Estee Lauder: Keeping It Real/Relevant

When it comes to peddling posh beauty products, I imagine that it’s a constant hustle for brands to Keep It Real/Relevant while maintaining and growing their customer base. 

As I was doing my ritualistic stroll of the cosmetics section in Macy’s Short Hills, I spied something fresh and sexy from Estee Lauder -
Well looky here! Ol Estee Lauder is working overtime to “Keep it Real/Relevant”.  Just about every brand in my makeup arsenal offers some form of cream shadow base/primer. So it is very refreshing to see Estee Lauder, an iconic cosmetics powerhouse, take the leap.  As you know, EL owns a slew of beauty brands…the list goes on and on but I’ll just note a few - 
  • MAC
  • Bobbi Brown
  • Prescriptives
  • Aveda

I specifically listed MAC because EL’s eyeshadow base bears a striking resemblance to MAC’s Paint Pot. Perhaps EL dipped into the ol Paint Pot formula vat and decided to create a few demure EL customer-friendly shades. Well regardless of how the EL eyeshadow base came to be, I’m happy to see EL trying something new and “Keeping it Real/Relevant”.

ThisThatBeauty Babes -
Have you tried Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place EyeShadow base? If so, what’s the verdict?
Leave a comment. I want to hear your thoughts!
PS: Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place ShadowStick bears an uncanny resemblance to MAC Shadestick. I’m not saying, but I’m just saying…
Same stick, different packaging? Yep, me thinks so!
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Comments

  1. MzDayDream says:

    If I’m not mistaken, I think Estee Lauder owns MAC Cosmetics, so I’m not surprised by the resemblance…

  2. Felicia/ ThisThatBeauty says:

    @MzDayDream – Yep, thats exactly what I was saying in the post :)

    I listed MAC as well as a bunch of other brands owned by Estee Lauder…

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