Left to right: Purist blush in 65, Nudist lipshine in 8, Elitist eyeshadows in 816 and 817.
Elitist Matte Mineral Eyeshadow 817 is a blackened purple that leans towards blue rather than red. I like it as an eyeliner, which is how I'm wearing it in these photos. I've used it all over for a smoky eye too (I'd recommend holding a tissue under the eye for this though, as dark loose mineral eyeshadows do tend to drop underneath the eyes for me if I'm using them liberally.)
Elitist Matte Mineral Eyeshadow 816 is a neutral sand beige. It is only a hair darker than my NC20 skin, and so mostly evens out my lids and gives a polished appearance. I've applied it over my lid and just past my crease in these photos.
www.w3llpeople.com. They have started to sell samples of their products for $1.50, which is good if you are unsure about ordering colours online (and particularly helpful when choosing foundation.) They do ship to the UK (there's a flat shipping rate of $15.) If you would prefer to purchase from within the UK/Ireland to avoid potential customs charges, some of the products are available at www.misebeauty.com and www.beingcontent.com.
Disclosure: PR samples (apart from Narcissist, as noted.)
*We watched Green Street. The only thing less convincing than Frodo Baggins as a football hooligan was Charlie Hunnam's cockney accent. Worse than Dick Van Dyke.
Happy New Year!