Fashion Fair Launches 'Four Capsule Collections', Bold And Beautiful Makeup Sets (PHOTOS)

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Fashion Fair Cosmetics is on a roll. The prestige beauty brand for black women, which is owned by Johnson Publishing Company, recently introduced theSam Fine Supreme Color Collection and now its debuting another fab set of products:The Fashion Fair Four Capsule Collections.

In celebration of FFC's 40th anniversary, these colorful sets "celebrate Black beauty and style through the decades and highlight various hues of pink specifically created for women who celebrate life with a touch of luxury," according to the company.

Here's a rundown of the goods...

  • The 1970’s Foxy Capsule Collection: A tribute to our founder Eunice W. Johnson, containing feminine soft pink pallets to inspire the Fox in us all.
  • The 1980’s Fresh Capsule Collection: Dedicated to the legacy of the hip-hop era, containing a set of sumptuous warm pink colors evoking fresh beauty.
  • The 1990’s Sensuous Capsule Collection: Reflecting a new evolved era of beauty featuring rich, modern, and bright pink pallets celebrating the sensuality of a woman.
  • The 2000’s Divine Capsule Collection: Capturing the latest and hottest trends in beauty; featuring glamorous and bold pink shades that embody the divine power of beauty.

Each set, which retails for $48, comes with lip gloss, lipstick, nail lacquer and beauty blush. And we love the bold images on the packaging, which were captured by photographer Victor Skrebneski.

“Fashion Fair is an iconic brand. It was a thrill for me to shoot this campaign and celebrate four decades and four distinct styles of the Fashion Fair woman,” Skrebneski said in a press release.

Check out the new Fashion Fair Four Capsule Collections in the slideshow below-- and a look a Sam Fine's signature products.

Before You Go

The 1970’s Foxy Capsule Collection

Fashion Fair Cosmetics

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