2009 YSL Beauty Summer Collection

2009 YSL Beauty Summer Collection. This summer YSL brings us five new products to love 2 of which a...

2009 YSL Beauty Summer Collection. This summer YSL brings us five new products to love 2 of which are permanent. The collection is inspired by Africa's exotic looks and mesmerizing beauty. New shades of lipsticks and that intense bright blue are so pleasing to the eye and perfect for the intense look of blue this summer.

Eye palette “Trésor d’Afrique” collector , offers 5 shades: ivory, to be used as a base; turquoise, plum, and navy blue for definition, and toffee to brighten the arch area and bring warmth and contrast to the eyes.

Everlong Waterproof Lengthening Mascara in ‘Ever Peacock Blue’
(limited edition): A double innovation for a double lengthening effect, due to the association of a new generation brush with an exclusive complex – the LASH GROWTH BOOSTER – which favors lash growth.

Limited Edition Trésor d’Afrique Collector Sun Powder
houses a large pressed bronzer with golden shimmer, to give you a healthy glow. The Poudre de Soleil N° 2 Golden Sun shade offers an even and luminous tan with only a few brush strokes.

Rouge Pur Shine, sheer lipstick SPF15
: this shiny lipstick with exceptional gliding properties, hydrates and illuminates the lips with sparkling, transparent colours. It is now available in 2 of summer’s hottest shades: #32 Frozen Mango and #33 Wild Blackberry.

Touche Eclat Radiant Touch in ‘light peach’ : The famous take-anywhere pen-brush for adding a touch of light or banishing shadows and signs of fatigue from the eye area, the hollow of the chin, the contour of the lips and the sides of the nose.



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