MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Today I want to show you a very special, and, dare I say, magical product from Rouge Bunny Rouge. Their first eye shadow palette -  Raw Garden in Chronos. I know that the brand is really proud of their new creation, and they should be.

It is truly amazing! Let’s take a look.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Eye Shadow Palette Raw Garden in Chronos Review and SwatchesYou get five limited edition and exclusive shades with a bird pattern on top. They come in a sleek black palette with grey and red floral motives and birds.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Eye Shadow Palette Raw Garden in Chronos Review and SwacthesHere is a close-up of the shades. I have included a high quality  photo, so you can click on it to see the details:

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August 2014 Beauty Favourites

It’s monthly favourites time!

August 2014 Beauty Favourites clarins elemis thebalm YSL rouge bunny rouge nyx makeup4all

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This month it was all about beautiful  skin for me. The mix of Elemis Pro-Radiance Illuminating Flash Balm (review) and Clarins HydraQuench Tinted Moisturizer  (review and swatches) was my dream combo. It made the skin smooth, radiant and youthful. And I mean it. I guess the fact that recently several (!) people  thought that I am 19-20 speaks for itself. Plus you could definitely see the “real skin” underneath, no cakey thick masks which are even worse than bad skin tone itself, in my opinion.

Since I wanted to keep things on the light-to-medium side -YSL Touche Eclat  (review and swatches) was my best friend, as well.  For me it is a perfect light reflecting product for under the eye area, you get great, long-lasting results, also Touche Eclat doesn’t enhance the under eye lines.

August was definitely the month of

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My Must Have Face Brushes

It’s been a while since I did a post about brushes…  So, I think, it’s time a for a little update. I’ve decided to show you my most used face brushes whether it’s on myself or when I am doing someone’s makeup.

There are 6 that I absolutely have to have.

Brushes top 6 Makeup4all Daniel Sandler Rouge Bunny Rouge Lancome Sigma Japonesque Trish McEvoy

Let’s take a look:

Rouge Bunny Rouge Face Contour Brush 012 (Review)

This is my newest brush, and  my favourite for contouring. I have quite a few which I’ve collected over the years but they all are forgotten now, since I have this one. It has a perfect shape that goes right under the cheekbones. The bristles are firm but soft, which makes it a perfect contouring brush.

Japonesque 924 Travel Blush Brush (review)

Japonesque  rule the brush world, they are among the best. And their 924 Blush Brush is my favourite face brush that I own from them. It feels incredibly nice and soft on the skin and blends the product nicely. This is my blush brush of choice but I often use it for powder, too, as I am not a big fan of big powder brushes.

Daniel Sandler Blusher Brush (mentioned here)

Although

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July 2014 Beauty Favourites

This month there were quite a few  beauty products that I really loved. Which ones?July 2014 Beauty Favourites Makeup4all   Skincare

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm Review (review)

It is such an ah-mazing cleanser, feels creamy and lush on the skin, smells really nice, and leaves the skin soft and smooth. It can be also used as a face mask. What else could you ask for?

Elemis Exotic Cream Moisturuzing  Mask

This is one of my favourite face masks ever, so I am not sure why I still did not write a proper review about it, will do soon. As the name suggests, it moisturises and soothes the skin. Whenever I am stressed out, don’t get enough of sleep and work-work-work, this is the mask that helps my skin to look and feel decent.

You can buy Elemis from Feel Unique.

Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation Creme (review)

I wrote a detailed review about this cream last week actually, so you can take a look. But in a nutshell: it is a lightweight but hydrating cream that also helps with discolouration. It retails for $40 from Sephora and £47 from Feel Unique.

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Laura Mercier Bonne Mine palette (review and swatches)

Want to have two

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Regular readers know that I am not a big powder user ( I have a lot of different powders in my kit; but this is the only one that I use on myself). But even I, with my very dry skin, like some powder on a hot and humid day. To a)make my makeup last longer b)mattify my T-zone a bit.

This is why today I want to tell you about my personal favourite powder which is Rouge Bunny Rouge Flawless Face Powder Precious Velvet. 

I’ve had it for 2 years now, so I am not sure why it took me so long to write about it…

Rouge Bunny Rouge Flawless Face Powder Precious Velvet Review

Why do I like it?

  • It doesn’t enhance the dry patches on the skin that I may have and doesn’t dry out  my skin.
  • I don’t feel this powder on my face, it is very lightweight.
  • The brand says that it melds with the skin, and I totally agree.  It is not visible at all. You just get a perfected and flawless finish.
  • I like the effect Precious Velvet gives, it mattifyes  but doesn’t  make your face look  flat and life-less, you skin shows through.
  • For me personally, the effect lasts all day, but if you  very have oily skin, you may need a special matte powders. I haven’t tried it on anyone with such skintype so can’t make any comments. But on girls with normal skin  it worked amazing, as well.
  • As for the main ingredients, Rouge Bunny Rouge list the following: “Papaya Fruit Extract as a natural “face lift” and skin softener, plus Hyssop Extract with soothing properties. Rice Powder imparts a perfectly natural, non-shiny finish. “

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