Illamasqua I’mperfection Collection – Spring 2013


Release Date: January 31, 2013
Availability: Illamasqua, Sephora

Company’s Description

The world isn’t perfect. But who wants to be perfect anyway?

I’mperfection is an open invitation to stand up and show the world what makes you perfectly, imperfect. We want you to highlight the features other brands encourage you to cover up and celebrate your imperfections like badges of honour.

So show off your freckles. Make beauty spots more beautiful. Shine a light on your birthmarks. And be proud of your scars.

Because life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about celebrating who you really are…

Here are full details and images of Illamasqua’s newly-released I’mperfection collection.

Pick 3 Travel Sizes with any $75 order - code DETOX (valid 1/22-1/24)

Precision Ink

  • Abyss: Gloss black

Powder Blusher Duo

  • Lover & Hussy: Soft apricot and Candy Pink
  • Katie & Ambition: Candy Pink and Neutral
  • Beg & Bronzerella: Dusky Rose and Copper Bronze


  • Immodest: Vivid Pink, matte finish

Intense Lipgloss

  • Shoot: Leaf green

Nail Varnish

  • Freckle : Speckled neutral
  • Mottle: Speckled green
  • Fragile: Speckled blue
  • Scarce: Speckled pink
  • Speckle: Speckled lilac

Blush up Brush

    Challenging conventional blusher application, Illamasqua’s all-new Blush Up Brush has an innovative, ellipse shaped head, designed to tuck directly under the cheekbone. Creating a soft diffusion of colour up onto the cheekbone, combine the Blush Up Brush with your favourite Powder Blusher Duo shades for a look that defines, elongates and slims the face in one simple movement.



Pick 3 Travel Sizes with any $75 order - code DETOX (valid 1/22-1/24)

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2 Responses to Illamasqua I’mperfection Collection – Spring 2013

  1. Lisa B. says:

    What do you think of these speckled things? I’m not sure…it seems a fad, but then again, you could get that effect with dotting tools, too…so maybe not?

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