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Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Range By Rajesh Pratap Singh - A Sneak Peek

Lakme Absolute Illusion by Rajesh Pratap Singh

 

New Launch: Illusion by Lakme Absolute



I just made plans with an old colleague and a very dear friend for dinner on Friday. Its exciting and I can't wait for it to be Friday evening already :) Doesn't it feel amazing to meet with old friends and take a walk down memory lane? And that is the exact feeling I get when I use Lakme products... I know that Lakme has revamped itself, gotten an image makeover and glammed up to quite a few notches higher, but I still feel like a little girl rummaging through my mum's dresser, everytime Lakme products come up...


And last Saturday was no different! With the mailman bringing me these yummy goodies from Lakme, all I could think of was how brilliantly this mega brand had come this long way and made the journey from Lakme to Lakme Absolute!

This post is basically a rave post about this gorgeous line of products under the name of Illusion! Ladies, I present to you the Lakme Absolute Illusion Range by Rajesh Pratap Singh...

Lakme Absolute Illusion by Rajesh Pratap Singh

Lakme Absolute Illusion by Rajesh Pratap Singh










Reviews shall start pouring in very soon :)





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  1. I like the eye shadows very muchh :)

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  2. waiting for review :)
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  3. I love the Lip gloss shade in coral red..... Check out my latest post on my blog... http://crush-on-beauty.com

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