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Le Métier de Beauté's star product tends to sell out very quickly so act fast!
Inspired by the Chauvet* cave paintings in France, the summer color collection hues are rich in pigment, beauty and intensity.
This Summer 2012 version introduces more unusual shades with more classic shadow shades to create a gorgeous, multi-dimensional result that suits all skin tones and eye colours.
The Chauvet Pont D'arc Kaleidoscope includes:
Umber - a cool mauve with a satiny finish
Ocher - rusty sandstone with a golden finish
Madder - terracotta with a shimmering finish
Crystalline - silky matte, desert teal
At the top of the Kaleidoscope Eye Kit you'll also find a fold-out mirror so you can apply your shadows wherever you are!
Since 2007, when Le Métier de Beauté was founded, the brand has acquired legendary status, and not just in the world of beauty. Thanks to collaborations with designers like Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa, Le Métier de Beauté has created its own niche that bridges the gap between beauty and fashion. This innovative attitude and the ground-breaking creations that have emerged as a result have made Le Métier de Beauté a cult favourite with make-up artists and beauty enthusiasts.
Because Le Métier de Beauté has never just been about beauty products, it’s also inspired by fashion and design, their colours and collections aren’t just on trend, they are ahead of them, paving the way for exciting new developments. And to say that the range of products and shades available is wide would be something of an understatement. There’s something for every occasion, mood, skin tone, trend…Variety is the spice of life, after all.
Exclusive to Zuneta, we know this is a brand that fits perfectly with our philosophy to always look ahead and think outside the box in order to provide the very best for our discerning customers!
Open the matte black packaging to discover a colourful world of beauty inspiration.
*The Chauvet Pont D'Arc Cave was discovered in 1994 and is home to the oldest known 'cave art' with the drawings thought to date back some 32-35,000 years. The images have been incredibly well preserved and have become an inspiration for art lovers all over the world.