Friday, March 13, 2009

Beauty Buzz: Estee Lauder Makeup Collection Vivid Garden, Summer 2009


Estee Lauder created two not just one summer makeup collections: Vivid Garden and Bronze Goddess. Choose the look that appeals to you most... Be a sultry gold goddess or a flower fairy.

Today I will have a look at the Vivid Garden collection. Just imagine yourself on a warm sunny day in a garden surrounded by bright flowers in full bloom and exotic butterflies… Nothing perks up your mood like bright summer colors! With Estee Lauder Vivid Garden collection you can enjoy beautiful shades of pink and lavender, blue and aqua, lychee and peach.
Vivid Garden Illuminating Powder (Limited Edition)

Duo-Tone Eye Pencil in Onyx Pearl (Limited Edition)

Jasmine Garden Look
Signature Eyeshadow Quad in Jasmine Garden (Limited Edition)

Pure Color Illuminating Gloss in Lotus Blossom (Limited Edition)

Pure Color Crystal Lipstick in Sweet Lychee (Limited Edition)

Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Lotus Blossom (Limited Edition)

Another look called Orchid Garden is available exclusively at Nordstrom so I’m not sure about its availability in Europe.

Signature Eyeshadow Quad in Orchid Garden (Limited Edition)

Pure Color Illuminating Gloss in Peach Blossom (Limited Edition)

Pure Color Crystal Lipstick in Crystal Coral

Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Peach Blossom (Limited Edition)

Related Posts:
Makeup Trends Spring 2009 - Complexion
Makeup Trends Spring 2009 - Lips
Makeup Trends Spring 2009 - Eyes

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3 comments:

* Fashion Dreamer * said...

Such a pretty makeup collection!

Skin Care Secrets said...

Estee Lauder never fails in their presentation, do they? Just beautiful!

I'm sure everyone would love to fill their beauty collection with all of these treasures.

BeautyTalk said...

@ Fashion Dreamer, @ Skin Care Secrets
Yes! You can always rely on Estee Lauder for quality and presentation. Wait till you see their Bronze Goddess Collection... perfect for hot and sexy summer ;-)

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