Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Sculptionary Cheek Contouring Palette ($32.00) (New, Permanent)

Versatile cheek sculpting compact with natural-looking shades that blend and build beautifully. Use each separately to color, contour, highlight, or swirl them together for a quick easy glow. Long-wearing and oil-free.

  • Defining Roses
  • Defining Nectars
  • Defining Berries
  • Defining Nudes

Chubby Stick Sculpting Highlight ($21.00) (New, Permanent)

Luminous cream highlighting stick with light-reflecting optics brings your best features forward. Long-wearing, oil-free.

  • Hefty Highlight

Chubby Stick Sculpting Contour ($21.00) (New, Permanent)

Creamy contouring stick creates the illusion of depth; makes areas appear to recede. Long-wearing, oil-free.

  • Curvy Contour

Availability: Now at CliniqueNeiman MarcusSaks

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Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

Clinique Spring 2015 Launches
Clinique Spring 2015 Launches

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The palettes look like they’d be a PITA to even bother with, but the colors are sooo pretty! I just don’t have the patience to worry about finding a brush small enough to grab each shade individually. If they were in separate pans, I’d consider buying & depotting, but that’s impossible with this type of presentation. I just picked up the Kevyn Aucoin duo, nand am seriously thinking about returning it for this reason-and I *despise* returning makeup!

I’m curious about the sticks, though; I just bought the Sonia Kashuk one, and I love the ease of it, but the color isn’t quite right, although I can make it work.

Since posting my previous comment, I’ve looked up swatches of the Clinique, and from what I can tell, it’s even “oranger” than the SK… I can get the SK to look “presentable” if I apply it *under* foundation, and really buff it out.

Lancome is doing a double-ended contour/highlight stick in 5 shades, so I think I’ll hold out for that! So far, it’s only available on one of the home-shopping channels, so I’ve only seen it on TV, but from what I can tell, the lightest one looks quite promising! Hopefully it turns up on counters, soon.

I just googled swatches for Clinique (I don’t know why I didn’t before), and you’re right. I’ll keep an eye out for the Lancome. Thanks for the info.

I like the blushes, but I can see the colors getting muddled together. The result from mixing would still be pretty, though.

Do my eye deceive me, or does the contour stick look cool and taupe? That would be so nice.

I have a highlighter chubby stick like this from Boots No. 7 range, and I really like it, so I’m curious to see how Clinique’s will compare!

I have always LOVED Clinique! For 23 years! These are very similar to a collection they did years ago.. They are exquisite! So underrated..

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