Clinique Spring 2011: Pretty in Pinks Collection / Milly for Clinique

Clinique Spring 2010 Makeup Collection
Clinique Spring 2011 Makeup Collection

Clinique Spring 2011: Pretty in Pinks Collection / Milly for Clinique

Michelle Smith, renowned designer of the women’s fashion and accessories label, Milly, brings her sparkling and sophisticated style to Clinique’s newest spring collection – Pretty in Prints. Michelle has teamed up with Clinique to create a limited-edition makeup palette of essential eye, cheek and lip colours for Spring 2011.

Exclusive to Clinique, the collection mixes rich browns with sweet pinks and is packaged in a sleek silver compact, adorned with a one-of-a-kind Milly print. The limited-edition Pretty in Prints compact is enclosed in a pouch designed by Michelle to showcase her signature Milly aesthetic.

Milly for Clinique Pretty In Prints Compact ($36.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Colour Surge Eye Shadow Quad in Printed Pinks and Blushing Blush in Precious Posy, all stylishly organised in a compact adorned with the Milly print.

Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 ($14.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Milly Pink Warm-toned melon shade

High Impact Mascara ($14.50)

Bring your eyelashes out of hiding this spring! High Impact Mascara delivers dramatic volume and length, fast.

Availability: All Clinique counters and clinique.com in February 2011

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Did a side0by-side comparison of the two collections (at least the pictures) and they are very similar (the same tones). The blush in Pretty in Pinks is more corral, while the blush in Strawberry Fudge was more mauve. As far as the eyeshadows, they all look the same in the pictures, but you can tell there are some tonal hue difference. Pretty in Pink has an additional (4th) eyeshadow (the pale bone-colored eyeshadow/highlight).
http://www.temptalia.com/clinique-strawberry-fudge-collection-for-holiday-2010

Not the same, I promise! Precious Posy is a vibrant coral blush while New Clover is a blah mauve. The eyes are quite different as well (a light peachy shade, a bronze, a beige, and a chocolate. the gloss is more opaque and more coral than “airkiss”, but not as vibrant as “guava gold”.

Bought the palette immediately for its blush, excellent colour. The eyeshadows are great too. Lip gloss is so appropriate for spring! In general, just couldn’t resist to any of the two!!! Besides, it’s Spring!!!!

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