Saturday, August 3, 2013

Catrice Limited Edition “L’Afrique, c’est chic” Collection

African appeal: colourful, traditional, exotic. Designers are discovering the new AFROdisiac – a journey into the African fashion culture. Folkloristic and colourful with bold influences of the next generation. The diversity of patterns is the central element. Tribal, Zulu and animal prints are all the rage in this summer’s collections and great designers are using them in flowing, elegant caftans as well as for feminine business looks. With an opulent palette of colours ranging from papaya to cinnabar to the iridescent blue of the ocean, the Limited Edition “L’Afrique, c’est chic” by CATRICE will be making a great impression this August and September 2013.

Liquid Metal Eye Shadow

Ethno meets metallic. The limited Liquid Metal Eyeshadows shine on your lids like liquid metal. The soft powder eyeshadow with a decorative 3D relief structure can be applied moist or dry to ensure unique chrome effects and intensive colour results.

Giant Kajal

Black-eyed beauty. This extra-broad Giant Kajal creates smokey eyes quickly and reliably. The creamy black texture is particularly easy to apply on your lids. By smudging it with your fingertips, you can achieve a trendy smudge effect.

Lip Balm

The lip balm with a gorgeous print design is a true all-rounder. It unites the soft, pampering characteristics of a balm with the subtle colour and shine of a lipstick for lips in perfection!

Blush & Bronze

Safari 2.0. This dual-talent consisting of a fine blush and a bronzing powder with perfectly aligned colours creates a naturally tanned look and a fresh complexion. For a touch of the African evening sun on their cheeks.

Blush Brush

The premium rouge brush with a transparent handle and an inset pattern is a special highlight of this Limited Edition. Its fine, dense bristles ensure that the colour pigments in the blush can be applied smoothly and professionally with perfect results.

Ultimate Nail Lacquer

On the alert! The colour diversity of traditional African patterns combined with an unusual texture reminiscent of the rough surfaces of a steppe landscape. The results: five limited shades with a rough, sandy finish.
Would Are Your Thoughts About This New Collections From Catrice? Will You Be Purchasing Anything from It ? 
**This  blog post was not sponsored , However, this is my own opinion and experiences with the products.**    

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