September 2, 2011

Paul & Joe Manhattan Collection

Manhattan, the fall collection from Paul & Joe Beauté, sees the edgy, offbeat attitude of downtown New York, meet high octane, uptown glamour, as East collides with West for their limited edition make-up line. Inspired by the city that never sleeps, Manhattan, features a vibrant array of intense, color pop hues and shimmering finishes. Stand-out pieces include art deco color palettes for the eyes and cheeks, slick lipsticks and intense eyeliners.

Paul & Joe Manhattan Collection Finished Pressed Powder $40
A limited edition face powder from the fall Manhattan Collection by Paul & Joe. Featuring a lightweight velvety finish, the pressed powder comes adorned with a skyscraper design and offers a fine translucent finish, for an even, flawless complexion.

Paul & Joe Manhattan Collection Colour Palette $55
A color palette from the fall Manhattan Collection by Paul & Joe. Featuring an art deco inspired design, the palettes contain eyeshadows, a highlighter and blusher with richly pigmented formulas and a shimmering finish, complete with application brushes and a mirror.

Being born, bred, and raised in New York its kinda a given I wanna indulge in a color collection named after my little city.

Loves!

Available from ASOS.com

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