This is what I got:
1) Barry M Dazzle Dusts in Bronze and Tan
2) YSL faux cils mascara
3) Bobbi Brown creamy concealor in porcelain
4) MAC Eyeshadows in Plum Dressing and Wintersky
5) Dame Edna highlight powder in What a Dame
I've heard nothing but good things about YSL faux cils. I have only used this a few times. It separates my lashes but im not sure if it lengthens them. Im still on the lookout for the mascara that really does give the false lash effect however i'm very tempted to shell out the money and try Lilash.
The highlight powder from the Dame Edna collection was a big disappointment. The only good thing is has going for it is the packaging and even that isn't the best (the red spectacles is indeed a sticker). The powder is described as a "pale clean orangey peach" with a shimmery top layer. After a few swipes this top coat is gone leaving nothing more than a beauty powder which matches my skintone. Waste of £18? In my opinion yes!
For my under eye concealer I had been using MAC's select cover up which left my skin looking drier than usual and emphasised any lines that I have. So far the creamy concealer from Bobbi Brown seems like a good investment (£22.50 RRP). It brightens up my eye area and is almost moisturising. With select cover up I really had to work at blending it in especially at the inner corners of my eyes but with a few pats of the BB and it melts onto the skin leaving an even finish which can then be set with the powder it comes with.
I had initially passed on the Chill collection but after reading a post from the Yummy Mummy I rushed out to pick up Wintersky E/S along with Plum Dressing E/S. Wintersky is a lovely frosty pale pink which I use on the inner corners of my eyes to open them open as I have very hooded lids. I think I might try this as a cheek highlight as well.
This is my interpretation of the look she did using these colours:
From left to right we have wintersky, plum dressing, tan and bronze.
Happy new year everyone! Hope you all have a wonderful 2009.