Tom Ford Beauty Launches Cosmetics

Tom Ford Beauty Launches Cosmetics

For a limited time, Neiman Marcus will be the exclusive online retailer for Tom Ford’s cosmetics line and is currently available for pre-sale on and until November 1st. Starting in November, product will be sold in select Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman stores.

Eye Color Quad ($78.00)

The centerpiece of the Tom Ford color collection. Each Eye Color Quad is designed with four opulent complementing shades that achieve multiple looks, from a bold, smoky eye, to a sultry slash of color and everything in between. Formulated with advanced color processes, the four luxurious finishes—sheer sparkle, satin, shimmer and matte—offer a spectrum of intensity and effects and deliver incredible shade fidelity and outstanding adhesion. Two custom applicators included.

  • Titanium Smoke
  • Violet Dusk
  • Sahara Haze
  • Cobalt Rush
  • Burnished Amber
  • Silvered Topaz
  • Crushed Amethyst
  • Cocoa Mirage
  • Cognac Sable
  • Golden Mink

Eye Defining Pencil ($35.00)

Create Tom Ford’s signature alluring, smoky eye look with this intense, kohl-effect pencil. It combines innovative technology with rich color pigments and glides on skin for an ultra-fluid application. Use outside and inside the lid for an instant sensual and sultry effect. Includes custom sharpener.

  • Midnight
  • Bruise
  • Metallic Moss
  • Metallic Mink
  • Onyx
  • Espresso

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Extreme Mascara ($42.00)

Tom Ford’s luscious, deep black mascara magnifies the eyes and intensifies your look. The combination of darkest black carbon and lash-filling powders works to transform lashes with optimal glamour and drama. A creamy formula that lasts throughout the day without caking, clumping or crumbling.

  • Raven

Noir Absolute for Eyes ($35.00)

Tom Ford’s dramatic eye accessory: a black gel formula that sweeps over the entire lid for a smoldering eye or can be used to fluidly and boldly line the lid. Its highly enriched, blackened pigment is infused with a unique spark of blue optics that catch the light and brighten the eyes for an extremely dimensional effect.

Brow Sculptor ($42.00)

To Tom Ford, the eyebrows are one of the most important elements of the face. A perfectly groomed and shaped brow is the most powerful noninvasive way to define and enhance your features. The unique calligraphy tip allows a tailor-made stroke, from thin to wide. Remove the opposite-end cap to uncover the grooming brush; twist the cap counterclockwise to reveal the sharpener.

  • Blonde
  • Taupe
  • Chestnut
  • Espresso

Lip Color ($48.00)

To Tom Ford, there is no more dramatic accessory than a perfect lip. It is the focus of the face and it has the power to define a woman’s whole look. Each Lip Color is Tom Ford’s modern ideal of an essential makeup shade. Rare and exotic ingredients including soja seed extract, Brazilian murumuru butter and chamomile flower oil create an ultra-creamy texture with an incredibly smooth application. Specially treated color pigments are blended to deliver pure color with just the right balance of luminosity.

  • Black Orchid
  • Violet Fatale
  • Crimson Noir
  • Scarlet Rouge
  • Cherry Lush
  • Wild Ginger
  • True Coral
  • Flamingo
  • Deep Mink
  • Coco Ravish
  • Casablanca
  • Indian Rose
  • Pink Dusk
  • Pink Adobe
  • Spanish Pink
  • Sable Smoke
  • Blush Nude
  • Nude Vanille

Ultra Shine Lip Gloss ($45.00)

A high-shine, color-saturated gloss designed to achieve bold and glamorous lips. Its smooth and creamy texture has high adherence and easy comfort. It can be worn alone or layered over Tom Ford Lip Color to add dimension to the lips.

  • Tawny Pink
  • Wet Violet
  • Lost Cherry
  • Peach Absolute
  • Sugar Pink
  • Love Bruise
  • Pink Guilt
  • Sahara Pink
  • Rose Crush
  • Naked

Lip Lacquer Vinyl ($30.00)

Tom Ford’s opulent lip accessory: a clear gloss that lacquers lips with precious pulverized pearls, creating a reflective shine and a lavishly soft feel. Use on bare lips for a polished, sophisticated look or layer over Tom Ford Lip Color for a deeply sultry sheen.

