There is genuinely so much loveliness from Estee Lauder this year that I’m going to eke it out into two posts so I don’t dazzle everyone with too many wants in one go!

THE PROFESSI ONAL
MAKEUP ARTIST
COLOR COLLECTION 2012

First up, the biggie! Every year Estee Lauder does one of these blockbuster buys and this year, I think it’s the best. The Professional Makeup Artist Color Collection costs £50 with a purchase of any Estee Lauder fragrance – and frankly, who wouldn’t be utterly beside themselves with happiness with one of these? They sell out really fast, so do be an early bird if you have your heart set on one and they launch on 29th October <--- diary date!

*all products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.



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  1. I have been waiting in anticipation for this to come out. I was lucky enough to the the 2011 one and am still using it now but oh my, wouldn’t it be good………

  2. I have bought these holiday blockbusters for the past like eight years they are the best they last a long time. They are worth every penny and I love the fragrances by Estée Lauder.

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Every year the Estee Lauder brand bring a set like this out for Christmas time. It was one of these sets that really sparked my love of make-up when my mum and dad gave me one for Christmas years ago. I remember being almost speechless that such a thing of beauty even existed – it was in a large oblong box and I can recall taking the lids of the gold tubes of the lipsticks and just inhaling the wonderful lipstick-y smell. I can’t remember the eyeshadows very well, but there were two blushers.. totally unsuitable for a 13 year old but I put them to very good (read, bad!) use. I kept it in my bedroom and kept everything in it’s place in the box..sometimes I’d just open the box to gaze at the products! It was my first proper beauty set and I begged for one each year after that and carried on getting them every Christmas until I started working and could afford to buy my own make-up. It was a truly unforgettable Christmas present, the memory of which has stayed with me always..opening the lid of the box and just gasping! 


So, this year’s offering which you can buy for £50 with a fragrance purchase (still the same terms as years ago, but the price has risen significantly!) is actually a vanity case containing an 18 shade Pure Color Eyeshadow compact and a face compact with Signature blushers and a Bronze Goddess bronzer. Also, three Pure Color Long Lasting lipsticks, two Pure Color glosses, a mascara and two eye pencils. Also, there is some Gentle Eye Makeup Remover, four travel brushes and a companion case (whatever that is).


These always sell out really quickly so if you’re planning on getting one, gift or otherwise, they launch on 31st October at counters and on line, so I’d be quick about it.

*all products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.



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  1. Thank you for sharing this! My first experience with cosmetics was exactly the same as yours! Although I only got it when I was 16. I still had some things from the set until last year until I forced myself to throw them away. I hadn’t used them for years, but I just wanted to keep them for sentimental value!

  2. I had one of these, it was incredible seeing all this beautifully packaged makeup and the eye palettes lasted for years. My sister may still have one of the eye palettes going now… I loved the lipsticks the best.

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