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Elle 18 Color Bombs

Elle 18 is back with a bang in an all-new avatar Color Bombs. This exciting and funky range of color cosmetics  has been designed for young trendy girls. The range designed in cool shapes has explosively vibrant colors for lips, nails and eyes. The products are packed with the goodness of Cocoa butter, Jojoba Oil, Rose Water and Almonds.  These super cute ‘patakas’ are sure to pack your day with explosive excitement!

Color Bombs by Elle 18:

Funky nail colors in 48 explosive shades
Rs.45 only

A blast of color with the punch of cocoa.  Available in 25 trendy shades, the intense moisturizing core protects your lips
Rs. 100 only

Lip Gloss in delicious fruit flavours and pumped with cocoa butter.  In 6 delicious shades
Rs. 85 only

With a rich and lustrous black color the Kajal has almond oil
Rs. 65 only

Versatile eye crayons with awesomeness of almonds, in 5 flattering shades
Rs. 85 only

Jet black and water-resistant eyeliner juiced-up with rose water
Rs.65 only
Everything in life needs to be packed with explosive excitement!

It certainly looks very exciting, I like the trendy black packaging & I love the prices. 

I am eying the eye sparklers, kajal & color burst (Revlon for inspiration?? I hope they live up to the original colorburst) lippies.  

I hope this collection is easy to find in stores as well :-)


  1. yeah m eyeing eye sparkles for sure :) lets see how they r

  2. wow am gonna get the lippies they look awesome!!!

  3. Hey i already own the liner (black out)! the new one.. yeee

  4. @Rashmi: Yea, I hope they are smudge proof & stay on :)

    @BeautyDiva: cool, u got 45 shades to choose from!

    @IMW: same here! I too liking lippies :)

    @Meenu: How is the liner?? Please tell us :)

  5. I like the lippies as well. Already bought a nail polish - brush is crappy!

    I think Elle 18 is really smart. They seem to have mailed the product info to all beauty bloggers. This way they are sure to get free publicity through the blogs.

  6. The prices are really good if they can live up to the quality stds..wonder if the black liner will really be smudge proof..lik the packaging too!!

  7. hi tanveer,
    Its actually good.. i feel its better than the earlier ones and it claims to contain rose water (though i dont know what difference does it make). with old liner i had a problem of flaking... but not anymore :) with the new one. :-)

  8. hi to u tll me frm vr hv u bought color bombs collectn....n is it available in pune?

  9. hey tanveer, where did you get the Elle 18 products? My eyes have dried out spotting for these all over the city since last November; by now they definitely deserve the liner at least! :D


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