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Urban Decay Jean Michel Basquiat Collection JMBXNCL

A few weeks ago I attended the launch of Urban Decay collaboration with Jean Michel Basquait. The lovely Laura from Ellefluence organised this event. I attended an Urban Decay event last year, so I had high hopes for this event.
The event took place in Newcastle Debenhams and Michael (Urban Decay makeup artist) told us some interesting facts about Jean Michel Basquait. He was born in Brooklyn American artist He favoured art work from the 70's His main style was informal graffiti He passed away when he was 27 years old in 1988 The makeup packaging can be used as artwork to hang up on your wall, once you use the product up.
Urban Decay Newcastle Debenhams team

The looks created 3 looks were created at the event. 3 of the Urban Decay makeup artists each created a look using each of the palettes.
Look number 1 Gold Griot eyeshadow palette £35 Neisha created the first look on Gemma. She created a brown smokey eye using the palette. She used a darker brown all over the lid Lighter brown in the …
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I haven't done a Q&A this year. So I asked on Twitter etc if you had any questions that you wanted to ask me.
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