Another palette I picked up in the Paris airport duty free shop was this Lancome Naturelle Seduction Palette. I spotted it for the first time in the Los Angeles airport duty and it called out to me but I resisted the urge to buy it. When I saw it again when we left Paris, it called out to me even louder that time and I gave in. This was the least expensive out of the 3 palettes I picked up at $31 Euros (roughly $40 US at the time) so I said “why not”. Isn’t it pretty?
I like to think of this as my little workhorse palette, it’s a fantastic everyday palette. My photography skills here are a little deceiving but the shades in it are right up a neutral gal’s alley. It has a lovely rosy blush, a pinkish-mauve lipstick and coordinating shadows in tones of ivory, taupe, light peach and golden yellow. The shades would look great on a variety of skin tones since they are so neutral but there’s also a little shimmer in the peach and yellow shades to jazz up the run of the mill neutral face. The Lancome Naturelle Seduction Palette is a tad bit longer than the Guerlain palette but it is thinner so it won’t be so bulky in a makeup bag.
Next time you’re wandering the gates of an airport terminal, check out the duty free shop. If you’re a fan of neutral shades like I am, I don’t think you’ll be dissapointed in this palette.