Le Metier de Beaute Eye Kaleidoscopes for Summer 2015

Le Metier de Beaute London Eye Kaleidoscope
Le Metier de Beaute London Eye Kaleidoscope

The enduring Le Métier de Beaué and Ken Downing relationship has yet again created an exquisite kaleidoscope collection. Distilled from the trends, tones and textures presented at the Fall 15 fashion week shows in London and Paris, each collection includes four limited-edition and specially curated eye shadows, with whimsical illustrations depicting iconic images of each city on each kaleidoscope. Shades can be worn alone or blended together for an incomparable result.

Eye Kaleidoscope ($125.00) (Limited Edition)

  • London Faded Foxglove, Naughty Nottingham, Penny Lane, Burnt Orchid
  • Paris Violet Femme, Champagne Elysees, Eiffel Power, Cunning Carine

Availability: Exclusively at Neiman Marcus

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Le Metier de Beautey London Eye Kaleidoscope
Le Metier de Beaute London Eye Kaleidoscope

Le Metier de Beautey London Eye Kaleidoscope
Le Metier de Beaute London Eye Kaleidoscope

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OMG I love London, it’s one of my favourite cities in the world so I’d want to get that palette just because… but it’s so orange 🙁

Ahhh man. That’s a big price tag but the packaging is adorable. I’ll need to see a review of the London one I think before making a decision. Though the Parisian one seems more unique and less dupable

I am glad for this review for one reason: the exorbitant price for these palettes makes me feel a bit less guilty about splurging on the new By Terry palettes. They’re a bargain by comparison!

I would love to own one of these IF all of the shadows hit it out of the park. But, holy cow, I thought $95 was ridiculous. Why the increase? $125 for 4 Shdows! Ouch!

Christine, this is a little off-topic, but have you ever considered programming your site so that we can zoom in on swatches when we mouse over? Don’t know if that’s even possible. lol

London looks lovely, if a bit warm, but I rarely find that Le Metier’s promo images match up to the actual colors of the products. As someone who is used to buying luxury cosmetics, the price is steep even for me. I probably won’t purchase these unless I see them in person and they’re 100% perfect in pigmentation and texture–that’s hardly been the case with Le Metier lately, though.

Oh, I’m such a sucker for these themes. I love that the colours are inspired by Paris and London!

The price increase for what amounts to some drawings on the top when it’s already ridiculously expensive burns. When you drop $95 on four eyeshadows, you can probably handle $125, but I don’t care for how high that increase is, and I’m not certain it isn’t just a new price because SO many of the ones available are $125 (I think only two are left at $95), though I hope that’s not the case.

Unless this stuff is made of finely milled gold or pearls or fairy dust, $125. is thoroughly ridiculous for just 4 eyeshadows!!! And going by the Obsidian one, they’re not all that great either!

Am I the only one who finds the design of the cover, ugly? I love LMdB eye shadows, but think they hit their heads with something.. I mean, are they really chargimg THAT much?

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