Attend a masquerade ball this holiday season with Clé de Peau Beauté
Play dress up
Imagine a fantastical setting where a Venetian plaza is the stage and the crowds are mingling. You are the star of the evening and the night is yours to command with Clé de Peau's holiday release, the Collection Bal Masqué.
In an exclusive collaboration with distinguised jewellery designer Joji Kojima, the festive collection is dressed in a faceted gem packaging with a vibrant scarlet finish. This year's makeup coffret is as sumptuous as it gets: an eyeshadow quad with rich, eye-enhancing metallic shades, a lengthening and defining mascara in a unique bordeaux colour that amps up the allure of your gaze (and was also seen on the recent Milan runways) and a deep crimson lipstick for that come-hither pout. Sounds like the perfect look for an enigmatic siren, no?
To further beguile your captivated audience, veil your skin in a soft dusting of radiant body powder that looks as good as it smells. As a bonus for makeup lovers, this limited edition fine shimmer powder has an utterly gorgeous case that's a work of art in itself. But the look would not be complete without perfectly manicured nails. Choose from a trio of nail polishes in stunning bold colours that come in collectible bottles, each with different, intricate mask motifs.
And for the women who love their skincare as much as makeup, Clé de Peau is releasing an exclusive Collection Bal Masqué edition of their renowned moisture-rich Illuminating Complex Le Serum so that you may complete the decadent setup on your dressing room table top.
Now feast your eyes on the visual treat that is the Collection Bal Masqué:
The Collection Bal Masqué is available at all Clé de Peau Beauté counters fron November.
Leave a comment
Buro 24/7 Selection
Formula 1 Singapore 2017: Duran Duran, OneRepublic, Seal and Ariana Grande to perform
The top 5 menswear haunts you must know in Singapore
Adidas is launching 6 more NMD Primeknit colourways at Pedder on Scotts
South Korean artist Ran Hwang’s installation for Asian Civilisations Museum uses 50,000 pins, fabric chilies, and 5 kilometres of string
What's it like working in a co-working space?
Buro 24/7 Selection