September 7, 2011 by Beauty Booty 411

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Loves It: Modern Mercury by Tom Pecheux for Estée Lauder

I could not love this collection any more. The Limited Edition Modern Mercury Collection is available at Estée Lauder counters now but will only be available for a limited time. I am a fan of Tom Pecheux‘s collections in general but this one really caught my eye. I love the use of neutrals combined with this deep. lust-worthy red lip colour. Read on to get more info on this limited edition collection and see some more fabulous photos.

The Pure Color Illuminating Powder Gelée ($45) is by far, my fave part of this collection. It’s a subtle shimmer that highlights the cheekbones just right. With the neutral trend taking centre stage this fall, it’ll be extra important to make sure you don’t end up looking washed out.

 

The Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Scarlet Siren ($32) has also got me weak at the knees. I love how the shade has been adapted to the season, with a deep, sensual and bold look. So gorgeous. If red isn’t your thing, Pure Color Velvet Lipstick in Nude Velvet ($32) might be — who can say no to the perfect nude hue for fall?

Pure Color EyeShadow Duo in Modern Mercury ($34) — the neutral palette is hot for the upcoming season and these gorgeous greens prove neutrals are anything but boring. Who else is dying to get their hands on this?

Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Metallic Sage ($25) — Nail polish with a shimmering finish is the perfect accessory for fall 2011. Are you into this funky sage shade?

Which fall 2011 trends are you looking forward to most? Is the neutral trend doing it for you?

 

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1 Comment »

  1. Rola says:

    I can’t get over how pretty the powder gelee looks in the compact! All the colors are so beautiful and wearable:)

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