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Kareena talks about the Lakme Products she loves

Why does she look so washed out in this pic? No blush much dear?
Kareena, it seems, is the new face of Lakme ABSOLUTE collection to be unveiled soon.

She talks about the new collection:

“One of my favorite products is ABSOLUTE Lip Last with its precision brush and I’m totally hooked on to the Plump and Shine glosses for the range of sensational colors it offers, there is something for every occasion. 

As a face make the White Intense Two-Way compact is an extremely convenient product that doubles up as a powder and foundation and has sun filters, which protects my skin from the sun. I completely love the ABSOLUTE Mattreal mousse for daily wear as it’s extremely light and renders a natural glow to my skin while the Soft Focus Foundation is perfect for the glamorous party look. 

Among the eye products ABSOLUTE Kohl Ultimate is my favorite kohl that gives it a one stroke black color .

Ok, so we know the new collection is going to have a number of foundations (compact, mousse & foundation), some lip products (lip last, glosses) & a Kohl. 

I hope they have some fun eyeliners too, since I really enjoyed that in the last collection, and how about some concealers,  Lakme?

What are you looking forward to from the new collection?


  1. i am looking forward for theexact kohl which she wears all the time..wish Lakme can give us that :P

  2. I agree with anamika lol.
    My latest post:

  3. Hmmm... a whole lot of skin stuff. Kind of cynical about whether she actually uses all these Lakme products!

  4. Looking forward to the kohl too !
    Yes they could do with some concealers !!! :)

  5. I really want some fun and *NOT* expensive shadows and blushes in some good shades!!

  6. The daily mousse :D Hope the range is nt xpesive as the last 1..need more blushes :|

  7. @Anamika: I doubt it is this one as she has been wearing it since ages :D

    @PnB: My thoughts exactly! That was the first thing that popped in my mind when I read this..

    @Fathima: I hope they'll do a neutral quad - the collection seems very office types :D

  8. she's just paid to say all this.. i bet she doesn't use even a single product.

  9. agree with rima...she must not be knowing the products too :D :D

  10. @Rima, Bhumika: I'm pretty sure Kareena is using these as often as Katrina uses Lux, Priyanka Chopra uses Garnier Light & Shilpa Shetty uses Pantene; which is never I think! :D :D LOL!


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