Une is by Bourjois, will be sold in Boots generally and is already in the big Boots on Oxford Street, near Bond Street tube station. The products are priced between £5 and £14, with most at around the £8 mark. The Lip-Toned Lipsticks are a nice texture and have a lot of good my-lips-but-better shades; I liked T8 and T9, both quite deep rosy shades. I also liked the cream to powder Breezy Cheeks blushes. I wasn't impressed by the Sfumato powder eyeshadows. It might just have been due to previous abuse of the testers, but the powders were somewhat chalky with almost no colour payoff when I tried to swatch them. The Nude cream to powder eyeshadows had better colour payoff and the flesh-toned shades would make a nice base for powder eyeshadows. The blush and lipsticks would be good for someone wanting a very natural make-up look, but I wouldn't personally buy the Sfumato eyeshadows, even for that person.
Kjaer Weis will be at SpaceNK (it's already online, but not in bricks and mortar shops yet. The sales assistant didn't know when it exactly it would arrive). This is a very expensive line; the blush, liptints and eyeshadow cost between £32 and £38 each, although it appears refills will be available for much less; £13 to £18, so much of the initial purchase price is attributable to the admittedly lovely packaging. I'm not sure how I feel about this; I like packaging to look nice, but not to double the price of a product, and at £35 a product has to be absolutely exceptional. It's pretty similar to what ByTerry did with the original line though, where you had to buy a silver pebble container to hold each single eyeshadow/blush.
I'm looking forward to having a look at the products when they do launch at SpaceNK - the line is small with 3 lip tints, 3 cream blushes and 4 powder eyeshadows, all in natural shades. I'm hoping that the eyeshadows are more pigmented than Une Sfumato shadows, and at that initial price, they should be.www.spacenk.co.uk.