Artist Couture have just dropped their new summer collection on their website. The Artist Couture Caliente Summer Collection 2020 which has now launched on Sephora too. If you'd like to see which products feature within the collection, keep on reading…
Artist Couture Caliente Summer Collection 2020
The first and main product within the Artist Couture Caliente Summer Collection is the Artist Couture Caliente Palette which is $30, and features eight powder eyeshadows.
The packaging is stunning, and has the most amazing yellow and orange sunset effect which suits the summer theme of the collection perfectly.
“Turn up the heat and get ready to feel the summer fantasy! This palette features five buttery mattes, two richly pigmented metallics, and one multidimensional high pearl shade.
These colors have been carefully curated to design wearable, vibrant, and colorful looks. Whether you're enjoying a mangorita by the pool or getting ready for a rumba, transform your eyes with this versatile, glow getter approved palette!”
The second product within the Artist Couture Caliente Summer Collection 2020 is the Artist Couture Caliente Silk Cream Lipstick $18 which is just one single shade, and described as the following;
“A luxurious, weightless, and creamy lipstick in a vibrant, fiery red tone with rich color payoff in just one swipe. This formula doesn’t feather or bleed and applies evenly without dragging or skipping, leaving your lips feeling moisturized and silky smooth.””
The last two products within the Artist Couture Caliente Summer Collection are new shades of their existing Artist Couture Diamond Lip Tease formula in two new shades; Le Freak and Peepshow, and they're $18 each.
Le Freak is described as being a frisky, sheer, mauve base packed with gold and magenta multidimensional sparkling pearls. Whilst Peepshow is a sheer, tangerine base packed with gold and pink multidimensional sparkling pearls.
Something I have to mention is that these swatches of the glosses, the photo on the Artist Couture website is named “Facetune_08-03-2019-01-02-36_1950x9” so they've clearly used Facetune to edit them which could mean they've been enhanced to look better than they are.
They're still very pretty, but please just consider that a photo editing app has been used to create the image. I'm not naive, I'm sure every brand uses photo blurring and enhancing to make their products look better, but as a site that's focused on helping you decide whether you should try new launches or not, it's something I had to mention.