I visited the new Ellis Faas counter for the first time yesterday, and as Luce will tell you, I was very restrained indeed.
The counter has great visual appeal; the pens set in clear perspex with an indicative plastic colour blob around them draw attention and create interest amongst browsing shoppers. The make-up artist at the counter is excellent; she's a lovely redhead who looks great in the line and was giving a lady a very pretty and appropriate makeover while we browsed at the counter (and she also acknowledged us, instead of ignoring us as some sales assistants do while giving makeovers.)
I bought Creamy Eyes 107, a greyed beige/taupe, and Milky Lips 203, a browned raspberry. I was also tempted by Milky Eyes 108, a warm coral pink, but I resisted. Swatches of E107 and L203 below:
I would say that apart from about three of the eyeshadows and three or four lipsticks, all the shades lean towards warm. The Creamy Eyes are mostly brown-based; E103 is black and E109 is cream, but the colours in between are all variations on brown/beige. This isn't the line for you if you like cool, clear colours, and there are no pale cool pinks in the lip line up that I could see (sorry Marcia.)
As far as online resources go, you get the best deal if you buy in Sterling. Most of the line is now up on www.liberty.co.uk. It's also available at www.misebeauty.com, which ships worldwide. Mise also stocks Julie Hewett, another line I love.