Blossoming Into Spring

13Mar10

SPRING BEAUTY TRENDS: These freshly picked offerings from Women’s Wear Daily, include extracts and inspirations from the flowers and plants found in a blossoming garden. The scents are fresh and airy and the make-up palettes are light and rosey. These classic products with subtle updates for a new season are deliciously delightful.


Bobbi Brown Orchid Color Strips Palette


These ladylike shades of lilacs, pinks and reds can be used on eyes, lips and cheeks for a fanciful, flower-inspired spring color statement. $90 (Bobbi Brown counters, bobbibrown.com)

Jo Malone London The Red Roses Fragrance Chronicle


First introduced on Valentine’s Day in 1996, the original Red Roses fragrance is updated in a set that pairs it with complementary scents to reveal its various facets. $95 (Saks)

MAC Give Me Liberty of London


MAC partners with Liberty, whose floral fabrics are a favorite of fashionistas everywhere, for its spring collection. Colorful, garden-inspired patterns add a chic edge to the makeup brand’s classic packaging. $14.50 to $25 (MAC counters and boutiques, maccosmetics.com)

Annick Goutal Ninfeo Mio


For their latest effort, perfumers Camille Goutal and Isabelle Doyen took as their inspiration the gardens of Ninfa, near Rome, home to medieval ruins, lush evergreens, ripe citrus, fig trees and the picturesque Ninfeo River.
$120 (annickgoutal.com)


Tarte Flower Child Limited-Edition Best-Selling Eyeshadow Palette


Within the violet, flower-filled packaging is a wardrobe of muted bright shadows inspired by vintage flowers. A double-ended brush and two liners, in jade and brown, ensure eyes pop. $44 (Sephora)

Photos courtesy of WWD
-J.SAAB
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