The L’Oreal Collection Private Pure Reds Lipstick Collection arrives in the US just time for Spring 2015. This collection features nine shades of custom red lipstick based upon L’Oreal celebrity and model ambassadors from the past and present. Each L’Oreal Colour Riche Red Lipstick shade represents a different skin tone enabling you to choose your perfect shade of red.
The collection is a follow up to last year’s Collection Privee Colour Riche Lipstick launch which was all about the perfect shade of nude lipstick. Last year, the collection only consisted of six shades so this year we are getting a good deal of more shades to try out. I don’t believe this collection is limited edition but don’t quote me. It is available right now at Walgreens which state it as “exclusively ours” but reports from reader’s state that they have seen the collection at other drugstores.
The L’Oreal Collection Private Pure Reds Lipsticks did get a UK launch earlier this year but not all the shades we are seeing here in the us. The nine shades of red lipstick are inspired by Blake Lively, Liya Kebede, Freida Pinto, Julianne Moore, Doutzen Kroes, Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, and Zoe Saldana as well as one additional shade titled Because You’re Worth It Red.
Take a look below for swatches!
The L’Oreal Collection Private Pure Reds Lipstick Collection has launched in the US and is now available exclusively at Walgreens! You might recall last year L’Oreal introduced the Collection Privee Colour Riche Lipstick which consisted of six shades of nude lipsticks! This year the L’Oreal Collection Private Reds Lipstick Collection has a selection of nine shades of red.
Just like the Collection Privee Colour Collection these are nine shades of custom made red shades which are based upon L’Oreal celebrity models each of which has a different skin tone enabling you to make the perfect selection of red (although I’m of the mentality you shouldn’t limited yourself when it comes to different colors of reds! Be a rebel, try something new, you might love it!).
I believe the original L’Oreal Collection Private Pure Reds Lipstick Collection in the UK consisted of only four shades! So we are getting a considerable larger collection in the US.
The new L’Oreal La Palette Nude 2 ($19.99) is one of two permanent eyeshadow palettes that L’Oreal has launched for Spring 2015 that includes ten shades of shadow in an array of sultry pinks and purples. You might have already read my review for the L’Oreal La Palette Nude 1 Palette which I featured yesterday! If you’re into warmer shades that is most definately a great palette go with but if you like cooler colors the La Palette Nude 2 is for you!
Let’s take a look!
The L’Oreal La Palette Nude 1 Eyeshadow Palette ($19.99) is one of two, new permanent 10 pan eyeshadow palettes that’s launching now at drugstores. L’Oreal La Palette Nude 1 is a nod to Urban Decay’s Naked Eyeshadow Palettes, Maybelline’s the Nudes Eyeshadow Palette, etc….
Natural, nude matte shades of shadow have been hitting the mark for Spring looks but as we head into Summer I think you’re going to see a lot more of the trend! Granted we had a huge wave of eyeshadow palettes that went nude soon after Urban Decay released its original Naked Eyeshadow Palette but it’s interesting to see drugstore brands finally catching up to this trend.
The L’Oreal La Palette Nude 1 Palette actually had a release late last year in the UK so some of you may have already gotten your hands on it and tried it out. I’m happy to report it is now starting to pop up in permanent L’Oreal displays around the US.
Let’s take a look at the palette below!
I haven’t personally found them in stores but the L’Oreal Color Riche La Palette Nude 1 and L’Oreal Color Riche La Palette Nude 2 Eyeshadow Palettes have launched on Ulta’s site today!
The first version actually had a UK release earlier in the year but I’m not sure if they also got the second version as I’m a little behind on my UK beauty news! None the less we are finally get them here in the US!
They feel to be like a nod to Maybelline’s the Nudes Palettes (which I didn’t love) and from the promo images I’ve seen looks like the formula might be as dry but I’m keeping hope alive until I actually try them myself.
Let’s take a peek!