Morgan Taylor- Ooh La La Collection Spring Summer 2015 Review 0

"Romantic and Classic Parisian Spring/ Summer Shades.  This spring, get inspired by the chic and sophisticated style of Paris with the Ooh La La Spring/Summer 2015 collection from Morgan Taylor, which features four NEW soft , whimsical shades.  From a teal creme to warm pinks and a multicolor glitter, each shade delivers a classic, yet on-trend finish for any look this season.

"I'm always inspired by Paris- from its romantic essence, iconic art and architecture to its fashion trends" said CEO and founder Danny Haile.  For this collection, we developed a color palette around this theme using soft to lavish shades filled with vintage charm," according to the press release.

The Ooh La La Collection includes:

Amour Color Please: a hot fuchsia pink creme with a purple shimmer.  Very highly pigmented.  I had full coverage in a single coat.

Escar-go ti France: white, pink, magenta, baby blue, holographic silver various sized round glitters in a clear base.  Was easy to remove, which is a huge plus.

Postcards from Paris: a light mint green creme.  A one coat wonder.

Cancan we Dance: almost neon flamingo pink creme with purple shimmer.  So gorgeous in person.  Was also highly pigmented and provided full coverage in a single coat. 

 (all swatches shown here are 2 coats, and are taken outdoors in natural light). 

Overall I am really impressed with this collection.  I like that its small, only four shades, but I think Morgan Taylor chose wisely.  I really love the glitter, Escar-go to France, its pretty unique as well in my opinion.  Also worth mentioning is how easily it removed.  I also really like the purple shimmer that runs through two of the shades- Cancan we Dance? & Amour Color Please; it adds dimension and depth.  The formulas overall were fantastic.  I found almost all of the shades to be very highly pigmented.  They all painted on smoothly and evenly.

The Ooh La La collection will be available for a limited time beginning in May 2015.  They retail for $8.50 each.

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