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Illamasqua Art of Darkness Fall/Winter 2010 Collection

So the new Illamasqua collection with the stunning promo images is already available on-line. I’ve already made a preview of it by the way.

Deep in an enchanted forest, the scene is set for a sumptuous feast. The chosen have arrived. Where this night will end no one knows. Not even death is inevitable.

Lured by the promise of immortality, a host of fantastical beings try their hand at creating the ever-elusive Elixir of Life. The resulting potions dazzle the eye and ensnare the senses, a beautiful array of jewel-like substances. They may not deny mortality, but they do make the theatre of life a more colourful stage on which to play.

Wanton Woman

It’s a melting pot of individuals, where ideas are exchanged, and new ones created. A surreal gathering from which the guests might never awake. Which is why this night can never end, and the game must be played for eternity.

So take your place at the table and let the banquet begin.

A feast for the eyes, the Art of Darkness collection is a sumptuous selection of jewel-like shades for eyes, lips, nails and body. From ruby reds to sapphire blues and emerald greens, accompanied by antique golds, this mythical array of lavish tones is as intense as it is opulent. Indulge your extravagant side and revel in the otherworldliness of night-time make-up.

Faerie

This is Art of Darkness.

Collection includes:

Illamasqua Precision Ink in Abyss and Alchemy. Review and Swatches

I’ve already posted a preview of Illamasqua’s Fall/Winter 2010 collection Art of Darkness and I told you that you can already get their Precision Ink for £16.50 at the Illamasqua website.

I always love to read how Illamasqua describes their products:

“Create looks with attitude that no one can ignore. Precision Ink’s fine tip allows for defined application. Long-lasting and waterproof its perfect for use anywhere on the face and body to bring out your bold side.  Available in deepest black, Abyss, and antique gold, Alchemy, the waterproof formula dries in seconds and stays true for hours.”

These are absolutely amazing, I love everything about them!

The colours are great, one can never have to many black liners as for the gold one – it’s very beautiful and I didn’t have a similar gold liner before (what a shame). And the colours are very pigmented, beautiful rich shades.

It’s easy to apply the liner with such  applicator. Even if you are not confident with liquid liners you can still try this one.

These stay on FOREVER, I mean it! Precision Ink stays on for

Illamasqua Art of Darkness Fall/Winter 2010 Collection Preview

I can’t wait to see the whole range of Illamasqua Fall/Winter collection. So far I know that there will be several new nail polishes, new lip products, new liquid metal palette (red, blue, green and yellow) and Precision Ink in Alchemy (gold) and Abyss (black) which you can already get for £16.50.

The collection is called Art of Darkness ( OMG, I LOVE the name). Illamasqua never dissapoints when it comes to visuals and the ideas behind the collections. I was extremely happy when I first heard about this brand and I love it even more today. It’s amazing to have an alternative beauty brand! And I personally would love to thank them for this.

This is what is written about the collection: