Ahh the eyes, the very windows to our souls. As makeup lovers we like to dress them all fancy-like don’t we? Lend an air of mystery to your eyes with a smoky eye look this season with the new Giorgio Armani Beauty Eyes to Kill Eye Shadow Palettes.
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While the beloved black smoky eye is favored by all women a new twist on a popular favorite reigns supreme with swirls of purple, cranberry, even brown to update that old black look with a burst of color.
Keeping with the trend, Giorgio Armani Beauty introduces four new shadow palettes entitled Eyes To Kill to create that sexy, smoky eye with a hint of color! The design is that of a bull’s eye which three shadows to create your own signature smoky eye look with.
Shades available are:
Black Steel (a center of steel black, surrounded by a middle of pearl white and a ring of metallic black grey)
Brown Copper (a center of deep brown, with a middle of gold bronze wrapped in a rim of chromed copper)
Gun Metal Grey (a daring grey center surrounded by gun metal grey rim wrapped in a royal purple)
Red Iron (a deep pourpre center wrapped in gold beige and surrounded by a red iron rim)
The new Eyes to Kill Eye Shadow Palettes ($58) are available now from Saks, Neiman Marcus, Bloomies, and Barneys. You can also shop online at www.giorgioarmanibeauty.com
What do you think peeps?
I’m kinda digging on that brown swirl one and the cranberry!
They tell me the eyes have it. Armani obviously knows it as they introduced a brand new mascara entitled Eyes to Kill. Dude, doesn’t that so sound like a James Bond movie? This calls for corny theme music!
Keep it playing as you read the review it’ll really set the mood!
With all the bells and whistles in the mascara world lately one would think Giorgio Armani Beauty would decide to jump on board and create some crazy applicator. You know what I mean. Plastic applicators, brushless ones, slim line applicators, crazy medieval spiked ones….truly mascara has evolved since our mother’s started using it at our ages.
Armani though, they see the potential in the standard brush. There isn’t anything special about the Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara applicator aside from the fact that it’s longer and fuller than many brushes. Aside from this the bells and whistles are left at the door. But don’t let that sway you because this mascara is incredible. Be it the formula or the brush one would have to guess at what made my lashes so full and so very, very long. Amazing!
Eyes to Kill Mascara is available in four shades which are the standard blacks, browns, and gray but they also have one entitled Rouge Iron which appears to be a pinkish red shade, very interesting choice for a mascara. I tried out Steel Black which is true inky black. The formula is very light and airy which creates a natural, softer lash look that still manages to be dramatic due to the incredible volume the formula gives lashes. It doesn’t clump up during application and glides on the lashes easily without creating a havoc of messy lashes in it’s wake.
As mentioned above the applicator is a simple brush that’s a fair bit longer than your average size but nothing too dramatic. The brush pulls lashes up and out while curling them and offering up supreme length and fullness.
Overall, count this Muse impressed with the new Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara. Lashes like these don’t come cheap at $28 for a tube but you’ll be incredibly happy when you’re prancing around with crazy long lashes to go along with your smoky Fall eye look!
Overall, I’m quite excited and impressed with this mascara. It’s been a while since I’ve gotten so hyped over a US brand mascara (as you know I’m all over Japanese mascara). Truly a fantastic one and worthy of a try, the Muse thinks you’ll love it!
Excellent mascara and deserving of a Muse Approval!
Giorgio Armani leaps into fall with an elegant new Fall Collection. Giorgio Armani Beauty Fall 2009 pairs up a subtle but distinct tones to accentuate a deep smoky eye contrasted with a fresh, luminous complex and a mute but intense lip color.
Jump ahead to learn more about the Greige Collection from Giorgio Armani Beauty for Fall 2009.
With a heavy emphasis on the eyes Giorgio Armani Beauty brings together the simplicity of a fresh, glowing face and a dramatic eye look with it’s the Giorgio Armani Beauty Manta Ray Eye Duo Palettes ($38). This palette is an eye duo dressed with an exotic Manta Ray patter. Inspired by precious and luxurious materials used in Giorgio Armani fashion accessories, the palettes offer a beautiful selection of color harmonies inspired by nature.
Charcoal and Greige: the ultimate eye shadow combination for this seasonís smoky eye
Deep Ocean Blue and Intense Ocean Green
Pale Lilac Grey and Luminous Fuchsia
Light Blue Stone and Sandy Beige
Shimmering Lilac Pearl and Pale Green Pearl
Giorgio Armani Liquid Silk Eye Liner ($30)
Matte Charcoal Grey Midnight Metallic Blue
Giorgio Armani Silk Lipstick in 92 ($25)
This season’s must-have Armani lipstick accentuates your natural lip color, keeping the focus on your dramatic eye look. The grey-blue tones of this soft plum lipstick combines intensity but contradicts with an air of simplicity.
The Giorgio Armani Beauty Greige Eye by Linda Cantello
Use the Greige shade to contour the eye by sweeping the shadow along the crease of the eye. Follow by sweeping the shade under the lower lash line and over the upper lash line. Use charcoal to add intensity.
A second option is to sweep the charcoal shadow over the whole lid and use the Greige to blend. For added intensity, apply midnight blue eyeliner along the upper lid lash line.
The Giorgio Armani Beauty Fall 2009 Collection is available for a limited time online at www.giorgioarmanibeauty.com and at selected fine department stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales.
Have I told you lately how much I hate silicon? Ugh! The primer world is taken over with silicon bases and now suddenly foundations are popping up left and right with a silicon base. No please, no! I truly hate silicon in my face products. It feels terrible on my face and on a rare occasion I’ve been to known to break out because of it.
That’s why I was ever so shocked when I got my hands on Giorgio Armani Face Fabric a few months ago and fell in love!
With it’s base of silicon I was sure I’d hate the feel of Giorgio Armani Face Fabric but turns out I love it, especially now that the weather is warmer!
If you like your foundation extremely light, subtle, sheer, and flawless you should indulge in a tube of this. The foundation is a unique silicone based formula that’s neither oily, sticky, or uncomfortable to wear. I normally feel like I’m wearing a mask when I indulge in silicon based primers or foundations but this gives my skin plenty of breathing room with very light coverage.
The product is ideal for mattifying as I can get good continuous wear out of it for about 7 hours without having to blot or reapply. The finish is dewy and evens out skin tone creating a brilliant canvas for makeup. It is advertised as a “tint” so it can’t be called a foundation however it feels like a cross between a primer, foundation, and a tinted moisturizer all in one to me.
I’d recommend this if you like lighter coverage in the warmer weather. It’s particularly fantastic at holding in for longer periods at a time where as many tinted moisturizers and foundations melt away quickly in warmer weather. It looks so natural and pretty on that it’s perfect for a natural, fresher makeup look. The product contains an SPF of 12 so you’ll want to add a bit of your own sunblock for extra protection.
All in all Giorgio Armani Face Fabric is one of my must have makeup items for the Summer. Muse Approved for purchased for sure!
Who might like it?
Anyone who wants a lighter foundation product for Summer.
Those who want a long wearing tint that evens out skin tone and creates a fresh, natural finish.
Anyone who likes their makeup simple and fresh.
Anyone a lover?
Tell the Muse about your experiences with Face Fabric!