NEW “Silken Pearl” skin-balancing primer powder

 

Silken Pearl Primer Powder takes the moisture-balancing properties of silk powder combined with pearl powder and allantoin. The result? A primer powder perfectly suited for those who need to bring their skin “into balance”. Whether your skin is too oily, too dry, too sensitive or simply aging… Silken Pearl Primer Powder, applied in a thin layer prior to your mineral foundation, will provide you with a strong foundation.

Silken Pearl Primer Powder is available in the original shade, as well as a neutral tinted formula. Less is more… apply too much can create a chalky appearance.

Beneficial Ingredients:

Silk Powder is a natural moisture-adjusting ingredient which benefits your skin with 18 amino acids. Silk can absorb or release moisture as temperature or humidity changes.

Pearl powder has been used for centuries in Asia and is believed to promote youthful, glowing and healthy skin. Pearl powder contains 31% Calcium and 56% Protein as well as an assortment of amino acids.

Allantoin enhances the moisture retention of the skin, increases skin softness, and promotes cell regeneration and healing.

 Try a sample of our newest primer powder in your next order!

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NEW “Silken Pearl” skin-balancing primer powder

fall/winter 2012 red eyeshadow trend… would you wear it?

Colorful, selectively-applied cosmetics can be found in every shade of the rainbow on the runways… but red seems to have made the biggest impact.

Fall 2012 Makeup Trends - Best Makeup Trends for Fall 2012 - Harper's BAZAAR

Image: Fall’s Best Makeup Trends, images from Harper’s Bazaar

Talisman is a deep, vivid burgundy with smoke undertones and a brilliant red luster. From Aromaleigh's metallic mineral eyeshadow collection, "ALCHEMIE", based on v1's "Elemental Lustre".Superstition is a deep indigo purple shade with sparkles of blue and garnet. From Aromaleigh's metallic mineral eyeshadow collection, "ALCHEMIE", based on v1's "Elemental Lustre".

With the right application and shade of red, it seems like this trend can work for just about anyone. The key is finding what works best for you. Looks ranging from delicately-lined pops of vivid red eyeliner to dramatic crimson halos encircling the eyes with deep wine tones- are all the rage.

Jolie is a lush burgundy wine with bright violet shimmer. From Aromaleigh Mineral Cosmetic's "Bete Noire" Mineral Eyeshadow Collection... http://www.aromaleigh.com/nebnomieyco.htmlPASQUA is a brilliant warm red frost with sparks of red.    CHIARA is an Aromaleigh v2 stock collection, inspired by the range of best-selling, frost eyeshadows of Aromaleigh v1, the "Gothic Lolita" Eyeshadow collection.    http://www.aromaleigh.com/newcshjetomi.html

And it appears that the age-old adage of “never match your eyeshadow to your clothing” has been thrown out completely!

"Siren", from the Aromaleigh "Pure Eyes Frost" Eyeshadow Collection.    Siren has a frost finish in a rich warm reddish shade.    The "Pure Eyes Frost" collection is based on Aromaleigh v1's "Pure Eyes Frost" Collection, but with an expanded and improved color selection.    "Siren" does not have any Aromaleigh v1 shades that it is similar to, but shades such as Zinfandel or Tuscany come to mind..    http://www.aromaleigh.com/pueynafrmiey.htmlGIULIANA is a a rich, deep frosted garnet with bright rose sparks.    CHIARA is an Aromaleigh v2 stock collection, inspired by the range of best-selling, frost eyeshadows of Aromaleigh v1, the "Gothic Lolita" Eyeshadow collection.    http://www.aromaleigh.com/newcshjetomi.html

 

Images from Style.com:

at Donna Karan…

Royal rouge, white highlights. Fall 2012, Marni

at Marni…

Red eye. Bare minimal face Fall 2012 Donna Karan

at Donna Karan…

Warm neutrals, pale lips. Fall 2012, Marni

at Marni…

Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture

at Christian Dior Haute Couture…

 

 

fall/winter 2012 red eyeshadow trend… would you wear it?