Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

La Prairie Midnight Blues Collection for Fall 2010

From morning to midnight, La Prairie has your colour needs covered, with sensual shades for the eyes, cheeks and lips that conjure visions of Paris nightlife, off the beaten path cabarets and all that jazz. It’s about understated sexiness, in the form of berry and plum lips, warm cheeks and a sultry, smoky eye in unexpected colour combinations of blues and violets.

Says noted New York City makeup artist, founder of Cheek to Chic makeup consultancy and La Prairie Colour Ambassador Raychel Wade, “Fall is a time when women reach for rich makeup colours, and “Midnight Blues” delivers just that! Using deep blues and cool pinks is a great way to accentuate and enhance your natural look, and this colour palette provides endless possibilities to create just the right amount of drama, so people notice you and not just your makeup!”

“Our customers crave a bit of sensuality in colour, along with science in skincare, so we work tirelessly to deliver both. Our “Midnight Blues” collection weaves together a beautiful story of sultry nights that is sure to strike a chord with women,” says La Prairie President Lynne Florio.

Cellular Treatment Eye Colour Ensemble ($70.00) (New & Limited Edition)

  • Midnight Blues A quad of slate blue, midnight navy, violet grey and lilac along with a black powder eye liner shade

Luxe Eye Definer ($50.00) (New & Limited Edition)

A wood pencil with a hybrid Kohl formula that feels soft and smooth, ideal for lining both inside the lid and outside. The dual-ended pencil has waterproof colour on one end and a smudge tip on the other and comes with a pencil sharpener for ultra convenience.

  • Midnight Violet
  • Midnight Blue
  • Midnight Noir

Cellular Treatment Powder Blush ($55.00)

  • Plum

Cellular Luxe Lip Colour ($55.00)

  • Quiet Berry Cinnamon
  • Midnight Rose Bold, vibrant blue-toned rose
  • Midnight Plum Raisin plum
  • Evening Nude Warm, shimmering nude
  • Twilight Blush Universally flattering, everyday pink

Luxe Lip Definer ($50.00) (New & Limited Edition)

  • Cocoa Spice Warm, spicy nude
  • Twilight Fig Muted plum
  • Evening Rose Vibrant rose

Availability: August 2010 at Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and

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14 thoughts on “La Prairie Midnight Blues Collection for Fall 2010

  1. Jenn

    $55 plus dollars!? What a freaking turn off. The packaging doesn’t look that great either. This will surely be a miss for me!

  2. The lipsticks look interesting.

  3. alex

    Looks nice, but is sooo expensive :(
    unfortunately this is not for me.

  4. An eyepencil for $50? I don’t think so! :O

  5. Why are all of their products so expensive? I thought price went up with demand, but who would pay almost sixty dollars for one lipstick?!

  6. Serene

    While I love their skincare, I am not sure about their makeup. Why are they calling their makeup cellular treatment? Do their makeup have any skincare properties?

  7. Hilana

    WOW. Only for the rich and famous. However, even if I had the money I would rather go get some MAC. Yes. Me thinks. :)

  8. Dianna

    Expensive lip & face stuff I understand… I can even get behind luxury eyeshadow… but what could a $50 eye liner do for me? Have you tried these, Christine? What makes them worth the $50 price tag?

  9. Brooke T

    $50 for an eyeliner?!?!??! jeez i thought urban decay liner was expensive 😛