CLINIQUE: Play in the Darks. Fall 2007

Clinique Play in the Darks Fall 2007

Rich, luxurious hues mark CLINIQUE’s modern fall collection: Play in the Darks.

Finding inspiration on the runways, this collection is all about elegance and sophistication with intense color that ranges from soft and sultry to bold and dramatic.

Clinique Play in the Darks Fall 2007

Play in the Darks. Fall 2007 has some wonderful treats in store for us– including new shades of the fabulous Brush-On Cream Liner and joining Black Honey (the Almost Lipstick that we all bow down before) are three new limited edition shades of the best-selling formula. Can you believe?!

Here’s the scoop:

Brush-On Cream Liner

  • Black Honey
  • Deep Brown
  • Graphite (limited edition)
  • Egyptian (limited edition)

Application Tip: Lightly dip the eye liner brush into the cream liner pot. For the most precise application, dab off any excess product on the back of your hand, using it as a palette. If you don’t have a steady hand, draw three dashes along your lash line—outer corner, middle, and inner corner. Then, go back and connect the dashes.

Almost Lipstick

  • Black Honey
  • Black Raisin (limited edition)
  • Black Raspberry (limited edition)
  • Black Plum (limited edition)

Color Surge Eye Shadow Trio

  • Black Truffle (limited edition)
  • Creme Brulée (limited edition)
  • Totally Neutral (new)
  • Blushing Nude (new)
  • Ebb and Flow (new)
  • Come Heather (new)

Blushing Blush Powder Blush

  • Sunset Glow
  • Smoldering Plum

And now, the most exciting news of the day (for us, anyway) is the NEW Clinique Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss. With all the treatment benefits of our beloved Superbalm Tinted Lip Treatment, this new luxurious gloss comes in a bigger tube and offers more moisture and shine. Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss comes in eight high-sheen shades to wear alone or over lipstick:

  • Apricot
  • Raspberry
  • Mango
  • Rootbeer
  • Lilac
  • Ginger
  • Currant
  • Grapefruit

Clinique Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss

Play in the Dark. Fall 2007 and Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss will be available beginning August 2007 at Clinique counters nationwide and at clinique.com.

*Find out how to re-create the Play in the Darks look here.

Comments

  • Superbalm Moisturizing Glosses?!?! I can’t wait! I’m ashamed to admit this but I’ve never tried th Black Honey Almost Lipstick….I’ll definitely have to try that out as well. Thanks for the info, Erika-your’s is one of the websites that I check out daily to see what’s new!

    Lauren (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • OMG! I’m so excited for the Black Truffle Trio, Egyptian Cream Liner, and the Superbalm Glosses. Thank you so much for writing such an excellent blog, I really look forward to reading everyday because it’s my favorite. Keep up the good work!

    Brittany (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • The model brings me back to 1980! I love that color is coming back. I too have never tried Black Honey Almost Lipstick. I may have to give it a try.

    kari (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • I LOVE Clinique’s lipglosses they’re heavenly, and now balm and lipgloss in one?? Damn Erika, u just made my day girl!!!! xoxo

    Saniya (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • Yikes! She looks like Lisa Hartman back on the days she was on Knots Landing. And that isn’t a good thing.

    7.20.07
  • I think these colors are gorgeous! I love Fall color collections.

  • Fabulous! I love it when a company actually LISTENS to its loyal fans and acts accordingly. I have been an enthusiast of Black Honey since 1992 and I adore the Almost Lipstick formulation. Now if only they would bring back my beloved Bronze Lilac! :-)

    Can’t wait to try the Black Raspberry…sounds gorgeous.

  • Does anyone know the products used on the model? I can’t find them on their website.

    Rebecca (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • Hi..does anyone know the lipstick on the model? Is that black honey?

    tammy (Reply)
    7.20.07
  • I can’t believe my eyes…..never guessed that glam face was Clinique. You’re not the “no makeup look” company any more!

    Christy (Reply)
    7.20.07

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