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Aug 17, 2009

Givenchy Prismissime Eyes Poetique Blues and Poetique Browns Review and Swatches


Givenchy took a delightfully different road for their Fall Collection eye look. Where as the rest of the world is going bold, Givenchy's look for Fall is a soft, romantic look with a range of delicious little shades to spark up your eyes with an ethereal glow.

Jump ahead for a peep and swatches of the new Givenchy Prismissime Eyes in Poetique Blues and Poetique Browns!


Packed inside each of the new Givenchy Prismissime Eyes Eyeshadow palettes are a range of nine gorgeous shades to create any number of softly focused eye looks.

Givenchy Prismissime Eyes Poetique Blues is packed with rich, sparkling jewel shades ranging from purple, to blue, and pink. Givenchy Prismissime Eyes Poetique Browns is a richer range of golds, browns, bronzes, and creams.
































































The friendliest palette for Fall would be Poetique Browns as it's considerably warmer in color than Poetique Blues. If it's a cooler look you fancy, Poetique Blues is an ideal selection.

As with most Givenchy Prismissime this aren't heavily pigmented eye shadows. They give just a touch of shimmering shadow to eyes for a very soft look but can be built up in intensity depending on the shades used. I felt like the browns were considerably more pigmented than the blues. The browns definitely hold a special place in my heart for Fall and I imagine when the brisker weather sets in the blues will top my list.

Each palette has the typical stealthy little hidden compartment beneath which houses two sponge applicators and a brush. Some do find these a tad useless as they are so itty bitty in size however I think they are actually ideal for picking up just the right amount of color from each tiny square eye shadow and applying to the lid.

Overall, both are wonderful color combos and worthy of a pick up for true Givenchy fans. The browns are particularly a great collection. I'm quite pleased with both and ever so happy to have a new Prismissime to play with as it's been too long inbetween eye Prismissimes for me!

A happy Muse Approval for purchase!



Loving all over these.

I'll be bringing you looks using each palette shortly.

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8 Comments:

Anonymous Colette said...

I bought the brown one but returned it; the colors were beautiful, but I thought it was way too small for its price. It was pretty for the couple of hours it was mine though!

August 18, 2009 at 10:28 AM  
Blogger Vanity said...

I have a weak spot for these, and Givenchy's Prism-stuff in general. I never end up using them but.. they're so pretty!! Can't.. resist.. Poetic.. Browns!

August 18, 2009 at 11:27 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi colette

Awww you should have kept it doll :-D givenchy is my downfall! I've been collecting the palettes for years! ;-D

August 18, 2009 at 11:30 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

vanity

i used to have the SAME problem but I've been really good about using stuff lately :-D normally it goes in the beauty vault never to be used and only taken out to pet and caress lol!

August 18, 2009 at 11:31 AM  
Blogger Kajal Couture said...

These remind me of speckled jelly beans, but so pretty!

August 18, 2009 at 11:36 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

oh yes kajal they do don't they!?
:D

August 18, 2009 at 11:38 AM  
Blogger Finch said...

These are so COOL! I never can tell if I'm warm or cool toned but I usually gravitate towards the cooler palettes.

Audrey Hepburn is my style muse, so Givenchy makes me happy. =)

August 18, 2009 at 10:22 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hey finch!

oooo she's lovely. :-D

you'll like both they are really gorg!

August 26, 2009 at 12:05 PM  

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