essence Fall/Winter 2015 Preview #essencepaintnite

Last week I attended the fall/winter 2015 preview for essence Cosmetics.  Along with taking a look at what’s to come this coming fall, I got to be all creative, and get my paint on.

This fall/winter 2015, essence is all about embracing the nude trend.

It’s time to say goodbye to the bold hues of summer and slip into something more comfortable with subtle nudes and soft neutrals. Meet the newest member of the Royal (lash) Family, get a gorgeous gel mani look without the lamp and extend your summer glow into fall with a shimmering bronzer. Transitioning into the colder months has never been this gorg!

The event was held in Toronto at an art gallery called Walnut Contemporary.  We got to chat, paint, snack, have nail art done, and get introduced to all of the new essence products.  Here are some pictures from the evening.

CBB ladies!

There a bunch of new things coming to you from essence, including: gel nail polish, a new mascara from the Lash Princess family, nude lipsticks, bronzers, and more.  I’ll be posting more details about the new products in the coming weeks, but why make you wait?  Here’s what’s new for essence in the lip department.

Long-Lasting Lipstick Nudes – Kiss your bold pout goodbye and opt for a chic new nude lip! Our bestselling lipstick is now available in three gorgeous nude shades with a light and creamy texture offering long-lasting results. Now available in 3 naturally beautiful shades.

Lip Line – Define the perfect lip and prevent lipstick from bleeding with this smudge-proof, long lasting lip liner now available in honey berry and femme fatale.

Can’t wait to share more product information with you, so stay tuned!  Are you looking forward to anything in particular from essence?  Let me know in the comments below.  Until next time, toodles! – Shawna


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