This is the result of a little exercise: using as many products as possible from just one brand. I chose Le Metier de Beaute because I have so many of their products, and because I didn't want to wear a heavier foundation. You can't go wrong with Peau Vierge. As for eye shadows, despite the temptation to go with one of the Kaleidoscopes I decided to use four single shadows from the permanent collection. I did sort of do the "couche de coleur " layering thing and used Le Metier's eye shadow brushes.
Here's what I used:
Face: Lorac Neutralizer as a base (because I'm testing it this week), LMdB Peau Vierge 02, LMdB powder, YSL Touche Eclat under-eye highlighter.
Eyes: Kanebo Sensai eye primer, LMdB eye shadows in Naked, Jojo, Blue Steel, and Midnight Sky. Also: Pencil eyeliner and Precision Liquid liner (I need to get a new one, this look used the swan song of the pen), both in black. Anamorphic Mascara in Midnight, probably the best mascara you're not using.
Eyebrows: I filled them where needed with Clay eye shadow, which just shows you that my coloring is weird. It's a fairly light matte taupe, several shades lighter than my hair, but still does the job.
Cheeks: LMdB cream blush in Tenne, applied with a flat top brush (Stila #21).
Lips: I mixed Dubai and Cannes lipsticks and topped them with Purple Haze gloss.
I had fun with this but have no idea if a one brand look is of any interest to you. Do let me know if you want to see more exercises like this or other special requests (as long as you keep in mind my middle-ageness and coloring).
Some of the products used in this post were PR samples.