Tom Ford Beauty Latest Collection

Tom Ford Beauty’s latest collection is all about contrast, more specifically contrast between light and dark. Because the change of season doesn’t just mean new fashions in clothing; it’s also time to welcome the new beauty trends and makeup collections. Petal pinks lips and dark eyes are just two of those that made appearances on the autumn winter catwalks. And Tom Ford’s Fall 2013 Color Collection features plenty of useful tools to help.

The two amazing new eye colour palettes are the collection’s show-stoppers for me. One is a trio of smouldering grey shades called She Wolf, perfect for creating those dark eyes. The other is called In The Pink and includes pretty pink shades. But it’s the added sparkle shade in each of these palettes which caught my attention. Coming in a shade, complimenting the other two, these are explosions of iridescence. And they’re long-lasting with morning applicatin still going strong into the evening for me. But what I particularly love about this formula, is that it gives full on glitter but manages to avoid any of the gritty texture so often associated with sparkly eye shadows.

With graphic eye makeup still on trend, this new Tom Ford Beauty collection also includes an Eye Defining Pen which handily features two different tips types. This means you can use it to create dramatic lines to finer, more precise application. And finish with the new Tom Ford Ultra Length Mascara for extra-long lashes.

The new Tom Ford Beauty Collection also features four new Lip Color shades from easy to wear nudes to a fiery red and deep berry. And like the eye palettes, there are two nail lacquers: one a pretty pink and the other a mauve shade called Black Sugar of which I happen to be a massive fan. It’s easy to wear and super chic and there’s a subtle iridescence to it. And the new Tom Ford Eye Primer is a powder and cream compact which aims to give 15 hour staying power to shadow.

The TOM FORD FALL COLOR COLLECTION will be available from all TOM FORD COLOR counters from September 2013.

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