Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection

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Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection has a secret or two, inspired by the eternally gorgeous Audrey Hepburn, in the form of a hidden message inscribed into their compacts this season.

Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection

Shade 54 Cache-Cache (limited edition)

Prismissime Eyes , a 9-color eyeshadow collection, cleverly holds an array of camouflage inspired colors along with Audrey Hepburn’s personal philosophy engraved on the mirror: Style for Life.

Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection

Shade 10 Secret Rose (limited edition)Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection

Prisme Again! Secret Blush, a powder blush quartet, beautifully displays the Givenchy 4G logo on the squares of fuschia, peach, mauve, and yellow powder blush designed to light up the face with a natural glow. This exclusive quartet offers more words of wisdom from Audrey Hepburn engraved on the mirror: Laugh Often.

Balancing out the bold eyes of the Prismissime Eye palette are two nude hues of Rouge Interdit, Givenchy’s star lipstick, in 25 Rose Caprice and 26 Voluptuous Nude.

New to the Givenchy makeup brand this season is Prisme Foundation, a palette of complementary powder foundation colors to create a flawless finish for every complexion. Swirled together, the four colors blend all over the face to camouflage flaws and enhance features. Individual hues can also be used to highlight and contour.

Prisme Foundation Shaping Powder Makeup is available in 7 versatile shades:

  • Shaping Ivory-1
  • Shaping Rose-2
  • Shaping Beige-3
  • Shaping Amber-4
  • Shaping Honey-5
  • Shaping Brown-6
  • Shaping Copper-7

Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection

Givenchy Fall 2007 Collection is available beginning August 2007 at select Saks Fifth Avenue and Sephora stores.

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Comments

  • I always take notes when reading your site and I just realized that I wrote every product down in this post. Must haves, the entire way through. I have to say how excited I am for the complementary powders. I have such trouble finding the “right” face makeup for my skin tone, which is somewhere between Casper Fair and Neutral. I know, right? Usually I have to buy two in everything in one stop down and one stop up and then mix. I’ve had some luck with the Lancome Photogenic line, but I’m definitely looking forward to the Prisme Foundation powder palette for a true match that I can control myself. I’m salivating right now just thinking about it. Thanks!!!

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