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YSL · Pop Illusion Collection Spring 2018

 

Brightening things up for Spring, YSL’s Pop Illusion Collection is all about light & texture but with some hits of vibrant colour — just to keep things interesting, of course. Then there’s the mesmerizing packaging details that keep distracting me …

 

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NARS · Wanted Cheek Palettes I & II

 

When NARS introduced the Wanted Eyeshadow Palette last year (reviewed), the beauty world could not get enough, and we can now add blushes to that family — introducing Wanted I & II Cheek Palettes, filled with six pigment-rich shades (5 of which are new and limited edition in each palette). From the brand that created iconic hues such as Orgasm, Sin, and Deep Throat, something tells me that these palettes would have been better named “You’ll WANT them” instead. Yup … they’re THAT good.

 

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Urban Decay · Naked Petite Heat

 

Following the huge success of Urban Decay’s Naked Heat palette, the brand has just launched a smaller version inspired by the original: Naked Petite Heat. Adorable rhyming name aside, this little beauty is the stuff that scorching neutral dreams are made of, and the best part? It’s oh-so portable. Now you can take your Naked to go …

 

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NARS · Danger Control Eyeshadow Palette & Rêve Salé Cheek Palette

 

Let me start with a head’s up: you better get your wallet ready, because this Spring NARS will be coming at you hard with so many gorgeous new products (I so wish I could say more on that … you’ll have to just take my word on it!), that you really won’t be able — or even want — to resist. Case in point: the Danger Control Eyeshadow Palette and Rêve Salé Cheek Palette. Glowy & ethereal, these shades were made for diving into Spring.

 

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CHANEL · Dernières Neiges Collection

 

CHANEL’s Dernières Neiges Collection is filled with an ethereal watercolour beauty as well as the promise of Spring … and about as lovely as a collection can get. Rose tones which add such a brightening effect, play a starring role along with texture and formula variations — but the real story is in how beautifully everything works, whether you opt for just one piece or the entire lot (although something tells me you’ll want it all).

 

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