Although I gave you a very brief glance at the new Estee Lauder Pure Color Modern Mercury Collection for Fall 2011 late last week today I bring you the entire release including prices, shades, and product information.
I normally love Estee Lauder Fall but I’m not sure Modern Mercury is quite me. Tom Pecheux’s, Estee Lauder’s Creative Director, was inspired by creative reflections found in modern architecture and how buildings never look the same color because they are flecting what is around them. His idea is that wearing the same makeup should never end up looking the same way. An interesting concept to say the least.
Let’s take a look!
Estee Lauder Pure Color Modern Mercury Collection for Fall 2011 is coming atcha today.
Not sure if I’m needing anything from Modern Mercury but every always happy to look at images.
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Last year Estee Lauder introduced a travel exclusive BB Cream available in various airports in Asia. I believe mine came from Japan Duty Free but don’t quote me could have been Singapore.
From what I understand it was later also available in the UK but I can’t confirm this.
They now have a newer version of the cream available on counters in Japan and a few Asian countries called Estee Lauder CyberWhite Brilliant Cells Extra Intensive BB Cream SPF 35 where as mine is the CyberWhite Ex Extra Intensive Multi-Action Formula BB Cream SPF 35. After reading up on both it seems they are pretty much the same product but I haven’t tried the Brilliant Cells version so I can’t confirm.
This is probably one of the most expensive BB Creams I own. I’m raking my brain as I have 30-40 tubes in rotation and honestly, I can’t think of a BB Cream that cost me this MUCH. It retails for a whooping ¥5,460 (yen), near $60 USD.
Check it out after the jump!
Estee Lauder introduced two dual sided Shadestick Duos with the Bronze Goddess Collection this year and damn, they sold out fast. I can’t find them online however I’ve seen them at two Estee Lauder counters so if you’re wanting ‘em after this review best get ‘em while the getting is good.
The sticks are great as a base, a liner, or an all over shadow. I was lucky enough to get the Gold Bronze color selection to try out because it’s thee perfect duo for warm, bronze-y eyes for Summer and yes, Summer seems to be nearing New York now. Can’t believe I’m going to say it but Yay! for humidity!