As the most visually-arresting items of the Coffret D’Or Spring 2010 collection, I couldn’t help but post this photo of the Jewelicious Eyes eyeshadow palettes right on top. Named after precious stones, each of these pretty shadow quads has a powdered gem right in the centre for extra glimmer. Pictured from left to right are 01 Citrine Green, o2 Pink Topaz, o3 Crystallish Blue, 04 Amber Beige and o5 Purple Amethyst.
Here are the prices of some of the Coffret D’Or spring products:
Jewelicious Eyes (S$54)
Aqua Rouge (S$46)
Innocent Blush (S$50)
While I was exploring the Lunasol Spring 2010 collection at the Kanebo counter on Saturday, I was given a peek at the Coffret D’Or 2010 Spring Makeup Pattern, a fold-out that promises ‘Joyful Makeup with the Coffret D’Or Experience’.
As you’ve probably guessed, it displays colour placement and makes shade recommendations. (Click on the images to enlarge them)
Known as Jewel Shower, the shimmery gem in the centre is the highlight of each shadow palette. The fold-out gives clear instructions on where to apply it to achieve different effects:
- For light-gathering, lively and shining eyes: Apply to the V-shaped area around the inner eye area.
- For sweet, moist eyes: Apply before the pupil (in the centre of the lower lid).
- For eyes with contour and impact: Apply to the centre of the upper lid.
- For a sophisticated and glamorous profile: Use the finger and apply to the lower brow area.
Launching at the end of this month at all local Kanebo counters, this Coffret D’Or collection might warrant a second look, thanks to the little jewels! That said, I still think of and miss its predecessor, T’estimo.
Image source: Kanebo Coffret D’Or
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