Tuesday, May 24th, 2011


Elizabeth Arden Summer 2011 Collection: Bronze in Bloom

The temperature is heating up just like summer’s color trends – bright colors and bronze beauty! To help you get ready for the sultry days of summer, Elizabeth Arden is introducing our new Ceramide Ultra Lipstick and a new limited edition color collection – Bronze in Bloom!

Bronze in Bloom includes everything you need to create the perfect summer glow. Ranging from a lilac eyeshadow palette to a coral lip-gloss, the makeup palette includes:

  • Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder Our classic mineral bronzing powder includes microlight minerals, Mica, Sea Water Complex, Aloe and Vitamins A, C and E. Grind just what you need for pure bronze perfection.
  • Pure Finish Mineral Cheekcolor in Sun-Kissed Coral This freshly ground blush comes in a beautiful coral shade, perfect for a natural looking glow.
  • Color Intrigue Eyeshadow Quad in Golden Lilac and Blue Breeze These two quads include shadows ranging from dark blues to metallics and lilac hues for bright summer eyes.
  • Smoky Eyes Powder Pencil in Black Violet and Blue Sky These ultra-blendable and long-lasting liners give amazing definition to eyes and add an unexpected pop of color.
  • High Shine Lipgloss in Tropicoral This beautiful coral shade looks great on all skin tones and is the perfect

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19 thoughts on “Elizabeth Arden Summer 2011 Collection: Bronze in Bloom

  1. Mariella

    Like some of it quite a lot; would pass on other items but how WEIRD is that brush (I guess it’s the one for the bronzer)?

  2. that’s a really cool brush! i also see this one is joining the grinded powder trend. Does grinding eat up a lot of product?

    • julie

      it actually saves product because you only grind out what youre going to use and it reduces the chance of spilling :)

  3. Rosie

    Wow before opening this page, I was like eh I’ll look just to look. I actually really am interested in most of these products. That brush looks awesome might be great for contouring?!!! Hopefully not a flop! Christine will you be swatches these once the line is out?

    • Jasmine

      I have the mini brush from when I bought the big mineral powder brush, they are both fantastic but I do prefer the bigger one, but the nice thing about the little one is that it gets into tight corners and you can use it opened up to contour and apply color or highlight to the cheekbones.

  4. Rosie

    Wow before opening this page, I was like eh I’ll look just to look. I actually really am interested in most of these products. That brush looks awesome might be great for contouring?!!! Hopefully not a flop! Christine will you be swatching any thing from this line once it’s out?

  5. Eileen

    I guess the kabuki brush that opens up is the new coolest thing in brushes. Sam Chapman has one in her brush collection.

    • AnaA

      In this case the brush is a repromotion, I have one from this brand for two and a half years now. I got it from buying a face brush.

  6. AnaA

    I have a brush exactly like that one… I received it by buying another brush from Elizabeth Arden a couple of years ago. It’s quite good and very practical.

    • Chantal

      The was the first thing that caught my eye in these pictures. What a great idea for a portable compact! Well, so long as it actually works. Good to hear that you liked yours!

  7. Michelle A

    The brush is kinda cool. You could use it open for contouring.

  8. julie

    Christine I am soo happy to see these on here I am in love with this collection and have been using the bronzer and the lipgloss for every day for a couple of weeks now :) :)

  9. Rachael

    This is a pretty nice spread. I really love those lipsticks.

  10. What a beautiful collection.
    I have loved Elizabeth Arden since my teens…. many moons ago! :)
    Lovely.

  11. Sonia

    I liked Elizabeth Arden till I found out it’s made in China. This stuff is sold at Macy’s at a high price which makes it look like a luxe brand, but in reality it’s cheaply made. Pass.

  12. argile

    Hi
    Does anyone know where I can see swatches, and what’s the difference between these 2 Arden bronzers : Bronze In Bloom Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing VS Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder ? Because the name of the shades are different, and I’ll have to buy it on line… don’t want to like a giant carrot !
    Thanks folks !!