Two new releases in the beauty world this week.
From FENTY BEAUTY:
Introducing brand new shades of your favorite Fenty Beauty products launching just in time for fall. The game-changing and portable Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palette is expanding with two new limited-edition paletes: 9-Wine (a rich blend of rich neutral and burgundy shades) and 10-Money (vivid pops of forest green). Use them solo, or snap together any two palettes to double your collection while keeping it perfectly compact. Then, complete your eye look with the ultimate do-it-all Full Frontal Volume, Lift & Curl Mini Mascara, now available in two mini limited-edition shades for unexpected pops of color – Mi$$ Merlot (burgundy) and Ivy League (forest green) – created by Rihanna to pair with the new Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palettes.
Last but not least, Fenty Beauty is adding Underdawg (deep burgundy) to the Stunna Lip Paint family. The same weightless, longwear liquid lipstick formula you know and love in a deep burgundy shade that flatters all skin tones.
From PAT MCGRATH:
A luminous love letter to ravishing roses, this limited edition MTHRSHP ROSE DECADENCE eye palette pays tribute with six stunning rose-centric shades, ranging from poetic pinks to radiant metallics and a dynamic fuchsia duochrome. Each of these powerful pigments, made with PAT McGRATH LABS’s award-winning, proprietary formula, deliver intense, yet highly-blendable colour in a single swipe.
“2020, The Year of The Rose at PAT McGRATH LABS, which kicked off with our First-Ever Global Face, the legendary Naomi Campbell, continues with the sensual six-pan MTHRSHP ROSE DECADENCE. With stunning shades ranging from poetic pink, captivating coral and radiant metallics to a futuristic fuchsia blazing with ultraviolet sparks, these lightweight, ultra-blendable shades adorn eyes with tantalising textures, delivering a grandiflora array of luxurious looks,” said McGrath.
MTHRSHP ROSE DECADENCE made its debut at the Fall 2020 Haute Couture presentations. At MAISON MARGIELA, designer John Galliano proclaimed, “There’s no more nightlife, so let’s have a Zoom party.” MTHRSHP ROSE DECADENCE — applied with New Romantic excess, and never in the same way on two models — captured the electric, eccentric energy of ’70s Blitz Kids. At MAISON VALENTINO, held at the legendary Cinecittà movie studios in Rome, models literally danced in the air while images of surreal blooms in saturated shades were projected onto the exquisite, elongated gowns. The kaleidoscopic lights illuminated the soft, subliminal dreamscape of MTHRSHP ROSE DECADENCE shades dusted across lids, cheeks and lips.