Paris in the Spring: Lancome’s New Hues

Spring 2015 CreativeWouldn’t it be lovely if we could all pack a bag full of floral flocks and head to Paris for the springtime? If that’s your plan, then enjoy it, girl. But the rest of us will be sitting here in marginally nice weather wearing inspired makeup to get us through. I get tons of press releases on new makeup collections or seasonal colors every day, but Lancome’s new looks for the spring ahead are just too gorgeous not to share.

9Pan_MyFrenchPaletteInspired Eyes — The new, nine-pan shadow palette is soft as a spring breeze and punchy as those first buds. Neutrals and pinks work in perfect combination for creating the illusion of larger, brighter eyes. While the teal accents are a wonderful way to add a pop of color. $58. I’m also loving the new waterproof liners in Tuileries and Gris Rivoli, ideal for turning up the volume without the weight of black. $27 each. Transition from day to evening easily in this killer combo. And by the way, how gorg is the art on the eye shadow palette?

Lovely Lips — I can’t get enough of the fresh, happy glosses and sticks in this collection. Warm, cinnamon-y neutrals, bold and cheerful pinks, come-hither shimmer… it’s all too much. Be sassy, sweet, or whatever fits your fancy with these Spring-in-Paris-inspired colors. I’m a long-devoted Lancome girl and can vouch for not only the awesome pigmentation but smooth application and long-lasting color of their lip products.


Lip Lover glosses, $23.50 each; Color Design Lipstick, $22.50 each.

Nail It — I want every single bottle and I know you will, too. Keep it simple with a hint of pink, go lavender-y nude, or have fun with bold turquoise. These high-shine, quality polishes are covetable and classic. $15.50 each. These awesome producsts and the rest of the collection is now available at your local Lancome makeup counter and online at


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Jenny Studenroth is a cosmetics junkie and bridal blogger from New York City. After graduating from Middlebury College in 2007 with a creative writing degree, she went on to the beauty departments at Elle and the Wall Street Journal magazines, before becoming a freelance writer. Her wedding blog is Jenny and her husband Josh split their time between Brooklyn and Washington, DC along with their cat Dolce and pup Harry. The family is expecting their first human baby in the fall.