Traceless Foundation SPF15 ($78.00)

This unique, 3-in-1 foundation delivers a balanced complexion that glows with vitality and radiance. Extremely lightweight and luminous, it includes the skin-nourishing Tom Ford Infusing Complex to help protect skin and promote its vibrancy from within. Micronized pigments deliver seamless and undetectable coverage that is easy to build up or sheer down. SPF 15 protects skin from sun damage.

The Tom Ford Infusing Complex infuses skin with a potent combination of specially selected nutrients that help skin stimulate its natural repair mechanisms. By helping skin cells replenish their natural energy, it fundamentally rejuvenates the complexion, so it looks and feels brighter, fresher, and less tired. High-performing antioxidants help protect the skin, creating a vital-looking face. The skin is left looking renewed, resilient, and smoother.

  • Alabaster
  • Dune
  • Fawn
  • Bisque
  • Natural
  • Sable
  • Tawny
  • Caramel
  • Toffee
  • Praline
  • Warm Almond
  • Chestnut

Traceless Foundation Stick ($78.00)

An essential tool in Tom Ford’s makeup regimen. Rich in hydrants, this foundation stick’s unique cream formula creates a flawless and smooth finish. Portable and precise, it achieves versatility of sheer, medium, or full coverage—always beautifully natural and undetectable. Or, when used as a concealer, it swiftly diminishes imperfections.

  • Alabaster
  • Dune
  • Fawn
  • Bisque
  • Natural
  • Sable
  • Tawny
  • Caramel
  • Toffee
  • Praline
  • Warm Almond
  • Chestnut

Translucent Finishing Powder ($75.00)

Set your sultry, glamorous Tom Ford look with this aero-light formula, made with superfine powders that individually adhere to the skin. It perfectly sets makeup with a sheer, shine-free finish that lasts all day. It disperses light to create a soft blur effect over the face, helping to diminish imperfections. Custom applicator brush included.

Alabaster Nude

  • Ivory Fawn
  • Sahara Dusk
  • Sable Voile

Illuminating Powder Translucent ($75.00)

Diffuse imperfections and create radiant skin with this weightless and undetectable, micro-fine powder. Formulated with specially coated pigments, it creates a diaphanous veil of light on the face to achieve a silky, smooth-looking surface. Its ultra-gliding texture blends like a fluid on the skin, moisturizing and redefining the complexion to ensure a natural, even and luminous finish. Custom applicator brush included.

Cheek Color ($55.00)

Symmetrical, sculpted cheekbones are vital to creating the Tom Ford look. This sumptuous powder blush delivers layers of possibility, from a sultry glow to a more dramatic, color-rich look. Formulated with spherical pearls and rich emollients, it glides onto skin with the comfort of a cream, achieving outstanding luminosity and a velvety transparency.

  • Wicked
  • Ravish
  • Savage
  • Flush
  • Frantic Pink
  • Love Lust

Shade & Illuminte ($75.00)

From Tom Ford’s point of view, the first step to beauty is understanding the architecture of your face and bringing balance and symmetry to your features. This duet of highlighting and shading creams is designed to make sculpting and contouring the face remarkably simple. The super-sheer, light shade can be used to draw light onto the skin to brighten and lift the face. The dark shade defines and contours bones while staying invisible to the naked eye.

  • Intensity One
  • Intensity Two

Illuminating Highlight Pen ($52.00)

Tom Ford believes in balance and symmetry. The Illuminating Highlight Pen allows you to enhance, contour or diminish your features to create the appearance of symmetry. The range includes eight highly micronized shades: four tones that catch the light and bring focus to the cheekbones and eyes to create balance and symmetry and four tones that act as skin-priming concealers to diminish flaws and shadows. All eight tones work to soften and diffuse light for a smooth and undetectable finish.

