December 30, 2014

Lancome My French Palette Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2015

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Lancome My French Palette Eyeshadow Palette

Ahh yes the Lancome My French Palette Eyeshadow Palette will bring the joys of Spring in Gay Paree to your makeup loving life with a range of soft, pastels contrasted beautifully with popping shades of aqua and blue.

The Lancome My French Palette Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2015 ($58) is a mix match of soft and colorful shades for creating day and night looks. The palette includes a dual ended eyeshadow palette as well as how to look guide for creating the look of fresh French innocence on eyes!

The Lancome My French Palette Eyeshadow Palette is available for a limited time this Spring and you can get it now at!

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      • Susan

        The New Lancôme French Innocence, Spring Color Collection is also available at and

  • deathbyjava

    The packaging on that is divine and what a lovely colour combo. I do find it really neat that they actually separated the blues in a ‘separate’ section. I thought at first that it was because it was a cream product but it looks like it’s a normal eyeshadow. Perhaps it’s to avoid the the blues mucking up the pinks? Very interesting!

    • Isabella Muse

      I thought that extra separate compartment interesting as well! I think you’re right must be so you don’t cross pollinate the lighter shades with the darker!

  • Katherine T.

    These totally remind me of Clinique’s new 8 pan eye shadow palettes, except Clinique’s is only $ 28 each. I wonder how the formulas compare….

  • telle

    this is a welcome change up for lancome! im really excited to see any reviews/swatches on this and hopefully have the opportunity to try it here in canada! yay!

    happy new year, Muse, all the best for 2015! 🙂

  • Rachel R.

    Oooh, I love the pinky-peachy shades with the blues. Really cute packaging, too.

  • Dania

    Beautiful! I do want, but I don’t think I’d get much use out of it with my darker skin tone and eye color. Would this suit brown eyes and olive skin?

  • An

    Nordstrom is sold out and I really want that palette. Do you know where else to find it?

  • ~Marina~

    You can still get this at Sephora. I picked it up and the shimmery shadows are divine: highly pigmented and long wearing!