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Pucci Adds Vibrant Hint of the Italian Riveria to Summer Makeup Collection

May. 9th, 2012 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
Geurlain and Pucci Summer Collection
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French skincare and beauty brand Guerlain and fashion designer Emilio Pucci, both represented by Neiman Marcus, have united to launch Guerlain by Emilio Pucci. This unique pairing of fashion-forward beauty will arrive at the luxury shopping destination, Neiman Marcus this month. The collection is based on the essence of summer on the Mediterranean Riviera and features a Pucci signature, blue floral design combined with flamed swirls, which has been taken from a vintage campaign. The summer collection features several products including the hybrid Terra Azzurra Bronzing Powder & Blush, containing a pretty coral hue, fuchsia pink, light pink and bronze terracotta. The compact is designed to fit into an ebony-polished compact and sits perfectly into a Pucci-print pouch.

The classic Geurlain Meteorites feature pearls of blue, pink, green, champagne, and orange to help balance uneven tones in the complexion while offering a golden glow to skin not yet touched by summer sun. The Blu Acqua liner is a lovely extension of the original Guerlain Khol Kajal; with a Pucci touch, Blu Acqua brings colorful accents to all eye shades. Ecrin 4 Couleurs Eye Shadow in Capri feature corals and pinks that are in keeping with the Italian Riviera theme. Le 2 Mascara in Blu is an extension of beautiful Italian waters, and the Terracotta Gloss is offered in three summery shades: Porto Fino, Porto Ercole, and Porto Azzurro, which are, respectively, coral pink, brown spice, and transparent. The Italian-inspired hues will be available starting May 1st.

For more information visit Guerlain.com.





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