Waterproof Eye Pencil in Black, an eyeshadow in 62 Aubergine and a lipstick in 31. The packaging is lovely; everything feels nicely weighty for a high street brand, and I particularly love that the eyeshadow compact has a mirror in the lid.
Finally, the lipstick. You know how much I love my reds, and this is an entirely welcome addition to the party.
Again, this is priced at £14 which I'd say is about £3 more than it really should be. Mac and similar brands make absolutely equal lipsticks so I think £14 is a little pricey.
Finally, where you can buy it in the UK. Bearing in mind the price points on these items, and the look, etc., you could be forgiven for expecting me to direct you to Selfridges, or even Liberty (where I actually think the brand would nestle nicely in their lovely Beauty Hall) but instead, I shall Direct (geddit?) you to Tesco. Yes, to Tesco, grocery behemoth and increasing contender in the beauty market with their newly launched Beauty Halls. For that is where you shall find Diego Dalla Palma and his myriad wares (well, not actually him. That would be weird).
I just don't really understand why they've chosen to launch with Tesco. I mean obviously I understand the audience reach but the price point doesn't tally with the other beauty brands they carry, and even amongst the other slightly higher end brands they'll be carrying in the Beauty Halls, I think this is a bit of an odd inclusion. It just seems a shame that such a sleek line will be jostling for attention amongst the turnips and the washing liquid because actually I think it deserves a much better home than that.