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February 9, 2009

Estée Lauder Rolls Out Fuschia Now Collection


 
Taking cues from the spring runways, Estée Lauder’s new, limited edition Fuchsia Now Color
Collection features a palette of bold colors combined with soft neutrals. Pairing warm honey and tender peach shades with vibrant fuchsia, the look aims to flatter every skin tone. Cheeks bloom with a hint of fresh color, while eyes allure in shades of deep indigo and rich earth tones. Lips are full, soft and lustrous and are enhanced by perfectly polished nails in complementary shades. Soft petal designs, featured in the collection’s powder compact and eye shadow palettes, highlight the vibrant fuchsia touches and reinforce the season’s upbeat and lighthearted mood.

More info: www.esteelauder.com

Lush Shaves the Planet



The latest rollout from green purveyor Lush is Shave the Planet ($14.95), a shaving cream brimming
with natural ingredients. Ideal for those who want to do their bit for the earth while keeping their skin soft, smooth and stubble free, this shaving cream soothes and reduces redness while promoting skin repair, according to the company.
   
Shave the Planet contains a blend of fair trade organic shea butter and cupuaca butter, rose absolute to help soothe sore skin, and lavender and organic jojoba oil to help heal damaged skin. It is rich in antioxidant vitamin E, acai juice, pumpkinseed oil, cold-pressed rose hip oil and wheatgerm oil.
   
More info: www.lush.com


New Bill Blass Couture EDP Exclusively at Saks



New Bill Blass Couture 8 ($150), created by perfumers at Drom Fragrances, will be available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue. The Bill Blass fabric selected for the inspiration of this new fragrance is an intricately embroidered garment from the Spring 2009 Bill Blass Couture Collection, according to the company.  The number “8” signifies the Spring of 1968 when Bill Blass created a garden coat covered with flowers for Maurice Rentner.

More info: www.billblass.com


Simple Wipes Now at Duane Reade



In 1960, Simple had a radical idea—create a perfume- and color-free soap to gently cleanse even the most sensitive skin. Now, Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes ($6) are available in the U.S. at 250 Duane Reade locations throughout New York City. A cult favorite in the UK, Cleansing Facial Wipes instantly and effectively cleanse without water. The gentle wipes whisk away all makeup—even waterproof mascara—while refreshing and toning in one step.

More info: www.simple.co.uk

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