Tag: brown mascara

Givenchy Noir Couture Mascara Review and Photos. Rave

Givenchy Noir Couture Mascara really caught my attention, and I’ve decided to buy one, without reading any reviews before head. I have also picked up the famous Phenomen’ Eyes to see for myself how it works.  When I came home I saw that I’ve  got the Noir Couture in Brown…
Yes, I have a new thing, taking photos of makeup with my books that is.

At first I wanted to exchange it but then I’ve realised that I have tried all kinds of mascaras from green and blue to purple, and even oxblood, but never a brown one, so it was about time [I did buy a brown mascara from Benefit ages ago but forgot about it, and it dried out].

First of all, let’s take a moment to appreciate the

Black Mascara Alternatives: Plum, Brown and Oxblood

I think I have already told this story, but why not sharing it once again. When I was a child the most fascinating thing for me, makeup-wise, was a colourful mascara. I remember that I was about 6, when I saw a girl with blue eye lashes, and I just couldn’t take my eyes off her. I promised myself that when I grow up – I will have a lot of different shades!

And, although, I don’t really wear blue or green mascaras that often – I do like more subtle versions for a change. Here are three that I want to share with you.

Black Mascara Alternatives Plum Clarins, Brown benefot and Oxblood Rouge Bunny Rouge

Clarins Instant Definition Mascara in Intense Plum (review)

This was a Limited Edition, but since it’s my favourite colourful mascara that I ever owned, I had to include it. Plus, you can still get it from Amazon.

The formula is brilliant, is gives you that wow-effect, nice volume and intensity.   I adore wearing it when I opt for a bright lip and want to keep my eyes look more subtle (and more  interesting than just black) but still defined. Actually, I get a lot of compliments when I am wearing it.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Dramatic Lash Mascara Megaplumes in Oxblood Panache (review)

I am the biggest oxblood fan, I have been wearing it for years

Laura Mercier Folklore Makeup Collection for Summer 2013

Laura Mercier’s Summer 2013 makeup collection was inspired by the cultural influence of South and Central American civilizations,  especially by the Aztecs.   Hence there are a lot of beautiful bronze and golden shades for face, eyes and lips.

How gorgeous is this promo image?

Let’s take a closer look…

There are three New LE  Illuminating Eye Colour (£18.50 / €30) Sun Glow, Fire Glow, Earth Glow.

Three New LE Lip Crayons (£16.50 / €27) Folklore, Mayan Sun, Burnt Clay

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