Orange You Glad Estee Lauder's New Spring Collection Is Here?

The Spring 2011 runways were awash with orange, both on the clothes and on the faces. But none of the looks got more attention than makeup artist Tom Pecheux’s pop of orange and white on the girls’ eyes at Derek Lam. That 15 minute moment on the runway is now the cornerstone of Estée Lauder’s spring makeup line. After Tom, who is the Creative Makeup Director for Estée Lauder, used a coral lip pencil as an eyeliner, the brand quickly made plans to whip up eye shadows in the same colors.
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The Spring 2011 runways were awash with orange, both on the clothes and on the faces. But none of the looks got more attention than makeup artist Tom Pecheux’s pop of orange and white on the girls’ eyes at Derek Lam. That 15 minute moment on the runway is now the cornerstone of Estée Lauder’s spring makeup line. After Tom, who is the Creative Makeup Director for Estée Lauder, used a coral lip pencil as an eyeliner, the brand quickly made plans to whip up eye shadows in the same colors.
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The Spring 2011 runways were awash with orange, both on the clothes and on the faces. But none of the looks got more attention than makeup artist Tom Pecheux’s pop of orange and white on the girls’ eyes at

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So let’s talk orange first. A limited edition line called Orange Crush will be exclusively available online at Estée Lauder’s site and at Bergdorf Goodman in NYC starting in April. The line consists of two PureColor shadows--Orange Crush and Sugar Cube--in case you’re interested in copying the Derek Lam Spring 2011 look. Or if you aren’t necessarily an

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