  • Sable Intense
  • Amber Eclat
  • Dusk Bisque
  • Bronze
  • Naked Bisque
  • Lavender Voile
  • Peach Blush
  • Citrine

Nail Lacquer ($30.00)

To Tom Ford, every detail counts. This extra-amplified, gloss and shine nail lacquer, in a wardrobe of shades from alluring brights to chic neutrals, lets you express your mood and complete your look. Its groundbreaking, high-performance formula with bendable coating delivers high coverage and shine while staying color true throughout wear.

  • Bitter Bitch
  • Carnal Red
  • Bordeaux Lust
  • Smoke Red
  • Scarlet Chinois
  • Coral Flame
  • Ginger Fire
  • Viper
  • Plum Noir
  • African Violet
  • Fever Pink
  • Indian Pink
  • Pink Crush
  • Mink Brulee
  • Toasted Sugar
  • Naked

Eye Shadow Blend Brush ($55.00)

Create perfect shade gradation with the Tom Ford Eye Shadow Blend brush. Made with natural hair, it effortlessly softens and blurs any harsh color lines. Essential for blending the different eye shadow formulas in the Tom Ford Eye Color Quad. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Bronzer Brush ($110.00)

Disperse powder evenly all over the face with this luxuriously soft and smooth brush made with natural hair. Designed to pick up the optimal amount of product to achieve gorgeous and radiant skin. It can also be used as an all-over-face blending tool to smooth lines and create a seamless look after makeup is applied. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Lip Brush ($45.00)

Apply Lip Color with ease and absolute precision. Developed with synthetic hair, this brush allows you to expertly modify or enhance the shape of the mouth for a smooth, finished look. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Cheek Brush ($75.00)

Achieve concise and effortless cheek color application with this ultra-soft brush developed with natural hair. It allows complete versatility: layer color to desired intensity or sheer it down to transparency. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Smoky Eye Brush ($50.00)

Achieve the Tom Ford signature look with this unique brush. Designed specifically to achieve a beautifully dramatic, smoky eye, it is an essential tool within a woman’s brush portfolio. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Eyeliner & Definer Brush ($50.00)

Line and define the eye with perfection with the Tom Ford Eyeliner and Definer brush, made with natural hair. Designed to ensure an absolute precise line, it may be used with powder eye shadow and/or Tom Ford’s Noir Absolute. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Eye Shadow Contour Brush ($55.00)

The Tom Ford Eye Shadow Contour Brush, developed with natural hair, ensures a flawless crease and corner eye shadow application. A perfect companion for the Tom Ford Eye Color Quads. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Shade & Illuminate Brush ($70.00)

Sculpt and contour the face with precision using this brush designed as the companion to the Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate compact. Developed with synthetic hair, it helps to highlight or shade the face to achieve symmetry without creating streaks or unnatural lines. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Cream Foundation Brush ($70.00)

Custom designed and developed with natural hair to be the perfect partner for the Tom Ford Traceless Foundation Stick, this brush flawlessly blends the product’s creamy texture onto skin with a seamless look and delivers the right amount of product where needed. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Foundation Brush ($70.00)

Create a flawless canvas with this synthetic hair brush. Designed as the perfect companion to the Tom Ford Traceless Foundation SPF15, it easily smoothes and blends liquid foundation onto skin to create an even, seamless complexion without streaking. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Eye Shadow Brush ($55.00)

The Tom Ford Eye Shadow Brush was designed to craft a softer, allover eye effect. Developed with natural hair, it picks up color with ease and glides it effortlessly onto the skin. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance.

Shadow/Concealer Brush ($60.00)

Effortlessly apply cream eye color or concealer with the Tom Ford Shadow/Concealer brush, developed with synthetic hair to expertly glide product onto skin with a seamless look. Handle is designed for true comfort and balance

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I’m liking the whole line a lot better than just the initial lipstick release (now it isn’t looking so much “masculine” as 70’s-modern-fusion). I still the think promo image is a little creepy… maybe too ‘shopped. But overall it does look promising and I’m pleasantly surprised!

yeesh. expensive much? >.<

i like the packaging of the products – i recall reading comments on previous posts by commenters who thought the packaging was maybe too masculine, but i like the clean lines and simplicity of it.

the products are craaazy expensive, though! i'll be interested to see reviews and commentary on how these products perform.

