As speculated in my review, the new duos (which I’m still waiting to get official word on re: release date for in-stores, how long they’ll be available for, etc.) are definitely reincarnations of the trios from In the Groove. Five of the six duos correspond with a trio, while one duo requires taking a shade from two different trios to match–but for the most part, they are all quite similar. All swatches are applied wet (using water to dampen).
Kenzo introduces two limited edition scents for summer.
L’Eau Par Kenzo Wild Pour Femme ($55.00)
An energetic, sparkling, fresh fragrance. Tangerine and white peach fuse, then unfurl around jasmine petals. A wild, airy, festive fragrance.
L’Eau Par Kenzo Wild Pour Homme ($55.00)
A fresh fragrance with spicy woody notes: vibrant coriander leaves combine with the luminous energy of mint and the elegance of cedar. A new, fresh sparkling scent with a spontaneous and rebellious approach.
With makeup, it’s an escape – it’s pretty, fun, and drama-free (well, it’s supposed to be!), so I like a product that impresses me on all fronts. With more affordable brands, sometimes packaging or textures are a little less refined. At the end of the day, I reach for the best products I own, whether they were $2 or $40.