I finally got my hands on the rest of the Bronze Goddess Collection product shots from Estée Lauder. I knew this would happen. As soon as I went ahead with what I had, the rest of the photos are made available to the press. These product photos will make you even more excited about the collection. If you didn't see my original feature on all of these treasures, check it out at this link.
I mentioned yesterday that I was already sold on the Pure Color Illuminating Powder Gelée in Heat Wave ($40). It appears to be a perfect shade for my fair skin - and I know I adore the formula. I want it now!
This Pure Color Five Color Eyeshadow Palette in Batik Sun ($48) will haunt me until I get my hands on it.
There you go! Now I think I've shown you all the photos - either in the product groups at the top of this feature or individually in yesterday's post and this one.
P.S. A note about photos...I find it a bit pretentious that bloggers watermark or even add copyrights to photos that are clearly the copyrighted property of a brand. The photos are released to the press, but the ownership rights to them are never released. Many bloggers watermark their own photos in order to protect them from Internet thieves. I am not speaking of that practice (only that of appropriating copyrights). I don't watermark my photos because that has never stopped the copyright infringement I have suffered.
I admire Estée Lauder for making its photos available promptly (pre-release) and for the quality of their color portraits. They are a first-class, five-star company.
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