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In The Spotlight: Lancôme’s 29 St. Honoré (Oo la la!)

September 30, 2011

With our October issue hitting newsstands and mailboxes today, we’re saying goodbye to September and welcoming a fantastic month of fashion, football and pumpkin spice everything. But before we do, we wanted to share one last makeup score we discovered when combing the area for cosmetics to feature in our last issue. It’s bright, it’s glittery and it makes us feel like it’s still summer and we’re jetting off to France. Say hello to Lancôme’s 29 St. Honoré multi-color powder blush.

Embossed with a Parisian city scene (and detailed with glitter!), the colors used in the blush palate are pink and tan tones, which allows you to hold on to your summer glow a little bit longer.

Part of Lancôme’s Fall 2011 Color Collection, 29 St. Honoré is named after the original Parisian Lancôme boutique that was established on this Paris street in 1935 and is an elegant choice for any woman with the urge to travel, be glamorous and saunter through the Parisian streets (or the streets of downtown Madison!) Created by Lancôme Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey, the collection showcases many rouges, including grays, beiges and lip and nail shades dressed in classic red. These colors represent the true Madison (or Parisian) woman–a model of chic sophistication.

Splurge on a new makeup item (or two!) for this new fall season and feel like you’re in the City of Lights! Lancôme’s new collection can be found at Boston Store in West Towne and East Towne Malls and at Macy’s at Hilldale.

Au revoir!

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