Graphic Garden collection sets with two brush sets, two eyeshadow palettes, and two lip bags. I love the graphic black and white details on the twill pouch, which makes such a cute kikay kit and the palettes and lipsticks that are just too hard to be brought back for B2M. The eye palettes are definitely love. I like the Fresh Cut eyeshadow palette, which has warmer shades for a warm, fall smoky eye as opposed to the springy brights at the Graphic Garden Palette.
The Define and Blend brush set comes with a 129SE powder/blush brush, a 190SE brush to pat and blend foundation, 209SE eyeliner brush to line eyes, 219SE pencil brush for crease contour and setting eyeliner, and 252SE large shader brush to deposit and BLEND eyeshadow color. Shape and Perfect brush set contains your contouring essentials. 168SE large angled contour brush to sculpt supermodel-like cheekbones, 187 SE Duo Fibre brush, 194SE concealer brush for spot-concealing, 212SE flat definer brush, and 275SE angled medium shading brush to contour nose or sweep a wash of color on the eyes.
Lip bags in Summer Crop and and Baby Blooms make the eyes take center stage in muted shades of rosy pinks and beiges. Each bag comes with two lipsicks and a lipglass with the uber cute graphic details too.
Love That Look collection (with Lyn promoting the products) :P features limited edition pots of eyeshadow color and pearlglide liners with a bit of shimmer and sparkle for sparkly smoky eyes.
Recommended colors: Grand Entrance, Glamour Check!, One Off, and Strike a Pose for colorful smoky eyes.
Euristocrats 2 features limited edition lipsticks, dazzleglasses, and lip pencils. For those who want to try red lipstick, check out Cockney, a sparkly red in a sheer lustre finish. Hot pink-loving mamas can go for lip pencil in Magenta.
Love the pout, Jarwin. :). The lips on picture are just love. I think here the pencils were used as lipsticks for color that vibrant. Those who want the classic bright red could go for lipliner in Cherry topped with Cockney. For youthful shine, add a dollop of Rue de Rouge on the center of the lips and blend outwards.
One reason (again) for me to work ten times as hard so as not to go bankrupt as I have a keen eye on more favorites now.