Monday, October 6th, 2008

Lancôme for Holiday 2008icon

  • Eye & Face Palette in Filigree, Avant Gold, Revealed, In-the-Know, and Guest List; Shimmer Mocha Havana and Cedar Rose Blush ($52.50)
  • Holiday Eye Palette in Pampered and Privileged / Starlette and Stunning ($45.00)
  • Juicy Tubes Holiday Set ($39.50)
  • Travel Brush Set (Face) ($55.00)
  • Travel Brush Set (Basic) ($55.00)

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15 thoughts on “Lancome for Holiday 2008 Palettes and Sets

  1. Thalia

    I can’t help but noticed how their first brush set is so similar to MACs.

  2. The compacts look gorgeous with the beading, and the bags with the brushes look very nice. I was happy with the red from MAC, but these just looks more refined?

    I think what draws my attention the most though, is the juicy tube set. That’s a great way to get into them.

  3. Ruth

    For sure I’ll pick up the juicy tubes, I do every year.

  4. Chica

    They’re gorgeous but every time I’ve bought a Lancome product (bar juicy tubes) I’ve been seriously disappointed in the quality. So…beautiful packaging but I won’t be indulging, I need all my cash for the MAC holiday collection anyway 😉

  5. lisa

    Does anyone know how soft or good are lancome brushes compared to mac?

  6. Oh wow that warm neutral quad (in red packaging) looks so gorgeous! I’m trying to limit myself to only a few pretty neutral palettes this holiday season, but I’m already torn between the Chanel one you posted on earlier and this one from Lancome.

    I kind of wish I was more into Juicy Tubes, because that little set is adorable, but for some reason I’m just not a huge fan. Then again, I’m more of a lipstick person than a gloss person. But it would make an amazing gift!

    • I haven’t spotted these in person yet, so I can’t weigh in on how they actually feel and swatch. I’ve only tried one Juicy Tube, I think, LOL. I tend to prefer wands over tubes for gloss myself!

  7. McKenzie

    The Lancome face brushes are so soft!!

    they just feel very soft and lightweight, I think it’s a steal!