We sat in on the Lauren Luke question and answer session first off - which was surprisingly quiet, perhaps due to the early hour (11am on a Sunday!) and possibly down to the very consumer focussed nature of the session. More on that in due course.
More inspiring body art (and a tiny bit of distracting pant bulge)
An amazing array of eyeshadow refill pans from the Make-up Studio, a brand we'd not heard of before from the Netherlands, which is supposedly big in mainland Europe. The pans are massive: the size of Stila eyeshadows, they cost between £7 and £10, with a huge range of colours available. I picked up one of their baked shadows; review coming up soon.
More large eyeshadows, this time sold as customisable palettes from French brand Paris Berlin. These are thick, sturdy carboard palettes which snap shut with magnets - very durable. I bought some of these for my mother, and they're pretty impressive - decent pigmentation if not the highest I've ever seen, and the palette quality is excellent.
More incredible body painting. The symmetry and level of detail in this appication was seriously impressive.
The infamous Alex Box, wearing a rather gorgeous sparkly red number, just before she began her epic 4-look application, which was set to music. We'll be providing a full breakdown of her performance in the next few days.
A glorious combo of body painting and some very striking facial makeup. The lashes are Make Up Forever and had a gorgeous fluttering movement when the model blinked - beautiful.