YSL Golden Red (37) Golden Gloss

YSL Golden Red (37) Golden Gloss ($30.00 for 0.20 oz.) is a near-opaque holiday red with gold shimmer and a high gloss finish. It has a orange base but doesn’t pull to fiery on me at all. I love that despite the opaqueness of the color, it doesn’t bleed at all.

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YSL Spring 2011 Makeup Collection


YSL Spring 2011 Makeup Collection

Do not be fooled by appearances. Look for the fire beneath the ice. She hides her wild bohemian side behind a mask of innocence. Delicateness of a bare shoulder. Seduction embodied by her every move. Pink worn next to the skin: carnal pink, passion pink, excitement pink. A touch of powder. Fluttering eyelashes. Stolen kisses. Artist of her own beauty, she is an Yves Saint Laurent woman. The color caresses her bare skin and illuminates her porcelain complexion: her cheekbones intensely flushed. Her lips kissed with in a vibrant pink petal. The intensity of her piercing eyes, heightened with graphic inky blues. Exquisite shades of shadow and light.

“After a rock and baroque themed winter, spring is back with a burst of fresh roses to flush the cheeks while enhancing the complexion with a seemingly innocent purity. Sensual full lips in bright pink or coral light up the face. A bold touch of eyeliner completes the look.” — Lloyd Simmonds

Palette Celebration ($65.00) (Limited Edition)

A versatile complexion highlighter and the ultimate beauty enhancer, Palette Celebration imparts a new radiance to the face for flawless skin. The powder peach shade diffuses light, producing a delicately satin-smooth glow that is 100% Couture. Suitable for all complexions, apply it to the face, eyes, on the neckline and shoulders, any time.

Creme de Blush ($38.00) (New)

An irresistible product, easy to apply with an instinctive and sensual motion: just smile to bring out the contours of the cheekbones, then apply Crème de Blush gently with your fingertips. On contact with the skin, the creamy texture turns into a light powdery film. Velvety soft, light and airy, its exceptionally smooth texture blends perfectly and the color adapts like a “second skin”.

  • N° 1 – Velvety Peach
  • N° 2 – Powdery Rose
  • N° 3 – Silky Praline
  • N° 5 – Temptation Fuchsia
  • N° 6 – Passion Red

Mascara Singulier ($30.00) (New)

  • N° 6 – Deep Plum

Ombre Solo ($30.00) (New)

  • N° 15 – Gold Leaf
  • N° 16 – Topaz Blue

Golden Gloss ($30.00) (New)

  • N° 40 – Golden Impertinence
  • N° 41 – Golden Insolence
  • N° 42 – Golden Obsession
  • N° 43 – Golden Irreverence

Availability: February 2011

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Black Eyeliner Comparisons

Are there shades of black? Indeed there are! Not every black eyeliner is the same. There are soft blacks, medium blacks, and deep blacks (and of course, variations within those categories). To try and make some sense of it all, I’m going to assign numerical ratings based on how black each liner is, with 10 being deep, dark black, 1 meaning so light that it’s almost no longer black, and 5 meaning a medium black.

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YSL Metallic Colorama Holiday 2010 Collection


YSL Metallic Colorama Holiday 2010 Collection

Metallic Colorama Palette ($65.00) (Limited Edition)

A shimmering, pink champagne powder for the face and décolletage.

Ombres Duolumieres ($41.00) (Limited Edition)

  • No. 33 Silver grey/golden plum

Golden Gloss ($30.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Golden Carat Gold
  • Golden Chocolate Bronze
  • Golden Red Beige

Rouge Pur Shine ($30.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Rose Metallique Soft rose
  • Or Metallique Gold

La Laque (Limited Edition)

  • Gold (139)
  • Bronze (140)
  • Silver (141)

Touche d’Or ($40.00) (Limited Edition)

Taking inspiration from the YSL Metallic Colorama Collection, this highlighter is like liquid gold for the face. Offering a lovely, overall illuminating effect for the complexion, Touche D’Or looks lovely by day and seductive by night.

Availability: October 2010

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