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The blushes were particularly impressive too. They had an amazing, unique texture. They are a powder formula yet feel amazingly creamy, velvety and moisturising. The colour blends beautifully and moves easily on the skin.
The packaging is beautiful – real old school glamour that looks and feels super expensive. I’d be proud to pull one of these babies out of my bag.
And talking of expensive, the range is just that. The foundations are £60, the quads are £62 and the lipsticks are £35, just to give you an idea. But you know what…? I would pay it! They really would make the ultimate treat for any makeup lover.
The range previews in Harrods, Selfridges London, Harvey Nichols London and Brown Thomas Dublin from 3rd September 2011, and then hits all Tom Ford Private Blend counters nationwide from 3rd October 2011.
The launch includes two gorgeous new fragrances, Tom Ford Jasmine Rouge and Tom Ford Santal Blush. Both are super seductive and aim to capture the spirit of the beauty collection. The Jasmine Rouge is created to complement decadent colour on eyes, lips and cheeks, while the Santal Blush is for the natural, neutral tones of vanilla, cognac and bronze. Check them out. I loved them.
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