Tag: Fall 2011 makeup
Jemma Kidd released two makeup collections for A/W 2011, one for JK Jemma Kidd line and the other one from Jemma Kidd Make Up School.
The one from JK line is called Urban Rose and I really like the idea of a modern English Rose. The makeup on the promo looks fresh and perfect for a modern girl.
In this collection you can find the following products:
- JK JEMMA KIDD SMOKE IT UP I-KIT, £13; shimmer, matte and pearl shades, defining wet/dry shadow/liners.
- JK JEMMA KIDD I-SCULPT SHADOW AND LINER duo, £11.00 Eye shadows with a sponge on the other end.
- JK JEMMA KIDD RED CARPET LIP/ CHEEK TINT & GLOSS, £12.00. Lip and cheek stain on one end and a clear lip gloss on the other.
- JK JEMMA KIDD HI-DESIGN EYE COLOUR collection, £8.00. Pearl emerald (06 stylised), pearl lilac (07 sashay) and matte teal (08 trend)
- JK JEMMA KIDD I-DESIGN EYE COLOUR collection, £8.00. Matte bone ivory (10 silhouette), pearl brûlée (11 scene) and pearl taupe (12 luxe).
As for the other collection,
I am sorry that it is taking me so long to finish the Fall magazine. But I am very happy with the content as some of my favourite brands and people took a part in it!
If you are a regular reader of Makeup4All, you won’t be surprised at all…
So we will have some special and exclusive material about BECCA and Hourglass Cosmetics; Daniel Sandler shares his tips on how to create a Make-Up Artist’s portfolio and our favourite bloggers share some of their beauty tips and tricks.
As usual, there will be an article on the hottest products of the season and the shopping list.
I have to admit that the True Blood section is not ready yet and I am now hesitating if I need to include it after all so I would love to hear your opinion.
I can’t wait to show you the results and hope that you will like it!
Here is how the new Victoria’s Secret range for Fall 2011 looks like. It is called Hypnotic beauty and is inspired by Marrakesh.
Although this is not my style I think a lot of girls would love the look of the packaging and the collection itself.
I was thrilled to receive some samples from the latest Illamasqua’s collection The Theatre Of The Nameless because the brand always thinks carefully of what to put inside and I am fascinated by the small touches.
First of all, I am very happy that everything comes in black as I am a huge fan of black and everyone who knows that can confirm.
I also really loved the personal touch with the name (silver, love) and the seal (red, love) on the back of the envelope. Besides the envelope, there was a crimson velvety fabric which symbolized the curtains in the theatre.
I was also happy to get the new booklet as they are a joy to look at and, in my opinion, Illamasqua’s looks are worth framing and putting on the wall which I will definitely do soon. I actually do have some makeup looks on my walls by the way…
As you can see, I really like attention to the details. But now, when we are done with them, I can tell you about the actual products.
Masquara (£15 ) in Raven (Midnight Black), Precision Ink (£17) in Havoc (Aubergine), Lipstick ( £15.50) in Kontrol (Blue Violet) and Pure Pigment (£15.50) in Berber (Auburn Shimmer).
Dare to enter?
I’ve never featured Sue Devitt beauty before because I’ve never tried anything (yet) unfortunately. But this collection really caught my attention and I am sure you should know why.
I really love what Sue Devitt has to say about her new collection: “When I visited this mysterious region of breathtaking landscapes I knew I’d found inspiration for my new color collection. The dramatic contrast of ice formations accentuating moss-covered lava fields and the way Northern Lights play across the winter sky led me to capture the magical artistry of Iceland.”