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Fall Cosmetic Colors from Your Name

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:25 PM

The new fall cosmetic palettes from Your Name were inspired by the rich shades and glamorous designs found on the fall fashion runways. The Femme Fatale collection is a nod to 1940's styles with shades of  gold, crimson, wine and burnt orange. Nordic Lights reflects the cool, shimmering fabrics and detailing of the fall shows with seasonal shades of white, ice blue and gray accented with pastel lip colors. For more information, visit www.yournamepro.com.

 

Fall Cosmetic Colors from Your Name

Femme Fatale and Nordic Lights are the newest fall cosmetic collections from Your Name.

 

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