Yves Saint Laurent Beauty Holiday 2013 Makeup Collection

Yves Saint Laurent Beauty has launched its Holiday 2013 Makeup Collection.


  • Palette Rue de Babylone

A rendezvous in Saint-Germain-des-Près, on Rue de Babylone. The address of the legendary apartment of Monsieur Saint Laurent, where the love of art inspired a whole lifestyle. An address where the Rive Gauche muse, ultra contemporary and sensual, cast her spell with a false air of innocence, rushing down a cobblestone street for a brief interlude, indulging her Paris passion. The French touch.   An absolute 2-in-1 must have, the Blush Collector Palette pairs a harmony of two subtle shades, a cool, matte-textured pink and a glowing pink heart with a scintillating finish, that adapts to all skin tones for a custom-perfect healthy glow. A duo of sexy pinks for the cheeks and a complexion with mischievous radiance.
“This Collector Palette offers a great alternative to blush, another way to sculpt the cheekbones. A ‘winter light’ pink for radiance and an iridescent pink to add light to the rounded parts of the temples, the hairline and the upper cheek. A must for achieving a fresh, luminous touch.”
Lloyd Simmonds, Creative Director Make-Up YSL Beauté


  • Palette Rue de Babylone

Extreme and edgy, the YSL girl pushes the limits of color with PURE CHROMATICS, a new generation of eye shadows. She dares to wear this palette of romantic purples and mysterious gold jewel tones. Color palette enclosed in a Limited Edition jewel-like compact with the signature YSL logo. A rendezvous near the Champs Elysées, on Avenue Marceau. The address of the former Couture Salons of the House of Saint Laurent, where the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation now stands. An address still inhabited by all the winter nights when the designer’s greatest muses inspired him with their magnetic, bewitching eyes bathed in the colours of the sky as the sun sets over the city.

Mysterious and sensual as the YSL woman, the collector palette encloses in its heart a harmony of pink, violet and gold. Four bewitching shades with metallic highlights for totally Couture Parisian Sunset eyes. Apply dry for irresistibly mischievous eyes, or moistened to maximize the intensity of the colours that light up winter nights with an ultra-sophisticated, sensual look.


  • 55 Luminous Red
  • 56 Luminous Vanilla
  • 57 Luminous Pink
  • 58 Luminous Mauve

Adorned with a new case bearing the YSL monogram, Rouge Pur Couture makes brilliant use of Euphotic Colored Light technology
The result: four new shades for a sophisticated, luminous look.


  • N1 Luminous Radiance
  • N2 Luminous Ivory

Loved by models, makeup artists, celebrities, and women everywhere, the award-winning Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Radiant Touch is like eight hours of sleep—an instant pick-me-up in a magic wand. With a few strategically placed strokes, the complexion looks rested, rejuvenated, and radiant. It brings a glow to the skin, erases any signs of fatigue, and brightens the complexion. With a special gold casing, this limited-edition Touche Éclat is a collector’s item. Adorned with a delicate sparkle of light and embedded rain strass, it is inspired by the light reflections of the fabulous couture dress Edition Soir.


  • N 12 Rose Renaissance
  • N 29 Dore Orfevre

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