No, I don’t really have a whole museum full of makeup, but how awesome would that be? I would organize the displays by brand, and have the launches in chronological order. Then, there would be a little section in the back just for Lancome.
After reading Karen’s review of the new Lancome Juicy Tubes yesterday, I couldn’t help but get a little bit nostalgic (you probably think I’m too young to be nostalgic, but keep in mind that I used the phrase when we were young when I was still in middle school *facepalm*). Many of my first makeup products were by Lancome, since my mom always gave me the GWP sets. Anyways, there was this World Tour series of Juicy Tubes…do you guys remember that LE launch? The tubes were gorgeous, and I ended up buying two of them. Nowadays, I’m never tempted to buy these glosses anymore. They add a nice sheen to the lips, but they’re sheer enough so that if you have one, I kind of feel like you have them all. The main attraction of this particular collection for me was the packaging. Each city had a different model with a different dress, both of mine happened to be from the Japan set:
left to right: Lancome World Tour Juicy Tubes in Peach Mochi, Tokyo Plum Blossom
The scents were probably the best part. I still take them out from time to time just to…sniff.
I also bought this little pot of gloss, which was discontinued a long time ago (so it was on sale xD). I really wish Lancome had kept these around, look at that adorable container! These were also sheer, but the finish was very light and and shine was almost mirror-like. And the scent was lip-lickingly yummy, of course:
Lancome Juicy Gelee Gloss in Pink Lollipop
What would you keep in the ‘place of honor’ of your makeup museum?
P.S. Just revamped my Twitter page for summer 🙂 It feels so good to be on vacation!