Illamasqua’s spring look, Sirens, is an innovation in beauty creativity. Part bold and bright, part metallica, its daring and futuristic while still being wearable. Illamasqua is starting to roll out across the UK now although its hard to see how the brand can improve on it’s current Selfridges Oxford Street counter that literally stops people in their tracks. We’re seeing the very beginning of a Brit brand that I think will be a global phenomenon over time.
This blue nail polish, Muse, can be worn together with their hot coral shade, Lament, by painting tips or half moons in one colour and the main part of the nail in the other; either looks stunning and edgy.
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I do agree that Illamasqua has an eye-catching display, if you can get to it….last month, I was attempting to swatch some lipsticks, and the entire counter was taken up by a gay Japanese man having neutral beige lippie applied by the MA. He kept checking the mirror to make sure it was being applied right and that it was not too obvious–for heavens sake, this is ILLAMASQUA–they are not about subtlely.
In the end, I gave the products a pass because the
I agree – I think Illamasqua is one of the first British born brands that will seriously be a contender for MAC.
I like that brand a lot but I think I’m having burn out – too much, too soon!
Big competition for mac.. ive gone 3 ties to the counter and lost control. Ouch my wallet is sore.. but i have alot of pretty make-up!