Without seeing an ingredients list for the face products (to rule out silicones – ha! – everything has silicones now…*sigh*) I probably wouldn’t be getting much. But that black orchid lipstick must be mine!

I’m interested in seeing reviews for this line. Is there a way to “encourage” companies to send Christine samples? I’d be more willing to splurge with her positive review.

There is NO WAY I’m paying $79 for an eye quad and $48 for a lipstick… these prices are ridicoulously insanely high!! The packaging looks pretty and the color range is good too, but dang it I will NEVER EVER buy this stuff – I REFUSE to pay so much money on beauty stuff.

I’m with you on this. Just to be honest, I can afford to pay whatever price is asked but this is just ludicrous and I refuse to go along with it. It’s plain greed, as far as I’m concerned. I feel he’s making fools of women who would go along with it. To add to it, I don’t know if you’ve seen some of his past fragrance ads but they are pornographic and degrading to women. In one, a woman is shown nude with her legs split open wide and a bottle of his fragrance covering her private area. Not cool. Just plain disrespectful, degrading and insulting to women. I know he likes shock value but enough is enough. He won’t be getting any money from this cosmetic junkie on principle.

Oh wow I didn’t know he’s disrespectful to women, that makes me so mad!! I do agree with you, it’s just ludicrous amd even if quality is amazing, I still refuse to pay so much for his stuff. I prefer to stick to MAC – and honestly, compared to these ones MAC prices look so super cheap lol. MAC RULES!

I don’t think it’s the nudity that bothers rather than selling inferior product on womens’ bodies. There’s an appropriate and tasteful way to use nudity – Tom Ford does not know what that is. It’s just uncreative.

One point, though: I personally was so appalled at the price that I did some math with the old calculator, and what I found was that, at least as far as the shadows are concerned, we are getting approximately twice what we do when we purchase Chanel or MAC. His price per gram is the same but when we buy this we are getting two times the amount. That made me feel better, sort of.

The packaging reminds me of Kevin Aucoin’s.

Can’t say I’m too excited for this unless I hear any spectacular reviews. The luxury makeup market is a little too saturated at this point, and there are already a lot of mid-point brands (such as Illamasqua) providing excellent products for better prices.

I have several of their lipsticks and while they are super emollient and feel wonderful on the lips I found the wear time very very poor. I tried applying with a lip brush, straight out of the tube and with my finger and wear time was the same. The eye palettes look GAWGEOUS but the colors could probably be duped with MAC but the texture & application of these is probably quite superior to MAC. The fragrances are to die for. I had purchased the Neroli parfum in the industrial size and was heartbroken at the wear time. Max wear time was maybe 4 hours, no joke. Rep at Neimans for TF said that it is a very common complaint about the fragrance and the reason was because TF uses “natural ingredients.” WTH!!! That answer made no sense to me but SA suggested layering with TF Neroli body oil to make scent last. Great upselling there! I returned the fragrance.


Just FYI, based on my experience with the Neroli scent is that it doesn’t wear very well (it was one of my complaints), but other Private Blend scents (Oud Wood, Noir de Noir, Amber Absolute) wear much, much longer. I get 12-18 hours of great wear, but I can still smell them the next day.

Citric raw materials are far less costly than say Jasmine, aged Orris (iris root), Rose and many other ingredients. They say it’s natural, which is just marketing, as technically ‘synthetics’ are natural. And ‘synthetic’ materials don’t necessarily last any longer than naturals.

Neroli (bitter orange/bigarade) is a citrus, and citrus materials in general weigh less than woods, resins, flowers and other raw materials. The fact that they weigh less causes them to evaporate more rapidly on skin. It’s their ‘nature’. You should try spraying the fragrance on your clothing for longer wear, but first spot test to ensure the fragrance won’t stain your clothing.

