Is there a girl on your Christmas list who is a true individual with her own style? A risk-taking damsel whose personality is like a chameleon; an ever-changing, truly glamorous fashionista of the night? Then Illamasqua’s new make up selection would make a great gift.
Cult British beauty brand Illamasqua unveils a 1920s Berlin-inspired collection called Theatre of the Nameless. If you want to relive that era for ideas, watch Liza Minelli’s Oscar winning performance in the musical “Cabaret”. Afterwards, you will be in the mood to paint your face, straddle a chair and go wild. If tattoos are where you see colors come alive think Kat Von D. Does your inspiration come through tunes? Turn on Lady Gaga and let out your inner monster.
There are seven pieces of this collection including a dark liquid liner to ink your face with graffiti. Wear this long-lasting violet lip shade, Kontrol when trying to make a huge Goth statement. The matching polish is great for any time you want to show off your nails. The smudge-proof dark mascara is truly breathtaking and is a great substitute for fake eye lashes.
“Theatre of the Nameless is a heady mixture of opulent hues, decadent pigments and fearless application. A bruised and burnished palette that gives a sensual slip, that bleeds color into color, worn through and kissed off.” Alex Box, Illamasqua Creative Director
“This collection brings us back to the brand’s heritage, inspired by the essence of self-expression that transformed 1920s Berlin” Joseph Corré, Illamasqua Joint Managing Director
The Theatre of the Nameless Collection is now available at illamasqua.com. Buy any gift for Christmas from the website to receive a free liquid metal eye shadow. Also available at select Sephora stores and Sephora.com