Tag: British makeup
Today is the first day when you can preview Illamasqua’s Generation Q makeup collection on their website, so it’s a perfect day to review their Intense Lipgloss in Boost.
Illamasqua describe the colour as a blueberry violet and I think it’s a perfect description. It is a lilac with a blue iridescence. I personally find it wearable and very unique.
I also like the new design and the brush the gloss now comes with. The brush is amazing! I usually use a lip brush with opaque glosses for precise application and with this one I don’t need a brush as it does a great job.
Sometimes with opaque glosses, the colour does not spread evenly but this is not the case. Boost looks opaque and glossy with only one layer. The blue undertone adds something special to it.
The texture is
I love Kate Moss. I love Rimmel lipsticks. I love bright matte lipsticks. I love black and red. It seems like those Rimmel Kate Moss lipsticks were made for me!
I knew I’d love them just when I saw the first promo and I was right.
First of all I really like the simple black design with a red Kate signature. Although it is plastic, it doesn’t look cheap.
I’ve picked shade No2 several weeks ago and now I am finally writing my impression. Ok, this colour is probably not for everyone(by this I mean that not everyone would like to wear it) but I really love it. It’s a bright blue toned fuchsia pink which looks perfect with a simple eye makeup.
Although it is a matte lipstick, it doesn’t look flat and the formula is non-drying. The colour pay-off is fantastic and you get a beautiful, vibrant shade with only one layer.
The staying power is