I don’t know if you respond to facebook, but have I have question about the packaging. I know before the lipstick packaging use to be white. Are they going to change to this color now or keep it with the white? I love the sleek white color!

looks like a really beautiful line of products…but way too expensive. i could not buy it in good conscience. if you can spend this kind of money without blinking, please help restock your local food pantry as well.

I can’t see anything earth shattering about TF products that would have me pay this ransom of a price. Unless some tiny elves are coming with the products to apply them daily…I will take a pass on all of TF products. They aren’t magic and I’m not going to make all my $$$ disappear to have them on my make up vanity.

woooow beautiful!!! i dont fall for much, since i allready collected quite an amout of makeup, and most things dont catch my eye anymore …. but i will definately have to spend some money on that makeup line. the textures and colours look very nice and luxurious, and all the things look very sleek… something i wouldnt be ashamed of taking with me and using in public. on the other hand i wouldnt expect any less from tom ford! awesome!

The packaging is beautiful but the prices are insane! The brush prices are comparable to the most expensive Hakuhodo brushes so I wonder how they compare?

I know Tom Ford likes to be provocative and I don’t mean to be overly sensitive- but I think naming an eye colour ‘Bruise’ is offensive. I know it’s meant to be edgy, but come on! There’s nothing beautiful or sexy about a woman being punched.

I’m very interested in the foundations as that’s the only thing I will splurge on when it comes to makeup and its good to see he tried to cover all shade ranges.

Wow, let me just mortgage my house to pay for all the items in this collection (may have to throw in the cottage as well!). Some of the brushes look amazing, as do a lot of other very tempting items – the blushes, what I’m guessing is a contouring kit and some of those lippies – YUM.

The price is rather too much for me, and I’m not digging the packaging. It’s too 70’s wood paneling for me, and bland. But, that’s just me, and I can definitely see where this could appeal to a lot of people. I hope the quality justifies the price.

I wish there was a “meh” button. It’s hard to pick between love it and leave it, especially when you like how the products look but hate the price.

Looks like a great assortment of basics, but the colours are just that, basic. A few of the nail lacquers are catching my eye though! The packaging is lovely!

I find it puzzling that very high end brands insist on including those tiny embarrassing sponge-tip applicators. I can’t picture anyone EVER using those things after dropping 78$ on a palette. Surely, we can afford an eye brush or two.

Now I don’t feel guilty about my MUFE and FACE Atelier. I’ll bet the Tom Ford collection has good products but I’ll pass. It actually seems more expensive than Chanel and NARS.

Wow. Christine, fantastic pics! You’ve outdone yourself, which is not easy to do lol! The products do look beautiful but I have to wonder, are they special enough to warrant the prices? I mean, $30.00 for a nail polish! I do love Tom Ford but I don’t think I’ll be splurging on any of these products, unless the reviews are stellar. Thanks for the info!

I can skip this, but what’s really freaking me out is not the price, but his hand. All of his fingers look like they are the same length! (o_0)

WOW!!!!!! Everything looks great! And with such a hefty price tag it seems promising. Christine, could you do a review when you can? I would love to see if these live up to their price. The brushes are VERY expensive. I want to see what they are like and if they are worth it or if I should stick to MAC, Sigma, and drugstore

Ok, so I think Tom Ford has done some great things in the past, and when he wants to he can be the Master of Sultry. However, I think I’m likely to just give this whole collection a miss. I don’t see anything on the face of it that I just have to have. I’m not a lipstick girl; I’m more of a,”sheer-gloss-so-I-can-play-with-eyeshadow-lady”. As such, I just am not seeing products in those photos that scream, ” OWN ME! OWN ME NOW!” I wish I could say it was just the price tag, because I do think some of those prices are prohibitive for many people, but it’s not. In a market where Creme de la mer seems to stick around no matter what price, it’s not as though his niche is worried about how to pay for dinner after buying a few products. Truth of the matter for me is that it’s the products leave me flat. Unless I see some reviews that just cry about the innovation of product and how much better and different the items are to everything else on the market, then I don’t see me getting this stuff. It’s less creative and more boring, which isn’t something I’d have expected to say about Tom Ford. 70’s redux? Bleh, so been there how many times over? If I’m going to spend the money, and I might be persuaded to, then it’ll be because I’m so excited about product. Maybe he’ll win me over come Spring.

