Illamasqua's Generation Q collection celebrates the fact that make-up is not structured or regimented and is open to everyone despite race, age or sex.
Their Generation Q campaign features models that are not models but real people both young and older.
People are often scared to use cream products as they worry they will crease and wear off. This palette is a great introduction to mixing cream and powder textures.
Shades include Slink (frosted champagne), Forgiveness (matte plum) and Queen of the Night (frosted blackened plum pressed pigment).
The forth shade is a new liquid metal cream in the colour Focus.
You can wear the cream alone but by using it as a base under the powder shadows it increases the colour intensity of the powder and creates a deep smokey eye.
These colours look amazing on blue or green eyes.
This pink based coral blush has a fine golden shimmer pigment running through it.
The vibrancy of this colour looks fresh, glowy and peachy on the skin.
On a deeper skin tone this could be used as highlighter.
This nail varnish from Generation Q collection is a gorgeous jet black with silver glitter pigments.
Reminds me of the sky at night covered in stars.
I would wear this all year round but it's a great colour for this time of year.
15ml is £13.50
There are some other great pieces in Generation Q so check out http://www.illamasqua.com to view the whole collection.