[unpaid/ad/samples/affiliate] This post is a bit of a mash-up of the January launch Sui Black and the February launch of Midnight Flower (largely because I didn’t read the press release first – because I was in such a hurry to get the items in front of the camera – and didn’t realise I was looking at two separate collections).
First, and deservedly so, the Face Colors. There are two options in this flower-burst for cheeks – the idea is that when you take your brush across it you get a predominating shade of pink or peach with just accents of the other shades. Really, it all blends together so well that you won’t feel like you might have a purple stripe somewhere!
They slot neatly into the Face Color Cases (you might already have one but there is a new version available). The colors are £18 each and the case is £8.
There are also two eye shadow trios (£22 each) – super pretty and wearable although I am never sure quite how to get along with yellow. The outside of the palettes is a butterfly which fits into the theme of a ‘midnight garden’ – dark with emerging colours.
These duos are from the Anna Sui Black collection – they’re just a delight with three different variants (although I am looking hard at the black and burgundy one!). They’re spotty on the front.
Each duo is £18 and I LOVE the addition of a heart shaped mirror – a lovely attention to detail. The shades are Funky Pink, Anna Sui (black and red) and Rich Brown. It’s recommended to wear a red lid and accent it with the black – honestly, I can’t wait to try this (perhaps not in a live Instagram story!). Actually, with each one the deeper shade has a blackened base so they’re very much all for deep accented looks. I’ve checked around stockists and it seems that Amazon has the best choice but are selling out quite quickly (only 2 of the blush left) HERE. Non aff HERE.
Eye shadows are swatched above (self explanatory) and the palettes below.
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