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Estée Lauder Spring/Summer 15 Collection Preview

March 24, 2015

When I think about luxury, I think champagne, 5-star hotels and beautiful beauty products.

Luxurious beauty products make me feel straight-up fancy.

My sneak peek at Estée Lauder’s Spring/Summer 15 collection left me with some great makeup application tips and amazing new products to try.


M Fab’s Favourite Technique Tip:

X Marks the Spot. I can be a bit of a blush fiend and so will immediately start incorporating this excellent tip into my daily blushing.

To get the perfect cheek – the key is to highlight, contour and then blush.

But instead of dipping your blush brush in a whole load of product (*guilty) and then brushing your whole cheek, from lobe to apple – just dip one side of your brush in product and make an ‘X’ motion on the apple of your cheek. That’s it. That’s all you need because the highlight and contour done ahead of time will draw the eye towards the colour, so no need for colour over kill!

M Fab’s Favourite New Products

It was really hard for me to select just a few products to mention here. There truly are so many amazing additions to their already solid collection.

It was the texture of their Double Wear Perfecting Loose Powder that had me at hello.

It felt like silk pajamas. In Paris. While eating the best croissant of your life.


Seriously, all my senses were in awe. The texture, the smell, the perfect level of coverage.

I also loved their new collaboration with the iconic 60s-inspired brand Courrèges. Found in select Sephora stores only, I loved the fun, round packaging, and the iridescent quality of their illuminator that gives a ‘lit from within’ aesthetic.


And finally, the Bronze Goddess fragrance and make-up collection. This collection has a strong following, so to appease their fans, they added new fragrances (that smells like the most perfect holiday) and makeup for the face and body. Kiss that pasty Canadian winter skin goodbye.


There is so much more good stuff, but ain’t nobody got time to read a novel. If you do want to learn more – reach out to me on Twitter (@immfab).

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