Beaute de Kose never fails to wow me with its special releases. This Summer we have the Limited Edition Multi-Reflection Powder in two color versions. The powders are a multi-colored shimmering powder for face or if you like you can try them out on your eyes. The colors available are Strawberry Ice and Peach Frost. Each palette is 4,500 yen each which isn’t too bad for the high quality of the compact!
I think these may make a guest starring appearance on my Summer wish list but I want to see what else pops up before I purchase!
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Read about my WOW for the gorgeous Beaute de Kose Cyber Shine Eye Palettes by clicking here!
See a reader’s images of the Beaute de Kose Cyber Shine Eye Palettes by clicking here!
Click here to see my haul and review of Beaute de Kose’s Star Twinkle Collection!
I know how patiently you’re waiting for me to review the Lavshuca Summer Collection! I’ve been SO swamped with everything else that I haven’t broken into the palettes yet! Gasp! Sigh! Rant!
Am I nuts?
But to make up for the fact that I haven’t written the review or done any looks with the palettes yet I thought I’d tease you with yummie images of both palettes!
Here you go:
Am I forgiven for being so behind on reviews?
You still love me right?
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I know, I know I’m a big tease! Sue me! X-D
Jill Stuart has updated it’s website with a very small Summer Collection. Sadly, it’s nothing to get too excited about.
The releases include a new Seductive Eyes Palette in 05 Gemmy Diva and two liglosses in Marguerite Glow and Gleaming Nectar.
Any other day I’d be bouncing around in excitement that a new palette has been introduced but I am slightly wary of the color combinations that they keep releasing. I’d love something new. This particular palette is similiar to the Holiday Coffret’s release. I’m very tempted as the two colors on the left seem to be very nice Summery shades however it’s nothing I can’t recreate or don’t already have from prior palette releases.
As much as I absolutely adore Jill Stuart I can’t help but yawn and as you can see above the palette is very similar to the Holiday release!
I’ll definately be purchasing this palette but please, Jill, if you’re listening, can we have some new color combos?
The palette is 5,000 yen (did the price raise on these? I recall them being a tad bit lower last year!) and each lipgloss is 2,800 yen!
I think it’s safe to assume these are out and available at counters now or will be shortly since the site has been update very recently!
Wanting this collection?
As bored as the Muse?
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Catch up on some Jill Stuart posts!
Click here to read my review and see some awesome photos of the Jill Stuart Holiday Coffret including the palette I just featured in this post!
Click here to hear about the Jill Stuart Spring Collection!
Click here to behold the beauty of Jill Stuart’s newest perfume! Here to my review too!
Click here to watch some MuseTV with a Spotlight on my Jill Stuart Collection!
Click here to read the woe and warning of Fake Jill Stuart Palettes that have popped up on online auctions!
A lovely, lovely, lovely friend of mine did a bit of shopping for me in Japan last week which means I’ll be bringing you a week in review of some great Japanese Cosmetics from the Summer Collections!
Here’s a sneak peak:
Excited? I am! Can’t wait to dig in!
To keep you occupied until next week how about revisiting some of my posts for the Spring Collections from Japan this year?
Click here to read my review on the Paul and Joe X Disney Spring Collection!
Click here to read my review on the Lavshuca Spring Collection including the new Noble On Eye Palettes!
Click here to read my review on the Majolica Majorca Spring Collection!
Click here to read my review on Ettusais Glitter Princess Spring Collection!
Click here to read my review on the KATE Spring Collection!
Want more? Click through all my Spring reviews by locating the drop down menu of Spring Collections on the right hand side of my blog!
A very tiny Early Summer Collection from Kesalan Patharan includes three new eyeshadow trios for 2,625 yen each. Each trio contains three coordinating gradation colors for eyes or face if you so choose.
This is a bit boring for me as Kesalan Patharan has plenty of trios available within the general catalog the only difference being these have a beautiful floral embed.
As the price stands I think I can safely skip these.
How about you?
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