YSL Spring 2013 Makeup Collection

YSL Spring 2013 Makeup Collection. As we take a look at the new YSL spring 2013 makeup collection,...

YSL Spring 2013 Makeup Collection. As we take a look at the new YSL spring 2013 makeup collection, it seems that pastels are definitely making a strong comeback.The collection is complete with eye palettes, lipsticks and cream blushes. Set to hit stores this Jan and Internationally in Feb. Look below for more details.

Gems fascinate with their fascinating aura and its mysterious attraction Spring Look 2013:. A range of mineral, crystalline colors, inspired by the appearance of these precious stones, the Saint Laurent woman is bold in this pure energy and gives himself entirely.” Arty “. opalescent complexion, quartz and malachite on the eyelids, garnet, topaz and ruby for the lips and nails in Jade nuances. In spring 2013, the YSL woman seduces with 1001 facets. Her look in every Azurite Smoky captivates her beauty looks mesmerizing. puts you on color in all its facets.

Y Lumiere Collector Face Palette
The new palette has a shimmer finish and features nude shades.

Eyeshadow Powder – Special Limited Edition

Collector Eyeshadow Quadra Palette


Available in #14 including the following shades:
Malachite Green
Sparkling Rose
Violet Amethyst
Azurite Blue

Cream Blush
#07 Rose Quartz
#08 Baby Doll
#09 Red Quartz

Lacquer Couture
#34 Jade Imperial -light turquoise (New)
#35 Bronze Pyrite – gray blue (New) (Limited Edition)

Lacque Couture
#28 Grenat Acrylique
#29 Rose Fourreau #
30 Mauve Fusain

Rouge Pur Couture
#27 Peche Cerra Colla

Candy Floss Lipstick
#11 Frech Mint (Limited Edition)
 #12 Framboise Craquante
 #13 Moka Griotte

False Lash Mascara
#21 Green Emerald

Long Lasting Eye Pencil N
#15 Mauve Amethyst
#16 Ultra Violet


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