Maybelline Dare to Go Nude Collection for Spring 2014
As you know already the new Maybelline Dare to Go Nude Collection for Spring 2014 features SIX brand new shades of Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadow in an array of nude, natural shades. There are several Dare to Go Nude Collection displays around at this point one of which features the core color collection with new limited edition shades of Maybelline Master Glaze Blush as well as a Maybelline Master Hi-Light Blush and Bronzer, there’s another display featuring the six new shades of Color Tattoo Eyeshadow, and lastly a display featuring new nail polishes.
Take a look!
What’s very interesting about the Maybelline Dare to Go Nude Collection is the fact that is already has brand new limited edition shades in the Buffs Lipstick Collection as well as Master Glaze Blush and Master High-Light Blush and Bronzer. These are just released products so I find it interesting they are already launching limited edition shades.
Everything in the collection is labeled limited edition with stickers marking them as such however, the Color Tattoo Eyeshadow DOES not have an LE sticker on it so hopefully that means they’ll be added as permanent shades to the collection at some point.
There are four limited edition shades of Maybelline Eye Studio Color Plush Silk Eyeshadow Quad in Nude Romance, Bare It Buff, Take It Off, and Taupe Tease.
There are also four limited edition Maybelline the Buffs Lipsticks in Barely Bronze, Ravishing Rose, Nude Embrace, and Raw Reveal.
There’s also one Master Hi-Lighting Blush in Natural and two Master Glaze Blush Sticks in Barely Pink and Nude Rebellion both of which are limited edition shades as well as Maybelline Color Elixir shades!
And of course, the most exciting part of this collection the new Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadows in Beige-ing Beauty, Nude Compliment, Sleek & Spice, Caramel Cool, Pure Nude, and Stroke of Midnight.
I think it’s a beautiful launch of products! Taking on a fresh, natural look for Spring is fab because many brands tend to embrace pastels for Spring (I’m talking to YOU Dior!). These are shades that will work great for Spring but also through any other season.
What do you think?
Love the collection?