Lancôme Fall 2008 Collection

by PJ on Monday, June 2, 2008

in -Lancôme, 2008 Fall, makeup

I just came across images of Lancôme’s fall 2008 collection on a Japanese blog.

According to the writer, the theme of Lancôme’s fall 2008 makeup collection is The Beauty of India, which is reflected by the product designs. Do check out the link to enjoy the images.

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

dawn. Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Hey PJ!
Read one of your very old post and found out you use freshel C [kanebo] before? Have you stopped using it?? How come? Was thinking of trying it ^^
Where did you purchase ur Free Plus btw??


innerchild Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Hi! I’m innerchild from MUA. I find myself coming here often for info on Japanese/Korean beauty products. It’s hard to find good, reliable info in English. Thanks for making this blog, it’s very helpful! Btw, the Lancome Fall India collection looks neat! Will it come out in the States by any chance?


PJ Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Hi Dawn,

Thank you for your questions.

I used a Freshel deep cleansing face wash and a couple of skincare samples, and this was about several years ago. (I think the products were discontinued quite a while ago.) It was the period when I enjoyed trying out various skincare products, and I wasn’t planning on re-purchasing the cleanser.

As for Freeplus, I purchased them during trips to Asia.

But, currently, skincare-wise, I tend to use what is available here in the UK. (The last time I purchased a Freeplus product was about two years ago.)

Thank you very much for stopping by my blog again! :)


PJ Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Hi Innerchild,

Thank you very much for reading my blog and for your kind words!

I am presuming that the items you see in the photos of the Lancôme Fall 2008 collection will be available internationally. It seems that the main limited-edition star items in Lancôme’s main seasonal collections are usually available globally, so I think you will be seeing them later this year. I look forward to seeing them in person as well!

Thank you very much for your comment. Hope to hear from you again soon! :)


Abha Friday, June 6, 2008

Hi PJ,

Just saw the Lancome’s India collection. I love the lotus. But the elephant looks not very cute the way it should actually look. If Lancome was trying to ape the Indian elephant then its really different. I am from India and I guess Lancome could have done a better job on this one!


PJ Saturday, June 7, 2008

Hi Abha,

Thank you for telling me about your thoughts on Lancôme’s fall 2008 collection. The Lotus does look very nice. Purely on the designs, I would prefer it to the powder as well. But I’d still look forward to seeing the full collection in person. It seems to be quite a unique collection from Lancôme.

Thank you very much for your comment again. Have a good weekend! :)


bendystraws Sunday, June 22, 2008

Hi! I’m bendystraws a newcomer to your blog, I must say it’s quite amazing!

I think I’m going to have to live off bread and water this fall considering all my favorite brands (Dior, Anna Sui, Lancome, and Chanel) are coming out with such pretty limited editions and colours! I absolutely adore the lotus!


PJ Monday, June 23, 2008

Hi Bendystraws,

Thank you very much for reading my blog.

Usually I buy more makeup items from spring releases, but some of the fall collections this years are looking very good indeed. There are definitely things I am saving up for. I’ll see what happens when I see some of these collections in person. :)

Thank you for posting your comment, and hope to hear from you again! :)


Ebontien Sunday, July 20, 2008


I was wondering if the Lotus was a Asia-only item as it hasn’t appeared on any of the other blogs. In those, the star product seems to be just the elephant compact.


PJ Monday, July 21, 2008

Hi Ebontien,

I have been wondering about this too, but I have seen the Lotus on this blog post:

So I wouldn’t think this item will be exclusive to Asia, but it might come out later in North America. We’ll see, and do let me know if you come across it in the shops.

Thank you very much for stopping by and posting your comment again! :)


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