Fall at YSL takes on street style with the introduction of the Fall/Winter Collection, Pretty Metal. The look has a tough girl, rebel-chic vibe, with a focus on the eyes. The Metal Clash Palette (featuring debossed metal studs) is gorgeous and since the look focuses on the eyes, the rest of the face is kept minimal.
The YSL Fall Look 2015 includes:
Metal Clash Palette ($60) with new eyeshadow shades of jewel gold, red burgundy, dark plum, chocolate brown and light lilac. It’s gorgeous!
Poudre Compact Radiance Perfection Universelle ($47) is YSL’s first HD translucent powder (it’s about time!). This powder mattifies, sets foundation, blurs imperfections, giving a flawless finish. I happen to adore YSL powders; available in one universal shade, it’s worth the spend.
Couture Kajal Eye Pencil ($35) – what would a rock and roll eye be without the perfect smudged eyeliner? Soft and smokey, the Couture Kajal Eye Pencil gives 12 hour wear in four ultra-pigmented shades: Noir Ardent, Bleu Cobalt, Bleu Petrole and Vert Anglais.
Couture Brow ($35) – with all the emphasis on brows, YSL introduces Couture Brow, a buildable, tinted brow mascara that shades and holds brows in place. In two shades: Brun Dore and Blond Cendre.
Rouge Volupté Shine Lipstick ($36) is one of my all-time lip formulas (I am seriously powerless to resist). For Fall, three new shades are introduced: 34 Rose in Sound, 35 Fuchsia in Grunge and 36 Rouge in Rock. Rouge Volupté Shines have sheer coverage, shine and are so comfortable to wear. Love!
Gloss Volupte Lip Gloss ($32) is a lightweight, nonsticky gloss. For Fall, three new shades are introduced: 49 Terriblement Fuchsia, 51 Rose Lurex and 52 Violet Sequins.
Disclosure: Affiliate links have been used in the post, which means that purchasing through the site helps to support and maintain Beauty411.