Thursday, September 04, 2008

NEW Product Line: Quo Fall Colour Story

Shoppers Drug Mart's exclusive cosmetics line, Quo launches its 2008 fall colour story across Canada. Quo takes its fall inspiration from the British countryside and England’s vibrant urban centres, showcasing a selection of autumn’s most alluring hues.

Quo’s fall line showcases a palette of graceful shimmers for lips and lovely shadows for eyes, to create looks that reflect the season’s trends. The fall palette is a combination of cool, city night greys and purples along with crisp neutrals and pinks.

Quo Night Lite Lip Gloss, 6.3 ml, $15 CAD
A handy lip gloss equipped with a light and mirror.
- Hyde Park Spark
- Prince Charming
- Kew Gardens Apricot
- Big Ben Blush

Quo Prime Time Eye / Face Primer, $22 CAD
A 2-in-1 primer to create a long-lasting, crease resistant and flawless finish.

Quo Double Decker Beauty Palette, $20 CAD
A palette that holds 4 silky smooth eyeshadows and hidden underneath are 2 lip colours and 1 blush.
- Piccadilly Pink: inspired by the colour Grey. Cool metallic undertones and evasive, medium greys and petrol blues combined with intense rich purple. The lip and blush colours shift to pinks, crimson and rubies for a feminine touch.
- Trafalgar Square Bare: inspired by nature and humanity. Featuring neutral tones complemented by luminous beiges, lined with subtle lip and blush colours.

Quo Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover, 125 ml, $8 USD
Designed to remove all eye make-up, this remover is ultra-mild, oil-free and enriched with pro-vitamin B5.

image: Quo press kit


Randi Troxell said...

ooo... wish I could have all the colors. i love anything with vibrant colors. love the blog... very informative... was wondering if you would check my blog out at thanks- randi

Suziesaurus said...

That double decker palette is absolutely gorgeous!

Are you going to try the Prime time eye/face primer? I wonder how it stands up against their other face primer. I’d be really interested in comparing the 2.

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