Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Collection for Spring 2012

Introducing the Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Collection, where blinding flashes of pigment provide a sharp contrast to neutral tones, creating a saturated palette that catapults your alter ego to new levels of self-expression. Mix contrasting textures to express your true self, spiraling from rich metallic to pale matte shades.

Take a look!

Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Palettes $42.50

Fundamental Palette
The Fundamental Palette is a playground for self-expression. Experiment with contrasting textures, from glistening Liquid Metal in molten pewter to matt Cream Pigment in mint green, to express every inch of your alter ego. Coupled with two vibrant Powder Eye Shadows in Hype (Bold Yellow) and Inception (Rich Violet) this palette demands bold levels of nonconformity.

Neutral Palette
Create sculpted highlights and stark contours anywhere on your face and body with these four fundamental Powder Shadows. From new matte shades in Stealth (Creamy Buttermilk), Wolf (Chocolate Brown) and Vintage (Antiqued Gold) – a shade exclusive to this palette – to the glistening metallic accents of Obsidian (Rich Black), express your inner light and darkness in a rich riotous glamour.

Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Precision Ink $27.50
Precision Ink in pure white Scribe is the ultimate anti-liner. Subvert expectations and highlight the unconventional, creating white-lined eyes and white-out brows with Precision Ink’s super-fine tip. Waterproof and extremely long-lasting, Precision Ink also makes the perfect nail art pen. Simply apply then seal with Illamasqua Top Coat for nails that transcend conformity.

Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Nail Varnish $14

  • Stance (Bright Mauve)
  • Nomad (Bright Jade)

Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Lipstick $22 and Intense Lipgloss $20
Dare to be you with our vibrant Box Lipstick, the richest of reds, deep scarlet Lipstick takes you way beyond conformity. Intense Lipgloss in Fierce (Bright blue purple) speaks of uncompromising self-expression, the fundamental desire to stand out and a strong connection with the power of pure colour.

The Illamasqua Human Fundamentalism Collection for Spring 2012 launches at on March 20th.

What do you think?

Loving the loud, boldness of the collection?

  • 3/7/12 12:50 Chels:

    God, I can’t get over how AWESOME that turquoise hair is!


  • 3/7/12 13:10 Tavia:

    It’s a great collection I love it! Illamasqua has such a way with promoting their products. I remember their Art of Darkness winter collection 2010….was also great


  • 3/7/12 15:13 Ruth:

    I’ve been wanting to try out some pieces of their line but some of the colors are too: young, much, loud, bold (add your own descriptive) for me. Their presentation however, is stunning.


  • 3/7/12 18:15 Heather C.:

    Illamasqua steals my heart! Their photos and products are a color lovers dream!!!


  • 3/7/12 21:13 Jane:

    The products are great, but the images are so incredibly off putting.


    • 3/12/12 16:02 the Muse:

      agreed jane ;D! agreed!


  • 3/7/12 21:54 tiny:

    Am I the only one who sees these promo pics and immediately my mind goes to the Hunger Games and the people that live in the Capital? o.O


    • 3/12/12 16:01 the Muse:

      me too tiny!


  • 3/8/12 0:04 Ruthless:

    I love all the pictures except the first one, the chick on the bike just doesn’t do it for me, it’s sort of beyond thunderdome. I get that they are supposed to highlight editorial looks but c’mon… that’s just ridiculous.


    • 3/8/12 9:13 the Muse:

      i agree hehehe ;D


  • 3/8/12 1:12 Neverwithoutmymascara:

    Is it just me or the nail polishes look like the ones from Dior’s spring collection ? 😉


  • 3/8/12 17:47 ManicuredSlayer:

    I totally believe in Illamasqua’s message….but this is a little over the edge that borders on the ridiculous. Just too too much in the first pic.

    The makeup looks awesome tho! And I am digging the turquoise hair!


    • 3/9/12 11:40 the Muse:

      agreed, seems to get more and more crazy with each collection, the images are downright scary sometimes ;D!


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