First Look: Olivia Palermo Has Created A Makeup Range…

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  • Beauty junkies, rejoice! Olivia Palermo is about to take over your makeup bag…

    Beauty junkies, rejoice! Olivia Palermo is about to take over your makeup bag…

    For her next trick as Guest Creative Director at Ciate London, Olivia has developed a full, 11 piece makeup collection, including eyeshadow palettes, bronzers and lipsticks.

    The things we’re most excited about? Her ‘Cheekbone Cheat’, a blusher-bronzer combo that promises Palermo-worthy contouring (£25) and the ‘Smoked Out’ eyeliners, which combine the best bits of a gel liner (longevity) with the best bits of a kohl (pigment) in a dreamy new hybrid idea (£15).

    Also bound to sell out are the Satin Kiss lipsticks which, priced at £19 come in such delectable tones as Truffle, Cashmere and Velveteen, plus the Smoky eyeshadow palette, made with on-trend suede textures in mind.

    See all the products in the gallery above.

    Olivia, who has basically built a business empire off the back of her impeccable personal style, first collaborated with Ciaté back in April, working up a mini-range of three nail polish colours.

    As well as the makeup, Olivia has whipped up two rich new nail hues for AW15 – Napa Valley (a Bordeaux wine shade) and New England Fall a dark denim or petrol blue.

    ‘When developing the collection I wanted to create a variety of textures and shades in the same way I love to mix patterns, fabrics and accessories to style the perfect outfit,’ Olivia said in a statement.

    ‘Many of the names were chosen to represent not only the hue but the unique textures specially developed for this collection. Others are eclectic touches from my own life and style – I can’t wait for you to play and discover the products I had so much fun creating.’

    Olivia Palermo’s new collection for Ciaté London is available from 21st August.

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