This reminds me why I like Julie Hewett products so very much. After having to really work hard with the Jemma Kidd quad on Monday, applying the Julie Hewett Twilight palette yesterday morning was effortless.
I used the Clay shade from Soiree as a base (I don't like shimmery base shades) then (all from Twilight) the cool matte brown in the crease, the pewter with scattered sparkles on the lid, the shimmery charcoal to line the upper lid and the shimmery white to highlight my browbone. The overall effect is subtle but polished, and I could easily smoke it up by using more of the charcoal and cool brown. The colours are well pigmented, but blend easily.
I'm also wearing the Rosie Cheekie, and Lulu Bijou lipstick (sheer lipsticks.) Lulu is a cool rose; it was a bit brighter in real life than it looks in this picture.
Here's a close up of the eye: you can just about see a tiny bit of the sparkle on the lid; it's subtle, but pretty and brightening (and again, it was more apparent in real life.) Twilight is overall cooler and more shimmery than Soiree palette. I'd love to try it with the Vampie Cheekie, as recommended on the Julie Hewett website.