Friday, 24 February 2017 : The power of pink in the Spring/Summer 2017 collections and beauty brands are rolling out make-up with new textures and colours.
According to French luxury beauty brand Lancome, the pale red shade has popped up in the most prestigious collections at Fashion Weeks around the world, and naturally it was also present backstage at the runway shows, taking pride of place on every make-up artist’s palette!
Often associated with femininity, sweetness, purity and romance, pink is a shade that has the most versatility on a make-up palette – it looks equally good on your lips, cheeks and eyes.
It’s also a shade that naturally complements the nude look where complexions are flushed with healthy pinkish undertones.
Whether it’s a soft pink or a red hot pink that takes your fancy, it’s the shade that will put you at the heart of this season.
Bringing reverie into reality is what Lisa Eldridge vowed to do by reintroducing dreamlike fantasy into the Lancome Absolute Rose Spring 2017 Collection. Taking a cue from the precious rose, the brand’s emblem, this season the brand pays homage to the colour pink, a key colour in the collection.
Lancome La Rose a Poudrer is the perfect powder make-up that instantly invites spring into your life. This gorgeous jewel-box displays not only a magnificent flower, but each petal is imbued with pearlisers that give your skin sparkles of light.
In its quest to please women across the globe on their search for that right lip colour and the right formula, Laneige created a lipstick that is not only rich and comfortable, but also lets you combine up to 90 different colour blends!
The new formula for the Laneige Silk Intense Lipstick gives it a soft and silky texture that allows for a smooth application. Its Ultra Micronised Pigment and Multi-Layered White technologies create a more vivid colour and let light shimmer from various angles.
Playdates are the inspiration for Shu Uemura’s Spring/Summer 2017 colours. A childhood-inspired and fun loving take on colours with timeless pastels and vivid colours reflect the whimsical, carefree spirit of the season. Mirroring this vibe, Japanese designer Tsumori Chisato’s Spring/Summer 2016 runway collection, inspired by her trip to Cuba, is also a palette of fun and cheerfulness with models wearing Shu Uemura’s latest glowy pastels.
Shu Uemura Playdate Eye & Cheek Palette comes in limited edition and in three variants: Sunflower Orange, Pink Sunday and Water Slide Blue. Play with three metallic and pearl eye colours, and a glow-on tint to help your skin sparkle.
Source By: Internet