Saturday, June 16th, 2012


Laura Geller for Summer 2012

Laura Geller goes bold, bright, and light this summer with eye-popping makeup shades that will definitely steal the show. “I love switching up makeup colors as we enter a new season,” remarks NYC Makeup Artist, Laura Geller. “It’s a great way to inexpensively transform one’s entire look and experiment with shades that take you out of your safety zone.” Available at QVC.

Bright Lids, Big City Baked Collection ($39.00)

A collection of three Sugared Baked Pearl Eye Shadows in megawatt shades. Day or night, big-city shindig or impromptu brunch, light up your looks instantly with just a few sweeps of show-stopping color. Transforming your lids into light-catching, dazzling eyes has never been this electrifying.

  • Tribeca Blue Satiny electric cobalt
  • Upper East Side Purple Luxe metallic grape
  • Soho Pink Glimmering magenta

Bright Lips, Big City Collection ($36.00)

This collection captures the vibrant hues of the brightly lit New York City skyline at night in three luminous Lip Pops Waterproof Lip Glosses. Each show-stopping shade goes on creamy and leaves a natural-looking tint on lips.

  • Midtown Melon Juicy, electric melon
  • Nolita Pink Delicious pink
  • Broadway Berry Dazzling raspberry

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9 thoughts on “Laura Geller for Summer 2012

  1. TehTeh25

    this collection name reminds me of the Cee-Lo song LOL the colors are a bit MEH, for me =P

  2. First, I pictured all of these colours together and I saw a really wicked bruise and second, the depth and texture are all wrong for me for summer.  Personally, I would have gone lighter/brighter unless they swatch much lighter than what they look.

    • Avatar of Amy xamyx

      @wwendalynne I’ve never seen any of the products in person, but from what I’ve seen on the home shopping channel (forgot which one), these types of shadows go on sheer when dry, but are intense when wet. I definitely wouldn’t wear any of them together (let alone all three), but a wash on the lid, blended out with a soft neutral peach or beige. I personally like the colors by themselves, but I have similar shades already.

      •  @xamyx  I thought of you yesterday when I did my makeup because my new Sleek palette has a groovy peach shadow.. yup, and I wore it..  I had a very earthy dark green/medium brown eye going on and put the peach in lieu of my usual beige and I hated it until I laid a more purple burgandy over the brown.  There is something about a 100% warm earthy neutral eye that just doesn’t work on me and I think that is why I’ve strayed away from peach over the years.  Weird, huh? 

  3. Avatar of Amy xamyx

    While I love the eyeshadows, the glosses aren’t my thing. I wish she included a more “natural” shade.

    •  @xamyx I actually love the colours too :) and I have a couple of those MAC metal finish shadows in a similar blue and a red/purple.  I also use as a wash and go wet on the lid and then let it dry and dry above it to fade it out.  Super pretty and simple!  When I first looked at this ‘collection’,  I was viewing it as a whole vision and it threw me with the darkish colours and the weird combo on lip glosses.  It just didn’t say summer collection to me and I completely agree the addition of a natural shade would have made it much more cohesive in my mind.  

      • Avatar of Amy xamyx

        @wwendalynne With all this talk about the upcoming Fall collection, and the fact we’re experiencing *serious* “June Gloom” here in So Cal, I keep forgetting it’s not even Summer yet, LOL. I think a nice pinky nude gloss & a nice terra cotta or gold shadow would have rounded this collection out a little. I’ve been wanting to try her products for a while, and the shadows are tempting.

  4. I can’t wait to see swatches. I tend to like the baked eyeshadows from Laura Geller.

  5. freshpinklips

    Whoa, pricey for something Milani has for less.