Rouge Bunny Rouge Eye Shadow Palette Raw Garden in Loess Review and Swatches

Rouge Bunny rouge launched the newest quad in their Raw Garden collection. It is called Loess, and it is a combination of warm and cool toned shadows.

Here is a close-up of all four:

  •  A soft golden beige; a highlighting colour
  • A soft, milky powder pink (the shimmering sister of our Long-lasting Matt Eye Shadow ‘Bashful Flamingo’)
  •  A mauve cacao
  • A smoky, neutral basalt grey with slightly cool metallic shimmer

Here is how it looks like in comparison with two other palettes Antigo and Caliche which

theBalm Meet Matt(e) Trimony Matte Eyeshadow Palette Review and Swatches

In my April beauty favourites I promised to swatch theBalm’s Meet Matt(e) Trimony Matte Eyeshadow Palette. I actually really like theBalm eye shadows (nude Tude and Shady Lady Palette Vol.2 , and this one was not an exception.

My friend was actually clearing out her collection, and passed this onto me.  While not all shades look good on my complexion, some of them I adore, and use a lot. My personal favourites are: Matt Rossi (cool toned taupe) and Matt Kumar (warm-toned reddish brown).

As it is always with theBalm eye shadows they are very smooth and soft, their mattes are some of the best on the market, they are not at all chalky or dusty, you can see how pigmented they are, too, on the swatches below. Gorgeous, right?

One more thing which I really like is a huge mirror which is brilliant for

Affordable Eye Shadow Palettes: Maybelline, Max Factor, L’Oreal and Revolution

I am sorry for the lack of updates but I have been very busy with work and one project I am currently involved in. But since I have decided to sort out my makeup, I’ve wanted to post about some of the affordable eye shadow palettes that I am passing onto my friends (three of them, one I am keeping for myself).

I am also giving away like 30 lipsticks which makes me kind of proud. I should really  give away a lot more, but I could never bring myself to parting with my precious. Think Gollum from The Lord Of The Rings, ahem.

But here are the palettes.

And they are Max Factor, Maybelline, L’Oreal and Makeup Revolution.

Max Factor Masterpiece Nude Palette Contouring Eye Shadows in 03 Rose Nudes (from Amazon UK and Amazon)

This is the one that I am keeping for myself. But, in my defense, I am giving away some other palettes not shown on the photo. While the photo is not the best quality you can still see how incredibly pigmented these eye shadows are. They are really smooth and

February 2017 Beauty Favourites

Two months of 2017 are down, wow, how did it happen? But this means that it is time for monthly favourites.

To be honest, I loved/used pretty much the same products as in January, and there are very few additions.

Also, this month most of the the products I have been loving are very cheap affordable. Let’s take a look.

I have started using my lip liners more often – especially  the  ArtDeco Soft Lip Liner Waterproof in 80  (review and swatches) and Rimmel Exaggerate Full Colour Lip Lipner in East End Snob  (review and swatches).  I actually want to get the Rimmel one in  red now, too.   I don’t really overdraw my lips like there is no tomorrow, I mainly use them to create the shape I want, and make the lipstick look more defined. But if you want to create fuller lips – this video from Lisa Eldridge is pretty awesome.

The other cheap and cheerful product I loved is  the Makeup Revolution Natural Nudes Eyeshadow Redemption Palette Iconic 3  (you can get it from Amazon UK or Amazon) which, according to all the reviews is a dupe for Urban Decay’s Naked 3. I have so many Urban Decay palettes which I have been buying over the years, but for some reason I barely ever use them, however I have been reaching for this Revolution one all the time. There are several shades I really love, and the quality is very decent, in my opinion. This palette was a present from a friend.

It’s not a secret that my favourite affordable skincare brand is

Rouge Bunny Rouge Raw Garden Surprise Eye Shadows

I have posted about the newest Rouge Bunny Rouge eye shadow offering two months ago on my Instagram, and am finally getting around writing more details.
So, what is the deal about it?
A limited edition Surprise Eye Shadow Palette ‘Phanes’ for only €50 (value more than €100) or receive it as a gift with orders* of €150 or more.
By the way, Rouge Bunny Rouge kindly offered my readers the 20% discount, and not only for this palette. The code is RBR-MAKEUP4ALL20. The code is valid until the end of March.
And, since I have already posted so many detailed reviews of the Rouge Bunny Rouge eye shadows (which you can read by clicking the link), this feature is more of a preview.
So what eye shadows are you actually getting? As it turned out, I already had 3 out of 5, so I have included the links, too.
 
ALABASTER STARLING, metallic silvery-white, with a hint of pinky beige – Excellent highlighting eye shadow
DELICATE HUMMINGBIRD, cool, dusky sugar-frosted plum, iridescent with pink shimmer (review and swatches)
TRUMPETER KOEL, dark lead-grey with lilac-blue iridescence (review and swatches)
UMBER FIREFINCH,  iridescent dark umber chocolate (review and swatches)
UNFORGETTABLE ORIOLE,  delicate, metallic white gold – perfect as a highlighting eye shadow or full-on dazzle effect for the evening.
They come in a LE five pan palette, which is like this one, only without red, it is all white.
So, if you are thinking of placing an order to qualify for this gift, here are my reviews of the brand’s products.
My personal top 5 favourites have to be: