Tag: cream eye shadows

Rouge Bunny Rouge Long-lasting Duo Cream Eye Shadows Review and Swatches. And 20% OFF!

If you follow me on Instagram, you could already see a preview of Rouge Bunny Rouge new products for Summer 2015.  The most exciting one is probably their  duo cream eye shadows. I have actually  included these in my monthly favourites.

This duo actually combines two gorgeous shades: Atlas Swallowtail  and Brocade Skipper (review and swatches), and regular readers will probably know how much I love both!

Rouge Bunny Rouge Long-lasting Duo Cream Eye Shadows Review and Swatches makeup4allThe texture is creamy and smooth it applies like a dream, blends out easily and stays on for hours without smudging or fading. I experience only minor creases by the end of the working day.  Just make sure that you blend the product quickly (which you can even do with your fingers), as once set – it doesn’t move.  One more thing which I have to mention – it is a great formula for mature ladies, as the shadows don’t enhance the texture of the skin.

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New Luxury Eye Shadows: Tom Ford, Chantecaille, Charlotte Tilbury and Givenchy

I have posted about a lot of new lip launches but what about the eyes? Don’t worry, there are a lot of exciting new products, as well. Cream, powder, singles, duos, palettes. There is something for everyone.

Let’s take a look…

New Luxury Eye Shadows Tom Ford, Chantecaille, Charlotte Tilbury and GivenchyThe promo is Charlotte Tilbury’s Supermodel Look.

Chantecaille Le Chrome Luxe Eye Duos, $58/ £48

The duos inspired by Venice: Grand Canal Duo in Laguna, a flattering green gray, and Rialto, a radiant gold and Piazza San Marco Duo in Pigeon, a midnight purple, and Marble a soft gray.

Available from Nordstorm already and SpaceNK

Tom Ford Cream Color, $42/£28

Metallic, pigmented and highly reflective molten-toned eye shadows from Tom Ford are pure luxury. The shades are Platinum and Spice.

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Clarins Ombre Matte Eye Shadows Review and Swatches

I know that a lot of people were  waiting for the review of Clarins Ombre Matte Eye Shadows, but I wanted to take my time, and test them out properly. And, finally, I am ready to share my impression.

This Autumn the brand released 6 shades of  what they describe as “new generation cream to powder eye shadows”:01 Nude Beige, 02 Nude Pink, 03 Taupe,  04 Rosewood, 05 Sparkle Grey and 06 Earth.

Clarins Ombre Matte Eye Shadows Review and Swatches Nude Pink RosewoodThese come with a signature red Clarins packaging, in a cute lightweight plastic jar with a golden lid on top.  Despite the fact that it is not glass, the products still looks high-end.

So what about the formula?

I’d describe it as a very well pressed creamy powder. The finish is matte (at least in the shades that I have), so they look very natural on the eye lids.

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Fall 2014 Eye Shadows and Liners: Clinique, Jouer, Dolce&Gabbana and Bobbi Brown

Autumn is the season when most exciting beauty launches are happening. We already had a preview of some of the new foundations, I plan to write a feature about the new lip products (and some of them are just awesome), and today let’s take a look at the new single eye shadows/ liners.

Fall 2014 Eye Shadows and Liners Clinique, Jouer, Dolce&Gabbana and Bobbi BrownDolce & Gabbana Coffee,  Jouer Starlight, Bobbi Brown Midnight Forest and Clinique Rasberry Berret, Peach Pop and Deep Dive

Dolce&Gabbana ‘Perfect Mono’ Matte Cream Eye Color, $36 from here

Long-lasting formula and matte velvet finish.

Shades: Cocoa, Coffee, Desert,  Elegance, Idaco,  Lava, Nude  and Sage

Jouer Long Wear Creme Mousse Eyeshadow, $30 from here.

Unlike, the D&G ones, these offer a

Travel Makeup Bag and Photos of Hungary

I get a lot of requests for more personal posts and for more photos of myself…

Since I was away for two weeks (Yes, this is why I wasn’t that active on Makeup4all’s social media accounts, I just did not have time)  in Hungary to attended several seminars and studies ( nothing to do with beauty; but what I do in life, FYI) I’ve decided to try.

I thought that I’d show you a photo of the makeup that I took with me first. It is a lot more than any personal would need for two weeks. But to justify myself a) I wanted  to have options b) people often ask me for tips and mini-makeovers when they find out that I also do makeup in my free time.

Makeup4all Hungary makeup bag

Although I was always very tired, as I did have an intense program, spent more money than I should have,  managed to learn just about five Hungarian words, I absolutely loved my experience.  Not only I’ve had a very productive  time,  I also met some amazing people,  and somehow managed to find more time for sports, such as running and swimming, than I have at home.  Plus I did see quite a few beautiful places in the country…

My top three places/things would have to be: