In the past, I’ve found the quality of Clarins palettes quite poor, but this time around, it’s all changed! Downsizing the shade number within a palette seems to have done all the good in the world because these textures are beautiful! Soft, silky and the easiest wear. The whole Clarins Autumn 2015 collection seems to be based around easy wear, and I like this pared back collection that’s mainly naturals for warm autumn winter looks.
The two new Rouge Eclat shades are Tawny Rose and Red Paprika above, alongside a bit of smoulder with new Ombre Matte shades Carbon and Heather. I’d wear both of those in a heartbeat.Clarins Autumn 2015
Swatch wise, for the Pretty Day palette, you can see that these shades are smooth – the colours are more gentle than they look in the pan, but this is a very handy day palette that you can merge with Ombre Mattes for deeper, evening looks. The palette is £33 (quite pricy I think), the Ombre Mattes are £19 and Rouge Eclats are £19.50. The Clarins Autumn 2015 collection launches in August.
There are also two new brow pencils and two new khols, all of which I’ll do in tomorrow’s posts.
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...
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