Clarins Colour Definition Autumn Collection is a strong addition to any woman’s make up arsenal. The collection focuses on dominant eyes for this season, with lips and cheeks taking on a more natural vibe. The whole collection consists of thirteen completely new items for eyes, face and lips, but let me just concentrate on two.
The Clarins Colour Definition 3D Radiance Face Powder flows onto the skin and is at once velvety smooth whilst working to enhance your radiance and give a flawless look to your complexion. The pressed powder continues the Clarins colour pixel embossed block design, that has an art deco flavour. The colour combinations contained within the classic Clarins pale gold compact will be the equal of all occasions and skin tones. The Beige and peach illuminates your skin tone whilst the pink and lilac add a fresh youthful glow.
The Eye Quartet Long Lasting Mineral Powder Palettes (in six colour combinations) are again housed in the signature gold compact case. Each contains four toning shades of satin and iridescent long lasting, super silky and blendable pressed mineral powder eye colour. The wet and dry formula palettes come with two foam tipped applicators; one for defining the eye and one for shading and blending.
There are some lovely autumn colours here for eyes – the rosewood palette has pinks and browns, graphite has some really amazing greys and pink, and our favourite violet palette has three wonderful purpley shades with a shimmering white.
Clarins Colour Definition for Autumn 2011 is available to buy now on counters. 3D Radiance Face Powder (£30), Eye Quartet Long Lasting Mineral Powder Palette (£30) in Rosewood, Indigo, Graphite and Violet, alongside Instant Liner (£19.50), Joli Rouge Lipsticks in Grenadine & Fig (£16.50) and Rouge Prodige Lipstick in Peach Sorbet, Rosy Coral & Creamy (£17).