Ever building on the Touche Eclat empire, YSL will be launching the coveted glow-getting formula in a new format for Spring 2017. Yep, you guessed it…a cushion. LE Cushion, to be exact. 😉 The product will be offered in 7 shades designed to enhance radiance with natural coverage.
In addition to that exciting news, the Company is also brining in three Touch Eclat Glow Shots, a highlighter boasting the hefty promise of a 10-hour strobe effect AND ultra hydration, via hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, and Ruscus. Glow Shots will come in 3 shades:
- No.1 Daylight – Create a reflective, mirror effect (light skin tones)
- No.2 Sunrise – Create a rosy glow (light skin tones)
- No.3 Sunset – Create a healthy glow (medium to dark skin tones)
And…one more dashing add…the YSL Touche Eclat White, Limited Edition. I’m already chomping at the bit for this one because a “porcelain effect” is like music to my goth-y ears… It can be used for adding a beautiful sheen, or for more extreme strobe and contour effects.
Correctors are one of THE most amazing products in the world of color cosmetics. For moons, it was incredibly hard to track this kind of thing down – as a Ballroom dancer, spray tans were a prerequisite and matching one’s skin tone with any manner of product was a (*cough* pain in the rump!) challenge.
Performance aside, being able to easily conceal things like excessive redness, sallowness, undereye circles from that late night college paper was SO much easier with the proper product... But having to go to Halloween stores or places like Ricky’s NYC for stage makeup wasn’t always easy to do! The products were out there, but often relegated to specific industries such as film and theater.
These days, color correcting palettes and concealers are a CINCH to find. What I love is that companies are adding color correctors to their already existing, successful concealer lineups, as well as offering palettes, the latter of which is a DREAM to own when you are competing (all the colors right there in one, handy case! 🙂 )
Urban Decay is now offering five shades – the five most popular – for covering the most common perfect-complexion-hinderers, with their Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid:
- Green – reduces redness.
- Lavender – balances sallowness (think, too yellow. Very popular in Asian markets.)
- Pink – brightens dark areas.
- Yellow – corrects dullness (also helps with redness and darkness.)
- Peach – masks circles/spots.
The product “features an innovative, lightweight formula that instantly color-corrects and blurs flaws, leaving skin illuminated and bright. Subtle pearlescent pigments diffuse light to perfect skin, while antioxidant-rich vitamins C and E condition and protect.” It is formulated without Paragons, Sulfates, or Phthalates, and is incredibly easy to use and blend.
YSL also has a few versions of its cult Touch éclat out in corrective hues, which you may have seen already… And they aren’t alone – there are rather a slew of correctors emerging, both at the mass market and high-end levels, some of which I will speak to soon!
I happened across this Black-Friday-Inspired post and had to share. I used to get asked – during my more outwardly Goth days – “do you own black lipstick!?”…in a tone as if to insult or hit a nerve. “Well, no…but I do have black lipgloss to match my nail polish…”
I never did understand why that was intended to get me riled up – while I wasn’t darkening my lips to match the Nighttime sky, I didn’t think it was at all unattractive…so the question scarcely skimmed my surface. Wearable? Not unless you don’t mind the attention. But chic? Why not?!
For shoots in particular, it works beautifully. I can’t say I’ve seen it in the street much, though if I did I’d think “way to go, sass!” in appreciation of that individual’s hutzpah!
Anyway, I loved the images in this post, and thought some of the blacks were quite divine. Black is incredibly gorgeous to me in general, as colors…or absence of color goes.
My personal favorites posted? The Illamasqua Pristine is gorgeous with its warmer, blackened-berry tinge… And MAC’s Black Knight, for it’s brooding, warm-velvet opacity.
Traffic-halting and deviantly dynamite, all around.
Thanks to ChicProfile for sharing images of this Springtime fun, albeit before the snow (I don’t mind!)
The two YSL palettes are in limited supply, and will be launching in early Spring of 2016. The compacts are gorgeous enough to deliberately display on a vanity (so you should, in other words, show them off!)
One compact is a Face Palette with three highlighting and correcting colors (violet, lavender and yellow) plugs a pink blush (it looks like it might have shimmer.)
The second compact, Couture Palette for Eyes pairs a mix of rose and mossy shadows with a glowing silver in the center – adding some flair, no doubt, so an otherwise Earthy palette. Woodland Goddess??
Let’s just go with that…shall we?!