Tag: matte eye shadows
Here is a weekly update of the new products for face, lips and eyes that caught my attention, and are worth the purchase, in my opinion.
theBalm eye shadows are brilliant (my reviews here and here), and I am loving the look of the new matte palette which is the third in the Meet Matt line. There are nine new shades: Matt Lin, Thomas, Rossi, Lopez, Kumar, Moskowitz, Evans, Reed and Ahmed.
Benefit Benefit Cosmetics Dew the Hoola Soft Matte Liquid Bronzer, $28 from Sephora
As I’ve already said, it will be all about
ArtDeco’s Mystical Forest collection is all about the hot burgundy, crimson, berry and purple shades for eyes, lips and nails. There are tonnes of products to choose from so there is something for everyone. And how cool is the beauty box?
Soft Kajal Liner
- 12 – dimgray and 56 – woodgrained
Soft Eye Liner Waterproof
- 97 – anthracite
Eye Designer Refill
- 83 – mountain ash
- 236 – glam gorgeous aubergine
Beauty Box in Mystic Forest. How gorgeous are the purple and pink shades?
- 40 – crown pink
Eyeshadows: 215 – mountain rose, 91A – forest flower, 89A –
If you follow me on Instagram, you have already seen this photo of Rouge Bunny Rouge products that I was sent some time ago. And I want to start the series of reviews with the matte eye shadows, as the brand’s eye shadows have a cult status already, and a lot of you often ask me about them.
I actually already have a shade in Blackpepper Jay, and here are:
- SWEET DUST SERIEMA, “semi-opaque cool dusty mauve taupe”
- BASHFUL FLAMINGO, “semi-opaque pale powder-pink, looking ultra natural and fresh on the eye”
Bashful Flamingo is a great under-the brow highlighter to make your eye brows more groomed and defined, it is also a great shade to be used all over the lid to even out the skin tone. It works as a perfect “base” for other shades.
Sweet Dust Seriema is a
Ready or not but it’s time for Summer collections. Time flies! It seems like it was New Year’s Eve only yesterday, and it is (almost) the end of March already.
My other personal favourites are:
Sugar Pop Eye Shadows ($36)
Eye shadow palette with macaroons on the cover, and sugary sweet shades inside would make any girl happy.
The Little Black Book Of Bronzers ( $49)
The brand’s bronzers are amazing, and the idea of a book is just perfect. This is all you’ll ever need in terms of bronzing.
Chocolate Soleil: Antioxidant-rich, cocoa powder-infused matte bronzer that works on all skin tones, perfect for everyday contouring and creating an all-over deep tan.
Milk Chocolate Soleil: A lighter version of Chocolate Soleil that creates a more subtle, all-over warmth, perfect for those with lighter skin tones.
NEW Dark Chocolate Soleil: A darker version of Chocolate Soleil that’s perfect for more sculpted contouring, creating a more dramatic, deep matte bronzed look.
Snow Bunny: Four luminous shades blend together for just the right amount of sun-kissed, natural radiance.
Pink Leopard: Trio of skin-brightening and bronzing pigments that combine for a glorious all-over glow.
Beach Bunny: Custom-blend bronzer combines four sun kissed shades for a skin perfecting, summertime tan any time of year.
Endless Summer: Stay all day universal bronzer creates a
No matter how many nude/neutral eye shadows palettes we have, it seems like there is never enough. So here is a preview of the three newest launches.
free spirit (cream), force of nature (nude), dreamer (warm brown), multi-tasker (chocolate), caregiver (pale pink), natural beauty (mauve), best friend (mulberry), bombshell (dark plum), super mom (ivory), wanderer (light brown), power player (taupe) and fashionista (black).
L’Oréal Paris La Palette Nude,£14.99 buy it here.