Thursday, 20 March 2014

ARTDECO Limited Edition "Jungle Fever" (Launch April 2014)

Hello my Dears

I am very excited about the April 2014 launch of ARTDECO's "Jungle Fever" Limited Edition.

To find out where  ARTDECO is available in Germany click HERE.

To find out whether ARTDECO is available in your country click HERE(and there is a very good chance it is :) ). In England ARTDECO is available via and in selected stores.

But now on to the "Jungle Fever" product palette!

The "Jungle Fever" Limted Edition takes its inspiration from the international Catwalks. It reflects the beauty of exotic flowers, intense colours and wild animals.

The focus of the "Jungle Fever" Limited Edition is to created gorgeous bronzed skin whose beauty is highlighted and complimented by a selection of both neutral eyeshadows and ones which provide a pop of colour. 

The ArtCouture Eyeshadows (12, 20, 27, 32, 49, 61, 73, 83) are available are double the size of a permanent line ARTDECO eyeshadow (giving 50% additional product making these a great deal).

There are eight eyeshadow shades available - being a neutral girl the four lovely shimmery shades above ranging from a dark mid- tone brown, a more bronzy hued shade, an adorable rose-gold colour and  neutral silvery shades are going right up to the top of eyeshadows to check out to add to my collection.

The remaining four shades are great if you love to emphasise your eyes with shimmery colour - the stand-out shade for me is the bright turquoise (second from right). 

 There are two lipsticks (Nr. 362 & 366) in the "Jungle Fever" Limited Edition.

The first one comes in a vibrant, very on-trend orange colour which I think will work beautifully with bronzed skin.

The second lipstick is a lovely, rapsberry pink colour which I think will work particularly well complimenting a hint of turquoise eyehadow.

I am particularly looking forward to the launch of the Bronzing Glow Blusher "Queen of the Jungle" which combines coral, fuchsia and rose-gold tones to add a shimmering glow to cheekbones.

I think these shades will work beautifully swirled together adding shimmering colour or used individually - allowing for customising one's look by emphasising peach or rose-gold tones. (I am a particular fan of anything rose-gold really).

And the embossed finished of the bronzer makes it just nearly too pretty to use!

Shades available: Bronzing Fever (lighter) & Tan Fever
I also really like the matte Bronzing Powder Compact (with SPF15) which comes in two shades (lighter shade pictured).

This powder goes on transparently and offers buildable coverage.  It again not only comes in a pretty compact, is beautifully embossed but is also water-repellent.

To summarise: the absolute must-haves for me from this Limited Edition are the Bronzing Glow Blusher, the neutral and pinky-toned eyeshadows and the orange/coral lipstick!

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 Are you planning to check out this Limited Edition?

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*All views expressed in this blog post are my own*


  1. A jungle-themed makeup palette??? Yes, please!!!

    Diary of a Debutante

  2. I know - and their quality is nornally very good.


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