It’s very extravagant and all very luxury branded. I can’t see this being in the average woman’s purse. I mean, I think it’s great that people still want some sophistication, but it’s beyond HIGH END. And after reading an interview with him in Vogue, it’s obviously not geared towards the average woman. I’m not even sure it’s geared towards the modern woman; he made a comment that no woman should do her makeup in public unless she’s using a beautiful compact. Okay, I don’t LOVE when a woman does her entire face on the subway (because it kills the mystery for me), but he’s talking to a large percentage out there who have no choice. I buy cosmetics to wear them; not to display them on my vanity (which is another thing he thinks all women should have). He’s of another era, which translates great on film. But that’s fiction.

No, no, no, no, no, no, no. There’s something pretentious and silly about Tom Ford doing a make-up collection. Plus that picture of him holding the girl’s neck creeps me out. Objectification anyone? Yuck.

I’m honestly wondering where they plan to fit into the market with these prices and what look like easily dupeable shades. Unless their product quality if somehow a billion times better than anyone else’s, I don’t see them going very far as more than the novelty of owning something by Tom Ford, honestly.

If Mac pulled prices like this I would be done with cosmetics forever. Am I going mad but a brush for 110 dollars? Darn that’s a lot. The things look lack luster I expected me Tom.

You are correct which is why I’ve decided to pass on this…I was also told the quality is basically a dupe for Giorgo Armani. I don’t care what the reviews are or who the reviews come from, I don’t think the prices are justified and this is a prime example of you paying for marketing and the name on the product.

Completely out of my price range.
I’m disappointed by how pokey and poor quality the applicator brushes (that accompany the palettes) appear. You’d think TF would go the extra mile to make those applicators at least useable!

I would absolutely LOVE to see this line in person, it looks fabulout! But alas, I don’t have a Neiman Marcus or Bergdorf anywhere near me. 🙁

That’s a pretty extreme price tag-fifty bucks for ONE lipstick? I have a hard time imagining the formula is more miraculous than guerlain or chanel, or longer lasting than the L’oreal ones or even the 7 dollar covergirl ones. This seems to be purely paying for “brand” I see nothing fresh or new here

Tom Ford Lip Lacquer Vinyl

I had to play with this a bit, alone on my lips it was ok, under light or sunlight it was very shimmery sparkly which was nice but it did not feel like the name “Lip Lacquer Vinyl” at all, I can’t explain it but it did not even feel like a gloss or even a lip balm. So Then I added some clear gloss and WOW it was just so pretty on my lips, I bet this would be perfect over lipsticks and layered with clear or color gloss but I did have to play around with it, alone its not bad but def not what I was expecting for $30

I really looked at the eyeshadow and guys, it’s not as expensive as it sounds. Here’s why…

If you divide it out per gram of product TF is about $7.5 per gram. This is much cheaper than the other high end brands. Dior = $9.3 Chanel =$11.4 and I was SHOCKED by this one Kevyn Aucoin = $48 PER GRAM there is only 1.13 grams of shadow in a 5 pan palette. I’m trying to verify this cuz it makes my soul hurt.

Oh… the TF quads are also cheaper than mid range brands MAC ($10/gram) and MUFE($8.4)

I hope this helps someone !

This is cheaper than MAC($10), MUFE($7.80)

ladies …women are multifaceted creatures capable of reinventing herself clearly Tom worships you. look at this collection its gorgeous and it shows a side of cosmetics you don’t see aren’t you a little sick of the frilly frilly? Don’t take this the wrong way but the price point reflects the market and lifestyle that tom is targeting so if you aren’t going to pay what they are asking well you’ve made that decision. i love the composition of color and i like that its sexy and sharp. i really don’t think his price point is that bad especially where we can all agree we want it and tom hasn’t disappointed us yet we know it will over exceed our expectations

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