Paul and Joe Sale Winter 2011 1

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First of all, apologies for the delay in posting about this stash update.

I have to admit that, ever since the last Paul & Joe winter sale, I had been waiting for the next one. (Paul & Joe does have items on sale during the summer sale, but the lineup is usually not as impressive, and I didn’t purchase any sale item last summer.) There were a lot of items on sale for the winter sale 2011, and, for the first time (that I can remember), holiday limited-edition items were sold at reduced prices at Paul & Joe counters right on the other side of Christmas.

(Unlike previous times, when nearly all items were 50% off, only makeup items were 50% off. Skincare and bodycare items were between 30% and 40% off.)

Here are the items I picked up from Paul & Joe’s winter sale 2011. (I won’t be reviewing them in-depth as most of them are no longer available. If you have any question, please do leave a comment or send me an e-mail.)

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- Color Powder CS in 072: a limited edition from the spring 2011 makeup collection. It includes a light pink beige and a light-to-medium warm gold. Out of the three Color Powder CS palettes from spring 2011, this one suits me the most.

Paul and Joe Color Powder CS 072 Spring 2011 Makeup 1

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Paul and Joe Color Powder CS 072 Spring 2011 Makeup 2

- Lip Gloss B in 002: a limited edition from the summer 2011 makeup collection. This one already caught my attention when I visited the counter to purchase the blue-toned 001. I like the cool tone of the pink and the lovely shimmer.

Paul and Joe Lip Gloss B 002 Summer 2011 Makeup 1

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- Ornamental Pressed Powder in 001: a limited edition from the holiday 2011 makeup collection. The beige sections are velvety matte and the pale pink sections contain shimmer. I love the reflective gold case.

Paul and Joe Ornamental Pressed Powder 001 Holiday 2011 Base Makeup 1

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Paul and Joe Ornamental Pressed Powder 001 Holiday 2011 Base Makeup 2

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- Treatment Oil: a facial oil containing meadowfoam seed oil, olive fruit oil, orange oil, sunflower seed oil, avocado oil, rosa canina fruit oil, jojoba seed oil, grape seed oil, and squalane. I will be using this with my hand cream. (This product is discontinued and is replaced by Facial Treatment Oil.)

Paul and Joe Treatment Oil Skincare 1

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- Moisture Cream: a facial moisturizer containing glycerin, butylene glycol, meadowfoam seed oil, jojoba seed oil, and petrolatum. I was waiting for this to be on sale (for about two years) so that I could add this jar to my permanent collection. (I didn’t purchase this to use on my face, as it contains alcohol (third on the ingredient list) and orange oil. This is why I would not pay the full price for this product.)

Paul and Joe Moisture Cream Skincare 1

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The summer sale is coming in two months’ time, and I will certainly be stopping by Paul & Joe again…

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Related posts:

Paul & Joe Summer 2012 Makeup Collection

Paul & Joe Spring/Summer 2012 Base Makeup Collection

Review: Paul & Joe Spring 2012 Makeup Collection

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Helz Nguyen Saturday, April 28, 2012

I love the packaging in pressed powder, looks gorgeous! I havent had a chance Paul & Joe products yet, but Im really intrigued to try the whitening serum!

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PJ Monday, April 30, 2012

Hi Helz,

I really like the packaging of Ornamental Pressed Powder as well. The reflective gold case really brings out the delicate chrysanthemum prints.

Thank you very much for posting your comment! :)

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Amy Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Hi PJ,

I am loving your blog! When do you think the Paul and Joe summer sale will start at Fenwicks? Or have I missed it? =O

Xxx

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PJ Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Hi Amy,

Thank you for your kind words! I am glad you enjoy reading my blog. :)

You haven’t missed it. Fenwick’s summer sale usually starts in the last week of June. I am certainly looking forward to it.

Thank you very much for your comment! :)

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