Lancome In Love Collection for Spring 2013


Lancome In Love Collection for Spring 2013

Blush In Love ($49.00)

  • Peche Joue-Joue (10) Peach
  • Pommettes D (20) Pink

Baume in Love ($25.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Rose In Love (100) Baby pink
  • Urban Ballet (110) Satin bright pink
  • Coral Electric (120) Bright orange
  • Midnight Rose (130) Lavender violet

Vernis in Love ($15.00)

  • Peach Melodie Orange
  • Rose Macaron Fuchsia
  • Sugar Rose Pink

Khol in Love ($25.50)

  • Deepwater Blue (401) Dark blue
  • Chocolate Affair (101) Brown
  • Jade Crush (501) Dark green

Color Design Infinite 24H ($24.50)

  • Boundless Blue Dark blue
  • Evermore Lilac Light violet
  • Persistent Peach Peachy pink
  • Tremendous Turquoise Bright blue

Availability: Now @ Nordstrom

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Lancome Moonlight Rose Illuminating Powder

Lancome Moonlight Rose Illuminating Powder ($42.00 for 0.18 oz.) is supposed to “give the skin a light-reflecting, luminous glow.” It’s a pale, warm-toned pink with a fine, frosted shimmer that sheers out easily when applied. If applied with a damp brush, it will take on a more metallic finish. Chantecaille Les Petales de Rose has a finer shimmer that turns to a sheen, so it is subtler on the skin; there’s also a slight golden tint that Lancome’s dosen’t have. Guerlain Cruel Gardenia is slightly warmer, but it’s incredibly similar. MAC Light Sunshine is less shimmery, paler.

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Lancome Moonlight Rose Illuminating Powder

Lancome Bienfait Multi-vital SPF 30 Sunscreen Cream Review

Lancome Bienfait Multi-vital SPF 30 Sunscreen Cream ($45.00 for 1.70 oz.) is supposed to have 24-hour hydration with a greaseless formula and contains SPF 30. For sun protection, the active ingredients are Avobenzone 3.0% (UVA I) Octisalate 5.0% (UVB), and Octocrylene 7.0% (UVB), so the formula does not protect against the UVA II portion of the spectrum.

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Lancome Bienfait Multi-vital SPF 30 Sunscreen Cream

Lancome Enduring Vert Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow

Lancome Enduring Vert Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow ($24.50 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “satin pastel green.” It’s a muted sea foam green with a frosted, metallic finish. I thought Chanel Riviere was a dupe, but it’s a lot softer and lighter. MAC Sweet & Sour is greener. Dior Garden Pastels is similar. Lancome Fashion Forward is lighter. Giorgio Armani Green Jacquard is greener, slightly darker.

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Lancome Enduring Vert Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow

Lancome Always Fuchsia Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow

Lancome Always Fuchsia Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow ($24.50 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “metallic pink plum.” It’s a pinky purple with a metallic finish. The amount of pink in this shade is what makes it less dupeable. MAC Butterfly Party is darker, more purple. NYX Violetta is darker. Shades like Urban Decay Fishnet is cooler-toned and more fuchsia.

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Lancome Always Fuchsia Infinite Luminous Eyeshadow