Fall 2015 Brings Coordinated Palettes for the Eyes and Cheeks With Artistry Signature Color® Makeup by Amway

With luxurious and long-wearing eye shadow quads, powder blushes and eye pencils, Artistry Signature Color® Makeup dares women around the world to experiment and indulge in new and versatile looks.

Color yourself beautiful with the new Artistry Signature Color™ Makeup Collection

Color yourself beautiful with the new Artistry Signature Color™ Makeup Collection

Coordinated palettes inspire their color confidence, too. “With sophisticated yet simple-to-achieve color solutions, we’re allowing women to put their best face forward and discover their distinctive Artistry look,” says Jackie Nickel, Amway Chief Marketing Officer for the Americas. “Curated shade selections make finding their perfect palette easy and even fun. Also, each Artistry Signature Color® combination elevates the brand’s core line makeup offering.

As its name states, the new line is signature to the brand and even inspired by the Artistry® name and is meant to empower every woman to become her own work of art. Within each palette, women can mix, match and play, creating looks that are effortless yet exquisite.

Hand-selected by Artistry Global Makeup Artist Rick DiCecca, Artistry Signature Color® Makeup features exclusive, show-stopping shades and colors for the eyes and cheeks that nestle into a chic, refillable Artistry® compact (sold separately):

Fall 2015 Eye and Cheek Revision still life of makeup palettes

Artistry Signature Color® Makeup collection – shades for eyes and cheeks (Fall 2015 Eye and Cheek Revision still life of makeup palettes )

Eye-catching color trends - Artistry Signature Color Eye Shadow Quad in smoky

Eye-catching color trends – Artistry Signature Color Eye Shadow Quad in smoky

Artistry Signature Color® Eye Shadow Quads

  • Mistake-proof palettes with four low-to-high pigments to highlight, contour, accent and define the eyes.
  • Silky, spherical powder formula infused with the optimal level of pigment and pearlescent color to blend beautifully and resist creasing.
  • Multi-dimensional finishes ranging from matte to metallic, shimmer to satin.
  • High-performance, micronized pigments adhere to skin for long-lasting color that stays true. (Refillable compact sold separately.)

    Fall 2015 Cheek Color Texture: Radiate your natural glow with Artistry Signature blushes

    Fall 2015 Cheek Color Texture: Radiate your natural glow with Artistry Signature blushes

Artistry Signature Color® Blush

  • Hues feel light and look luminous, thanks to light-diffusing pearls that provide multi-dimensional, perfect levels of color and all-day coverage.
  • Silky smooth formula in matte and satin finishes for easy building, shaping and contouring of the cheeks. (Refillable compact sold separately.)

    Black Long-wearing Eye Pencil

    Black Long-wearing Eye Pencil

Artistry Signature Color® Longwearing Eye Pencil

  • Shades in a range of matte to shimmer finishes.
  • Dual-ended to redefine multitasking, from subtle precision to dramatic smudging.
  • Creamy-light formula enriched with conditioning Jojoba oil, Vitamin E and cottonseed oil makes application as easy as it is long wearing. (Sharpener sold separately.)

Color should be exciting, even transformative,” says DiCecca.Artistry Signature Color® Makeup gives women the coordinated color they need to experiment with ease and expertise – the looks are limitless. Blend all four shades in the eye shadow quad for a diffused look or create the coveted smoky eye by defining with the longwearing pencil and then using the smudger tip on the upper lid.

Curious about which blush is best? DiCecca recommends making a tight fist. “After a few seconds, open your hand. The trick is to match the shade to the skin tone at your just-pressed fingertips and palm.

Artistry Signature Color® launches in the United States in this month. Artistry® products are sold exclusively through a network of Amway distributors millions strong worldwide. Please visit Amway.com for more information or to locate a distributor.

Schramsberg Vineyards Nominated for Wine Enthusiast’s American Winery of the Year 2015

Schramsberg Vineyards has been named one of five nominees for Wine Enthusiast‘s Wine Star Award for American Winery of the Year, the winery’s third nomination for the prestigious honor in five years.

Schramsberg Vineyards 50th Anniversary (PRNewsFoto/Schramsberg Vineyards)

Schramsberg Vineyards 50th Anniversary (PRNewsFoto/Schramsberg Vineyards)

Each year, the editors at Wine Enthusiast Magazine select nominees based on their achievements in the beverage industry and Schramsberg, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, has once again proven itself as a driving force in the wine world. Wine Enthusiast supports its selection, noting that the winery “has long topped California’s list of incredible sparkling wine producers. Acclaimed for its range of bubbles, from bruts to vintage reserves, Schramsberg is consistently reaching new heights.”

Located in Calistoga, California, Schramsberg Vineyards is dedicated to producing handcrafted wines using the methode traditionnelle technique. Wines produced by the winery include the signature Reserve, J. Schram and J. Schram Rose; the vintage-dated Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Brut Rose and Cremant Demi-sec; and the multi-vintage Mirabelle Brut and Brut Rose. Located in St. Helena, California, Davies Vineyards focuses on vineyard-designated Pinot Noirs and Cabernet Sauvignons. The J. Davies Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is wholly produced from the winery’s replanted vineyards on its historic Diamond Mountain vineyard property.

As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary, this is a tremendous honor for our winery team and my family,” says second-generation vintner Hugh Davies. “My parents poured everything that they had into reviving this historic property on Diamond Mountain, and into crafting America’s first world-class sparkling wines. We’re proud to be able to continue building upon their spirited vision, and to be recognized in this way by the Wine Enthusiast.

The other nominees in the category are: Abacela (Oregon), Gramercy Cellars (Washington State), Justin Winery (Paso Robles) and Becker Vineyards (Texas). The winners will be announced November 3 and will be featured in Wine Enthusiast’s “Best of Year” issue. Trophies will be presented on January 25, 2016, at the gala awards dinner in New York City at the NY Public Library‘s Celeste Bartos Ballroom.