Prescriptives's Spring collection is bright, lush, and gorgeous — exactly what we need during the less sunny months.
Technotropics includes a lot of bold colors, but as you can see from this photo, there are some beautiful natural shades as well. The lip gloss compacts are particularly alluring, but there's also a gel eyeliner that sounds perfect. Rich in shades of pink and hibiscus, it's something I can't wait to play with when it hits counters on Jan. 15.
For a complete rundown of all of the products in Technotropics, read more.
(Before we go any further, I have to tell you: I keep wanting to call this collection Technotronic. Make my day!)
Lip Strips ($29.50) is the highlight of this collection. These limited-edition glosses come in warm or cool tones, with five shades of creamy, shimmery, and sparkly gloss in each compact.
Blush More or Less ($21.50) is a new creamy cheek color. The lightweight formula is available in four shades, two of which are limited-edition colors.
Colorscope Lipcolor ($17.50) is available in one new shade and another limited-edition one. Both are creamy formulas; Mandarin, shown in the gallery, is a warm-neutral coral. Pink Dahlia, the limited-edition shade, is a pretty carnation pink.
Colorscope Eye Color ($14) gets a new shade in Pewter, a universally-flattering matte gray.
Perfect Every Line Gel Eyeliner ($17.50) has two limited-edition colors: Icing, a bright silver; and Twig, a soft brown with green shimmer. (I think Twig sounds gorgeous.) Two other shades are available: Allspice, a true bronze; and Carbon, a soft sparkling black. The nice thing about gel eyeliners is that they're much easier to work with than liquid liners are, and they're much more versatile, too.