Bobbi Brown’s Travel Luxuries now available

By Charlotte Turner |

Estée Lauder cosmetics brand, Bobbi Brown, has launched three travel retail exclusive products – skincare and cosmetics – adding to an already comprehensive duty free portfolio.


Bobbi’s Travel Luxuries comprises three skincare products: Extra Eye Balm, Moisturising Balm SPF 25 and Soothing Balm and a Crystal Lip Gloss. The kit also includes an eye mask and anti jet lag tips from the makeup artist herself.


The kit is available exclusively from Bobbi Brown travel retail locations in Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia from December.


To complement the Travel Luxuries kit, Bobbi Brown is also launching the Soho Chic Eye Palette and the Uptown Classic Eye Palette exclusively for the travel retail market.


Bobbi Brown Uptown Classic palette


“Designed to take a woman effortlessly from work to play, the Uptown Classic Eye Palette features four of Bobbi Brown’s easily blendable, super flattering shadows: a light base shade, two medium lid shades and a dark liner shade.”


[Left: Uptown Classic Eye Palette]


The Uptown Classic Eye palette, which also includes a mini eye shadown brush, is available from Bobbi Brown travel retail locations worldwide from November 2012.


Bobbi Brown Soho Chic Eye Palette

The Soho Chic palette features six eyeshadow shades in: Ivory, Cement, Caviar, Pebble, Rockstar, and Greystone Shimmer Wash.


[Right: Bobbi Brown Soho Chic Eye Palette]


This palette, which comes with a dual-ended eye shadow/eye liner brush, is available exclusively from Bobbi Brown travel retail locations in Asia Pacific from December.

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