Lancome Spring 2011 Collection

Yes, we’re in December, and here I am talking about Lancome’s Spring 2011 collection!  But all our presents are opened, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for the new year, and we know you can’t either.

Lancome’s Spring 2011 collection is called Ultra Lavande and is an updated but throwback look from the ’80’s.  The feature is an ’80’s pastal lavender and I have not seen it in person, so I’m just hoping that it is warm enough for me to pull off!

Aaron de Mey created the collection and the muse/model is Carine Roitfeld’s daughter, Julia Restoin Roitfeld.

The star product is a compact called Butterflies Fever Blush in Glowy Ballerine ($48), and I am hoping that it is neither too shimmery nor too purple because I will not be able to wear it otherwise.

My must haves include the Ombre Magnetique in Disco Gold ($46) (I’m sure I can pair this with almost any shadow), the Artliner gel liner in Ultra-Lavande ($38), and the nail polishes that come in Disco Silver and Ultra Lavande ($16 each).

I am feeling in a disco glitter kind of mood already!

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4 Responses to Lancome Spring 2011 Collection

  1. Clare says:

    Yay, thanks so much for the sneak peek! You guys got this in Canada before we did here in the states. But it just came out on their website today and I ordered the butterfly blush as well as a few other things. Can’t wait to try them out!

  2. Henna says:

    Hey Clare, I have more pictures coming up! Glad you found this post helpful!

  3. christie says:

    Do you know when this will be in stores in Canada?

  4. Henna says:

    Probably as of Feb. 1st. If you are in a rush, head over to Holt Renfrew since they post most of their collections earlier than most department stores. You can also pre-buy stuff if you really want something.

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