Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

This is a period quite confusing for us since we are literally stuck between Holiday and spring 2016 makeup collections, in no way getting our bearings. Day by day our perplexities are getting magnified while recently reaching their zenith when we caught the view of the new Jill Stuart spring 2016 makeup collection. What makes this beauty company different from others is that not only are the products able to gravitate to them but also their unique packages. Jill Stuart exactly knows what the amalgam of beauty and quality mean and we are again foretasting those somewhat baroque style, royalty emanating packages that look like real precious stones.

Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

The face of the Jill Stuart spring 2016 makeup campaign is once again the American fashion model of non-standard beauty – Lindsey Wixon, whose face has become a canvas to portray a handful of spring-inspired eyeshadows and lip colors. The collection will be launched on 8 January, 2016 in Japan, while the international launch date is not yet revealed. Take a look at the collection, time travelling and finding yourself somewhere in a spring garden.

Jill Stuart Shimmer Couture Eyes (Limited Edition)

These new and limited edition eyeshadow palettes happening in 5 different variations are gracefully packed in silvery cases adorned with some jewels. Each eyeshadow palette contains 4 different shades with two brushes accompanying them. Here you will find the daintiest flowery shades possible ranging from Pantone’s 2016 colors – rose quartz and serenity, to Pistachio green and sandy brown that are to give natural sheen to your eyelids through their pearlescent finish. There are 5 color variations of this palette to choose from.

Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

Jill Stuart Mix Blush Compact (Limited Edition)

Again we are more than charmed by the unique iridescent silvery cases a la Jill Stuart, but no less iridescent and inspiring are their contents. Available in two variations, these mix blush compacts include 6 peachy-pinky shades each that are to flatter your skin and make it harmonious with spring envelope.

Jill Stuart Forever Juicy Oil Rouge (Limited Edition)

The Jill Stuart Forever Juicy Oil Rouge collection is being complemented with three fresh new shades that are staying true to the juicy-fruity festival. The special oil-base formula of these lip colors and their non-pearl texture allow for high pigmentation, rich luster and moisturizing power. Quite another story is the opulent tube of them with a light rose Swarovski rhinestone sparkling somewhere there.

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Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

Jill Stuart Lip Blossom

Enchanting packages are not yet over. Silvery tubes all adorned with arabesque patterns with a vintage stone placed atop are hiding two new lipsticks of Persian rose and Brink pink shades that come to replenish the 12-shaded Lip Blossom line, but just for your information one of them will be limited edition. The creamy texture provides feathery gliding, while the popping color brings full, plump lips. Apply the first layer and you will wear translucent sheer lips, while the second layer will enjoy matte finish.

Jill Stuart Spring Snow Nails (Limited Edition)

The name of the product itself is paradoxical, but a glimpse at these 7 nail polishes of spring flowery shades saturated with snowflake-like particles will make all the paradoxes instantly vanish.

Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

Jill Stuart Pouch (Limited Edition)

What can be better than carrying all the Jill Stuart beauty products that you have acquired in a Jill Stuart pouch? The pretty sweet pouch is all decorated with spring flowers, while a large romantic bow is attached to the zip pull tab. The pouch comes to be in an ideal size as to bring together one of your eyeshadow palettes, a lipstick, mascara, as well as an array of eyeliners and pencils.

Jill Stuart Spring 2016 Makeup Collection

Photos courtesy of Jill Stuart

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