If you love pink then Lancome is where it’s at for you this Spring. Instead of unveiling your typical spring collections with pastel pinks and soft corals, Lancome went super bold with their Pink Irreverence Collection. The spring 2009 collection features bold pinks, fuchsias and black and is perfect for those of us left uninspired by Chanel’s Bohemian Fantasy and Dior’s Lady Dior. Pink Irreverence is the first spring collection by new artistic director for makeup, Aaron de May, and features Elletra Rossellini (daughter of long-time Lancôme model, Issabella Rossellini) as the face of spring.
Pink Punk & Black Palette: The Irreverent Madame – One of two limited edition Color Design Quads, Irreverent Madame features a shimmery, smoky black, a blue-toned fuchsia, a powdery pink and a pale pink. The second palette, Mademoiselle Sass, offers a quad of warmer neutral brown shades. I’m a big fan of this pink and black palette – I love the bold fuchsia pink paired with the black shadow.
La Laque Fever – A brand new lip formula that promises to last up to six hours, La Laque Fever comes in several bold shades including Electric Pink, Pink Dimension, Furious in Fuchsia, and Pink My Ride. I’ve seen several comparisons to MAC glosses and I would honestly have to go with Lancome. The colors are incredibly vibrant.
Color Fever Gloss in Piha Black – First introduced last fall in a limited edition set during the vamp trend, Piha Black sold out almost immediately. Looks great layered over red or pink lip color.
Le Vernis in Piha Black – There’s no rosey nail colors in this collection. The limited edition Phia Black nail color allows you to complete the whole modern punk look with a swipe of black polish.
What do you think? Will you be rocking Lancome’s Pink Irreverence this spring?