Illamasqua — The Art of Darkness

Disciple Precision Ink Liquid Metal

Illamasqua just released a new line called “The Art of Darkness.”  At this time, it is only available in the EU.   So, the rest of the world will just have to wait to get their hands on these dark goodies.

Like all their products, the collection looks amazing.  Disciple is a navy blue matte lipstick that will leave you looking like a beautiful corpse. The new eyeliner, Precision Ink looks striking.   The new Liquid Metal eyeshadow can be “used to adorn face, eyes and body.” Seriously. Check out the site, they aren’t kidding.

In the states, Sephora sells a portion of Illamasqua’s products.   If you like the looks of these products, why don’t you follow Siouxsie’s lead and email Sephora and ask them to carry more Illamasaqua.  Enough with the Kat Von D makeup already, give us Alex Box.

Bonus Video:

Siouxsie wishes the body glitter shown in the video was included in the collection.   Maybe next year.

Bonus Link:
Glitterdollz7 posted a great review of these products and got to meet her majesty, Lady Alex Box.

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~ by siouxsielaw on September 23, 2010.

3 Responses to “Illamasqua — The Art of Darkness”

  1. Oooo, pretty and scary.

  2. I honestly have never heard of Illamasqua (I guess I’m make-ip savvy like that) but these colors are beautiful. I’ve never been much of one for blue lipstick, but I’d be willing to change my ways for a tube of this.

  3. […] am a huge fan of Illamasqua.  I blogged about them previously here and here.  Sadly, they only have limited number of their products available at select Sephora […]

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