NEW RANGE OF COUTURE COLOURS REVEALED IN COLOR RICHE LIPSTICK COLLECTION
By The Beauty Hub | September 14th, 2015 | Brands,Editors Pick,News
L’Oreal’s new range pays homage to Color Riche with 20 new lipsticks in creamy and matte colours inspired by French attitude and flair, each shade boasting an even creamier texture and lacquered shine.
The new shades borrows from the best of the L’Oréal Paris Color Riche line and will transform lips from ordinary to extraordinary with a vast palette of flamboyant pinks, ruby reds, deep corals and laid-back beige – colours to suit every personality and mood, for every look and occasion. Women in the GCC will appreciate the addition of precious oils that have been added to soothe and moisturise the lips.
Speaking about the launch of the new shades, TV host, singer and L’Oréal Paris Middle East brand ambassador Arwa said, “For me, when I wear L’Oreal Color Riche, I give in to my colour obsession. I can pick out a shade of lipstick for any mood – whether I want a dramatic, sophisticated look or something more comfortable and subtle – and pout with pride.”
Each Color Riche lipstick provides the ideal blend of colour and care, drenching lips in luminous pigment while protecting and nourishing with a formula of rosier de muscat cream blended with argan lotus and camelia extract. Lips are left incredibly soft, smooth and moist.
When worn along with L’Oreal Couture Liners, the new shades delivers high-impact and long-lasting Parisian chic to you and your lips in just one swipe. From natural, easy-to-wear tones to daring, vibrant red carpet hues, Color Riche creates perfect lips for the woman who wants to explore her style and colour obsession. So, whether you favour Blake Lively’s Pure Scarleto or Frieda Pinto’s Pure Rouge, you’re sure to find your signature look in one of the many shades of Color Riche.
Color Riche lipsticks are available at L’Oreal counters in the UAE.
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