When one thinks of a ballerina, you can’t avoid pink, or so we believed.
LancÃ´me’s spring 2014 collection, French Ballerine, is more about orchid and lilac and a deep, nontraditional ballet pin. It is also about rose tones, and an ode to innocence andÂ LancÃ´me’s latest ambassador, Lily Collins (actress for The Blind Side, Abduction, and Mirror Mirror). Two simple words to describe Ms. Collins would be delicate and feminine.
LancÃ´me definitely picked a good role model for the French Ballerine collection, and the entire color palette is darkly rosy, with fresh hints of lilac and peony.
Jolie Rosalie Nail Lacquer. Photo Credit: Lancome
Gloss in Love lip gloss ($27) comes
They say that a young manâ€™s fancy turns to thoughts of love in the spring. But for LancÃ´me it is the summer. Especially when the gorgeous Emma Watson is involved. The French beauty giant has just launched Gloss In Love, the newest lipcolor addition to its In Love Collection, and Emma is the spokesperson
First there was Rounge in Love, a lipstick with radiant lip colors that are categorized by mood: Jolis Matin, Boudoir Time, Tonight is My Night. Like itâ€™s fuller coverage sister, Gloss in Love (ARV $27) offers staying power of six hours.
But unlike most lip glosses, this one offers lasting, moisturizing, saturated, glossy color in 18 shades, with names as charming as
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Forget about wearing your heart on your sleeve; thanks to LancÃ´me, you can now wear your mood on your lips. The French beauty giant has just introduced Rouge In Love ($25) a collection of radiant, mood-inspired lipsticks that promise up to six hours of wear.
LancÃ´me positions this lipstick as a “wardrobe of color” for your lips, which promises featherlight texture and high potency color. The entire experience, from the outer silver foil packaging to the sleek full-sized bullet, is a journey in luxury. Another example of its attention to detail is the stocking-inspired red stitching accents on the back of the bullet.
Rouge In Love is categorized by three different “moods,” which