It looks like it’s set to be a VERY merry Christmas – as Clinque have revealed some of their latest must-have products at an exclusive breakfast launch.
The Taste of Clinique, held at the Rainforest Street Social in Surry Hill, showcased some of the brand’s top selling products from this year along with their latest new goodies set to appear in 2013!
Flying off the shelves has been the Clinique High Impact Mascara, which retails at $38. The mascara contains a built-in-base of polymers, which when layered onto the lashes create a wide eye dramatic look.
Adding a heap of colour is the Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm, which retails at $35 and has become a worldwide phenomenon. As well as providing statement pouts with it’s colourful range. It also pampers and protects the lips, as it has a special blend of butters and oils in it to moisturise them all day long.
Also causing a storm this year has been the Clinique’s NEW Moisture Surge Intense Skin Fortifying Hydrator, which repairs skin and helps it stay hydrated.
Top make-up Jenna Menard is a massive fan, revealing it helped her at this year’s New Work Fashion Week.
“Moisture Surge Intense was essential to prepping the models’ skin so that I had a good base before placing foundation where needed. It plumped the skin and gave it the luminous finish that was essential to the look,” she said in an official statement.
As well as a heap of other goodies, which will be revealed in due course, the Clinique camp have announced that they are giving away ten glitzy prizes to their phone savvy beauty buyers!
Don’t miss your chance! All you need to do is log onto the Clinique mobile website and purchase something using your smart phone before January 22! There are ten give aways worth over $300 and the lucky winners will be revealed on January 23!
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