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Joan Collins' fall lipstick shade

Published 24/10/2015

Joan Collins
Joan Collins

Joan Collins' make-up range means a lot to the star.

Joan Collins can't wait for fans of her beauty range to try her new autumnal colours.

The grand dame of glamour is behind her own successful make-up line Joan Collins Timeless Beauty, and to prove just how good it is she barely wears anything else these days. To mark the change of seasons, Joan has added a rustic shade to her ever growing collection.

"The whole process has been very exciting," Joan beamed exclusively to Cover Media. "And now we've launched the Autumn/ Winter collection which is a new colour of lipstick which is called Katrina which is kind of rusty and autumnal and also a beautiful reed diffuser.

"I hope everyone likes them, because I love them and I think that people will really enjoy it. And is something that is very meaningful for me."

Joan, 82, faced tragedy recently when her younger sister, novelist Jackie Collins, passed away from breast cancer at the age of 77 in September (15). However, the extravagant actress has been putting on a brave face, wowing on the red carpet at the BFI's Luminous Fundraising Gala earlier this month (Oct15).

While Joan is adamant that being glamorous has "gone out of fashion", she never lets the glitz slide. She doesn't spend as much time in the make-up chair as some would think though.

"It depends on the event which I am attending," she explained. "I like my skincare regime to be quick, efficient and uncomplicated, but when I am doing my make-up it depends on what I am doing. For instance if I’m going for a workout I just throw on my foundation and lipstick which takes one minute or less, however if I’m going to a shoot or to an event it can take me up to an hour."

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