Lancôme 29 St Honoré Fall 2011 makeup collection

Lancôme’s new fall  makeup collection titled St. Honore looks amazing and provides all the essentials to a seductive, Parisian style look paying a tribute to Lancôme and Paris, as the brand’s boutique House of Lancôme is located on 29 Saint Honoré street.

Aaron de Mey, creative makeup director from Lancôme has drawn inspiration from the vintage period. as the colors and the designs have a very attractive look due to the perfect union between vintage and contemporary details that truly make a difference.

The blush features a soft pink hue which is subtly and gorgeously enriched with gold flecks, for a glam, yet subtle look. The Parisian feel of the pressed blush powder is underlined by the decorative Eiffel Tower and Lancome logo that stand out.

The comeback of the red lips trend is definitely hot and Lancôme brings three red lipstick shade variations so you can find the perfect match for you. The Rouge 29, Faubourg Rouge and Rouge Saint Honoré can be easily applied for a flawless, classic-style icon finish that dazzles while the Pro-Hylan ingredient will ensure your lips to remain luscious. 


To balance the look, Lancôme opted for classic eye makeup that compliments most complexions. The eyeshadow quad will balance your look well, especially since the lips are highly pigmented and accentuated.

Tip: Use the colors individually or combine them for a sophisticated look that will take everyone’s breath away from first glance.

Black and red are the two nail polish hues featured in the collection and they are gorgeous. Black No.29 and Red Saint Honoré No.22 require a certain confidence when worn due to the highly pigmented finish.

Parisian elegance and sophistication

Available from September 2011

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