Givenchy New Impressions Collection for Spring 2010/Summer 2010

Givenchy New Impressions

Givenchy New Impressions Collection for Spring 2010/Summer 2010

For Spring/Summer, Givenchy launches New Impressions, designed by Nicolas Degennes.

Printed Lips

  • Pink Impresion
  • Rose Impression

Pop Gloss Crystal

  • Coral Impression

Gloss Interdit

  • Magenta Impression

Rouge Interdit

  • Rose Impression

Rouge Interdit Shine

  • Coral Impression

Le Prisme Blush

  • Inspiration Rose
  • Vintage Pink
  • Aficionada Peach
  • It-girl Purple
  • In Vogue Orange
  • Fashionista Brown

Phenomen-Eyes Effet Extension

  • Purple Impression

Parad’eyes Liner

  • Mauve Impression
  • Nude Impression

Vernis Please

  • Purple Impression

Availability: January/February 2010

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Givenchy Le Prisme Yeux Mono Collection for Spring 2010

Givenchy Le Prisme Yeux Mono

Givenchy Le Prisme Yeux Mono Collection for Spring 2010

In January, Givenchy will release sixteen shades of single eyeshadows with four distinct squares that differ just slightly from each other.

  • 01 Showy Black
  • 02 New Look Mauve
  • 03 Hip Grey
  • 04 Must-Have Blue
  • 05 Stylish Green
  • 06 Chic Coral
  • 07 Fashion Pink
  • 08 Fancy Coffee
  • 09 Modish Brown
  • 10 Smart Nude
  • 11 Dressy Indigo
  • 12 Casual Khaki
  • 13 Trendy Plum
  • 14 Elegant Taupe
  • 15 Couture Beige
  • 16 Signature White

Availability: January 2010

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Givenchy Phenomen’Eyes Effet Extension in Extension Blue Review, Photos, Comparison Shots

On my lashes, the color itself is minimal–if you have lighter or blonder lashes, I imagine the blue will be more pronounced. To get more color pay off, I do recommend trying it with a fleshy-colored lash primer (most lash primers are white–my favorite is Lancome’s Oscillation Primer). Aside from the color, I was incredibly impressed by the superior length I achieved with a few coats of this mascara. My lashes looked longer, just a smidgen thicker (but I wouldn’t call this mascara thickening), and it kept my lashes pretty separated.

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Givenchy Gloss Poetique Lip Gloss in Poetique Rose

The product does everything it is supposed to do: truly enhances your natural lip color to a slightly flushed, just-kissed glossy pucker. It’s not sticky in the least bit, and it feels a bit like a lip jelly than a lip balm. It is also incredibly hydrating on lips and keeps them feeling soft and smooth for hours. The product itself doesn’t actually tint your lips like a lip stain, but it does seem to bring out the natural hues in your lips.

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Givenchy Gloss Poetique

Givenchy Poetique Blues Prismissime Eyes

This is one of the more pigmented Givenchy palettes I’ve played with, so I’m happy to see they increased the pigmentation level in the latest limited edition palettes. There’s also a good assortment of shades, though two of them are close to another two within the palette, so that’s a bit of a downer. If you’re not a fan of shimmers and frost finishes, you’re not going to like this palette (or most other Givenchy palettes for that matter).

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Givenchy Gloss Interdit Ultra-Shiny Color Plumping Effect for Full, Glossy Lips

The gloss does lightly plump up lips, but there is no noticeable burn/tingle that is often associated with lip plumping products.  (Trust me, I am no fan of that lip plumping tingle.)  It’s a medium-thick, non-sticky gloss that can be semi-sheer to more opaque, depending on the shade chosen.  Glamorous Fuchsia and Lilac Confession both had good pigmentation, while Velvet Purple was most certainly noticeable, it still appeared as more of a sheer gloss.  Capricious Pink had the least color pay off of the four, but that is the nature of lighter lip glosses.

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