Holiday Collections 2009
Well ring ding ding today marks many an update on Sephora’s site particularly with the promise of Holiday 2009 is in the air over yonder.
A few updates my little eye did spy were ones from Bare Escentuals. The Bare Escentuals Holiday Collection always strikes me down as I general enjoying hauling many of their offerings due to the amount of product they tend to bundle together paired up with an inexpensive price tag.
Let’s see what the deal is this year!
Jump for it.
As you know already Urban Decay hit the scene early with their Holiday Collection. They are probably one of the first brands that have their Holiday stock up and available for retail on their site. Pretty exciting and impressive considering it seems like December is ages away but in reality it’s never to early to get shopping done early now is it?
I’ve already introduced you to all of the offerings from Urban Decay Holiday 2009 and today I’ll be bringing you some swatches and a review of one of their newest palettes for the season entitled Show Pony Shadow Box. It’s fierce peeps, you so needs one.
Take a look after the jump!
The Muse’s friend Helena from LipGloss Bitch has the deets on The Body Shop Holiday Collection for 2009 which is entitled Frosted Sparkle.
Here are the details of items upcoming for the release:
- The Body Shop Frosted Sparkle Eye & Cheek Palette
01 Cool Palette in purple and silver
02 Warm Palette in plum and chocolate
- The Body Shop Frosted Sparkle Define & Sparkle Mascara and Eyeliner
- The Body Shop Frosted Sparkle Iced Body Powder
- The Body Shop Sparkle Rollerball
- The Body Shop Frosted Sparkle Shimmer Gloss
01 Iced Sparkle
02 Iced Candy
What do you think of The Body Shop Holiday Collection 2009?
Anything appealing to you?
Tell the Muse!
The British Beauty Blogger is on the case of the Lancome Holiday Collection 2009. Although it may be early for you to think of the Holiday, the world of beauty bloggers are already clamoring at the prospects of beautiful seasonal makeup.
Lancome releases yet another shimmering powder with this year’s holiday collection. I find that Lancome and Estee Lauder seem to keep with the powder theme much of the time. Obviously, this is a super secret ninja spy marketing technique because they know we can’t just pass up a powder that sparkles right? Lancome Sparkling Cherub Sheer Warming Illuminating powder has a cute little cherub embedded into the powder and appears to be made up of a bronze gold shade. Looks more Valentine-like to me but very pretty none the less.
Lancome Glossy Plum Color Fever Gloss looks like a rather festive red color. British Beauty Blogger reports it’s somewhat of gothic, vampy shade. I find it unique and quite fitting for the holiday.
Also releasing are two limited edition Lancome Oscillation Mascaras one of which is a sparkling gold and the other a silver. I’m really interested in both as I love sparkly lash looks for the Holiday.
The entire collection should be available on counters November 1st or probably before if this Muse’s Lancome hopes and wishes are granted.
Yes, well, we all know I’m not too terribly keen on Sephora palettes….sorry just can’t get on board with ‘em. But as seen by this Muse the new Sephora Blockbuster Palette for 2009 on the Sephora Blog. The Muse was thinking you you might like to see it for yourself.
Sephora won the Allure Best All Over Palette Award for it and promises its bigger and badder than prior releases (still looks like a bunch of cheap makeup to me, love ya Sephora just don’t love your palettes).
Looks pretty loaded from these photos plus they included a slew of eye liners too….or at least that’s what those pencils look like. I’m looking forward to seeing the actual design of the compact itself which will probably play an important role in this year’s Holiday theme.
What do you think?
Tell the Muse!