Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Le Metier de Beaute Holiday 2012 Collection

Regal and rich in jewel and earthy tones, Le Métier de Beauté unveils a ravishing, new limited edition Kaleidoscope Eye Kit: Bauhaus. Drawing inspiration from the Bauhaus movement that influenced famed runways of Caroline Herrera and Cynthia Rowley alike, the latest eye kaleidoscope combines chic metallics with vibrant chocolate and scarlet hues for a bold, wearable lid look. “Modernization is as feverishly popular as ever, and a little touch of Bauhaus never hurt anyone,” says Mikey Castillo, Director of Color for Le Métier de Beauté.

Bauhaus Eye Kaleidoscope ($95.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Axiom Sublime bronzed umber
  • Graphic Silver liquid metal
  • Crucible Rich pomegranate
  • Genre Deep gun metal

Customized nail color at your fingertips, this Holiday Le Métier de Beauté is unveiling two NEW nail polish transformers: Moon’s Glow and Tinsel Town. Adding a twist to every nail shade, paint these lacquered overlays* over any color to add a stunning twist on tips. Worn alone, the iridescent shades mix glimmering tones of gold, green and silver for an attention-grabbing, holographic effect. Infuse a shimmering, “play” on color and coat tips in the most versatile lacquers of the season!

A bold, new coat of perfection. The latest nail lacquers from Le Métier de Beauté shed light on the naughtiest neutrals of the holidays. Introducing Christmas Town and Dream Maker, two NEW vibrant polishes ringing in the brightest and best. Eye-catching shades of emerald, violet-navy make this color packed duo a must for the Winter-season.

Nail Lacquer ($18.00)

  • Moon’s Glow Golden gleam lacquered overlay
  • Tinsel Town Subtle shimmer lacquered overlay with crisp celadon undertones
  • Christmas Town Rich emerald
  • Dream Maker Vibrant violet with navy blue undertones

Availability: December 2012 at Neiman Marcus and select Saks and Nordstrom Stores

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11 thoughts on “Le Metier de Beaute Holiday 2012 Collection

  1. Dominique

    Very classy !

  2. That second nail polish looks like it could be interesting. And I definitely like the darkest green one.

  3. Yellowlantern

    Given the price of the rest of the line I’m surprised that their nail polish is only $18.

  4. helen

    I’m always so intrigued with this line when you write about it. Because it is no where to be found in Toronto (or Canada?), i will continue to enjoy the photos (my wallet is thankful).

    • Valerie

      They are available thru Zuneta if you want to order them.
      I used their service a couple time and it was surprisingly quick and shipping is only 5 pound

  5. Stacey

    Le Metier shadows have mineral oil in them and I was told not to buy shadows containing mineral oil…I dont remember why…but was told that a long time ago….

    • Mineral oil and over version derived from mineral oil are us in 90% of makeup removes.

      There is A LOT of miss information floating around and got spread about it which was sad.

    • Paige

      Thanks for letting us know that their shadows has mineral oil. I heard many good things about their eye shadows and I have been contemplating trying them out. It’s strange that they have mineral oil in the eye shadow. I never expect it to be there. Too bad I won’t be trying their shadows now. Despite the claim that mineral oil doesn’t clog pores, my past experience with any products containing mineral oil results in break outs (the breakouts gradually subsided once I stopped using these products). I even have to be selective with the makeup removers I use.

  6. blueraccoon

    The kaleidoscope looks interesting, but I’m always reluctant to shell out $95 for one. But the shades look more wearable than some others I’ve seen in LMdB palettes.

  7. Michelle

    I just got the eye kit from Neiman’s and it is absolutely gorgeous. Much deeper and richer than the promo photo would have you believe. The gold shades leans darker, bordering on bronze; the silver is stunning; the third shade is a beautiful metallic burgundy/Bordeaux; and the last shade a sultry pewter. So excited to play with this palette!