Beguile Pure Pigment was featured in Illamasqua's Theatre of the Nameless Collection. You can read more about the Theatre of the Nameless Collection here.
Beguile was one of three pure pigments (Berber and Zeitgeist were the other two) in this collection. The effect of Beguile is stunning! It appears as a pure white with miniscule multi-coloured shimmers in the container, however, once applied, you could still pick up that true white shade amongst the pretty shimmers. This shade actually reminds me of Christmas and snow, although we don't get to feel snow up here in Brisbane at all!
|The model in this image is wearing Beguile along her eye lids.|
Beguile is definitely a multi-purpose pure pigment! Since Beguile is a shimmer based pigment, you could use Beguile to coat powder or cream based eyeshadows. A swipe of Beguile to your cheeks is another great way to turn your daytime blush to a dazzling night time look. You could also mix Beguile with your liquid foundation to create your own illuminator and apply small amounts to your cheeks, the bridge of your nose and chin to create a beautiful glow.
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Illamasqua Pure Pigment in Beguile was gifted to me when I attended the launch of The Theatre of the Nameless Collection in Brisbane.