Les Merveilleuses de Ladurée Website Updated & Summer 2012 Makeup Collection

by PJ on Thursday, April 19, 2012

in -Les Merveilleuses de Ladurée,2012 Spring,2012 Summer,all about Japanese cosmetics,makeup

Les Merveilleuses de Laduree Spring Summer 2012 Makeup Website 1(image from www.lm-laduree.com)

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The official website of Les Merveilleuses de Ladurée is now featuring all the information on its launch collection for spring 2012 as well as the upcoming summer 2012 makeup collection (with 5 variations of Eye Color Palette and to be released in Japan on May 2nd). Do have a look!

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Sara Friday, April 20, 2012

Everything looks simply gorgeus!! I like all of the items, especially the eye shadow! The first shade has really great colcors.. The eye brow kit look good too but I don’t understand how the different colours are supposed to be used.. Hehe. I was thinkig of getting a Jill Stuart Lip Balm for next autumn, but now I’m not sure if you should get this new one insted.. Anyway, I’m so looking foward to the Realese in Europe! :)

Also, I’d loved to hear your (and everyone else’s) thoughts too!

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PJ Saturday, April 21, 2012

Hi Sara,

My favorite items from the current lineup are still the three blushers. Hopefully we will see them in Europe fairly soon!

The Eyebrow Palette comes with a cream base (the one on the right) and two powder shades. The cream base helps smooth out the eyebrow hair and helps the eyebrow powder stay longer.

There are different ways to use the two powder shades. The lighter shade can be used as the overall shade while the darker shade can be used in the middle of the eyebrows (the trunks of the eyebrows) to create natural depth and structure. Another way to use the two shades is to use the lighter shade on the inner 1/3 of the eyebrows and the darker shade for the rest.

I have seen other ways in Japanese beauty magazines (sometimes with eyebrow palettes with three shades), and you can always play with the various shades to find the best way for you.

Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts again! :)

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Sara Saturday, April 21, 2012

Ah, I see! Thanks for sharing! :) It’s always such a pleasure to learn new thigs, especially on make up!

I’m looking foward to future posts! :)

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PJ Sunday, April 22, 2012

You are very welcome, Sara! :)

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