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Illamasqua Toxic Nature Collection for Spring/Summer 2011

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Illamasqua Toxic Nature Collection for Spring/Summer 2011

Release Date: March 10th, 2011
Available at: Illamasqua & Sephora.


In retaliation against the genetically modified society that plunders it, the landscape has issued forth a torrent of hybrid shades. Corrupted hues glister amongst muted tones – extreme, intoxicating versions of their original selves.

This is an atomic-botanical environment where survival is key and camoflague by colour is the path to existence.

We scoured the abandoned toxic wastelands of the world to create an eclectic selection of corrupted hues for the eyes, lips, nails, face and body. Flitting effortlessly from poisonous pastel to hazardous neon, this cataclysmic mix of brave new tones take your look to the outer limits of nature’s palette.

Become a herald of the new age of Toxic Nature with uncharted night-time make-up.

Cream Pigment £17.00
A new matt formula that can either neutralise or dominate. Create the ultimate in textures whether it’s on your face, eyes, or body, bringing a flash of colour to a subtle contour.  “The power of the products in this collection is evident in the intensity of the Cream Pigments they are intense, raw colour but blend down easily exactly like an artists paint palette.” -Alex Box.

  • Bedaub Mint
  • Dab Lilac
  • Delirium Rose Taupe (EU Exclusive)
  • Emerge Peach (EU Exclusive)
  • Hollow Toffee
  • Mould Grape

Precision Ink £17.00

  • Glister: Glistening opalescent nude.

Lipstick £15.50

  • Atomic: Fuchsia violet.
  • Flare: Bright orange.

Sheer Lipgloss £13.00

  • Divine: Fuchsia pink.
  • Torture: Coral peach.

Nail Varnish £13.50

  • Bacterium: Pearlescent ash ochre.
  • Gamma: Neon orange.
  • Purity: Peach.
  • Radium: Acidic lime shimmer.
  • Stagnate: Grey mauve.

Toxic Claw £35.00
Illamasqua are proud to present the second collaboration with visionary manicurist, Mike Pocock. A beautifully presented set of two false thumb nails, these have been designed and individually hand made by Mike. ‘The mutated aesthetic of the nail was inspired by the corrupted hues present in the Toxic Nature collection’.

See more information and photos… 

Unpredictable, uncharted and unnatural, Illamasqua unleashes Toxic Nature for Spring/Summer 2011, a colour collection born from a visionary concept of nature fighting back against the genetically modified society that plunders it. Illamasqua has created the Toxic Nature collection through a palette of lurid shades, corrupted hues and glistening muted tones that offer intoxicating versions of their original selves.

“Having an artist background highly influenced this collection. The medium of paint when it is in various states [mixed on a palette, on a canvas, the colours mutating when you wash your brushes] inspired the product colours of Toxic Nature. Blends, washes, dabs, drips, daubs and splashes of colour are evident in the imagery of the collection.” – Alex Box, Illamasqua Creative Director.

Like nature itself, it’s not all sweetness and light. Shades of mint, mushroom, plum, orange and rose are distorted with rich textures and pops of acid-infused brightness that command attention and draw you in…

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Product Photo - Cream PigmentsHollow Toffee, Delirium Rose Taupe, Mould Grape, Emerge Peach, Bedaub Mint & Dab Lilac Cream Pigments

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