Dior is coming out with some very gorgeous items this holiday season. One of thé musthaves is the Rouge Dior Coffret from the Couture Collection. I can’t describe how excited I was, when I saw this for the first time. Not only because of how beautiful it looks, but also the concept of it. The perfect christmas gift for the beautylover or for yourself.
The new CHANEL COLLECTION LIBRE 2018 is here, and it’s a stunner. It features deep gold shades and metallic textures. For the lips, we have the iconic red shades in different kinds of finishes. The CHANEL holiday makeup collection 2018 collection also showcases three exclusive creations, which are absolutely stunning. Lucia Pica adopts Gabrielle Chanel’s beloved lion icon, which will give the products a wild twist. It doesn’t matter, which product you try, they will all give you a very glamorous result.
The holiday collections have started to arrive at the beauty counters, which means it’s time to swatch and review them! The first collection that I am reviewing this year is the one from NARS. Forget the classic shades and packaging, the collection is inspired by the iconic punk fashion of the 1970s. Time to uncover your inner rebel. View Post
The marbled lipsticks are back this season! For a limited time only, make the ultimate lip statement with the GIVENCHY Rouge Interdit Marbled Lipstick. Adapting to any skin tone thanks to the magic pigment which reacts with the natural pH of the lips, it creates a customised colour to suit every wearer and last all day. View Post
After nine CHANEL beauty collections so far, Lucia Pica considers texture for the FALL / WINTER 2018 COLLECTION, where it’s all about matte surfaces and vibrant colors. Even the packaging of the eyeshadows and lip products are completely matte. According to Pica, you need a little extra help from color now it’s fall and as the light darkens outside. Since the winter is coming, your skin will grow paler, you are more covered up with clothes and you have the opportunity to create stronger looks. You get to play with color, to bring the face back into prominence.