Victoria Beckham releases her second make up collection with Estée Lauder on September 1st. I am so excited to see it! The colours look gorgeous, smoky, sultry and feature a minimal vibe. Less is more. Its about pairing soft smokey eyes with signature nude matte lips. Glowing, healthy looking skin with a touch of bronzer and gloss to highlight those cheekbones. Simple, easy make up that always looks good.
The collection features more products than the first and more colours available. But the premise is effortless make up that highlights your features whether thats killer contour or effortless smokey eyes. I’m keen to try out her eye ink mascara as I’m always on the look out for a mascara that performs and doesn’t end up round my eyes by the end of the day. Nothing worse than panda eyes by 4pm!
VBxEL Signature Make Up Look
Morning Aura Illuminating Créme
Skin perfecting powder
Aura gloss in honey
Eye Ink Mascara in Blackest
Skin prepped and ready to go; the perfect starting base for highlighting your features.
VBxEL Paris Make Up Look
Eye Matte Duo in Noir / Vanille
Eye Metals in Blonde Gold
Eye Foil in Burnt Anise
Eye Ink Matte Eyeliner in Blackest
Eye Kajal in Black Saffron / Vanille
Matte Lipstick in Black Cassis
VBxEL London Make Up Look
Eye Palette including Blanc, Noir, Gris and Bordeaux
Eye Metals in Bitter Clove
Eye Ink in Black Myrrh
Smudgy Matte Eyeliner in Graphite
Eye Kajal in Black Saffron/Vanille
Lip Pencil in Victoria
Matte Lipstick in Victoria
I really hope they will stock it at the Estée Edit shop on Carnaby Street. I can’t wait to have a closer look! I’ve got my eye on the mascara, nude lipstick and the eye foil in blonde gold. I feel like these could be the products that transition my make up from summer to autumn and through to winter. I’m keen to see what the formula is like on the eye kajal too. As I like one that glides on easily, is the blackest of blacks and smokes out nicely buy doesn’t budge once dry. Clearly I ask a lot of my make up!
What products do you have your eye on?
Photographs are not mine, they are from the original campaign. Credit to Estée Lauder and Victoria Beckham.