Emma Watson Has The Look Of Love For Lancome's Spring Summer 2013 Makeup Collection

Emma Watson Lancome Spring Summer 2012 Makeup

The weather might be gloomy outside but in the land of Lancome, it's nothing but rosy. The latest campaign image of Emma Watson pouting away for the beauty brand's Spring Summer 2013 collection has just landed in our inboxes and my oh my, doesn't she pretty? With ballerina-perfect pink cheeks, a super-girlie slick of lipstick and turquoise liner framing her brown eyes, she looks sunshine ready.

Lancome's In Love collection is all about the vibrant tones. From the neon glimmer of the lipstick to the pastel tones in the blusher complemented by the turquoise, the colour combination has us drooling.

Emma Watson Looks In Love For Lancome's Spring Summer 2013 Makeup Collection

The Baume in Love, a brand new lipstick with Shea Butter, is our particular fave. It comes in a translucent shade of hot pink and provides just enough colour with a subtle sheen. Then there's that cult nail varnish which is dressed in a peachy pop hue for this season. Finally, the ingenious eyeshadow palette is vibrant but in a soft shade coming in a case adorned with that iconic Toile de Jouy motif. Emma's favourite? The khol eyeliner in Jade Crush perfect for electrifying her eyes in a single stroke.

The In Love collection is available at Lancome counters nationwide from 2nd January 2013. Bring on the English Rose prettiness.



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