Tag: Rouge Bunny Rouge review
Several days ago I have posted the information about the new Rouge Bunny Rouge eye shadow palettes and refills.
And I actually have three new shades and a palette to show you. Here is the packaging looks like…
The palette itself also has the iconic RBR flowers on top. You can also see three little holes in the palette which is a great idea as they allow you to push the needle through when you need to get the eye shadow out.
And here is how the eye shadows look like inside. The shades that I have are:
- Golden Rhea – Iridescent pale gold, pure and simple
- Lilac Reef Curassow – Pale lilac with iridescent effect
- Trumpeter Koel – Dark lead-grey with lilac-blue iridescence
The original eye shadows are 2.4 g (£22) and these are 2 g (£16) so they are a bit smaller but also cheaper.
You may know that Bejewelled Skylark is my most favourite eye shadow so I was excited to try new shades from RBR and here is my opinion.
The eye shadows are
I have already written about the Rouge Bunny Rouge Gleaming Temptations lip gloss but they also have Glassy Gloss lip gloss which comes in six shades.
I’ve got one shade as a Christmas present from Zuneta and RBR. (Thank you!)
The shade that I have is called Jungle Fudge (£22) and is described as cushiony-soft semi-sheer metallic finish cool copper, with a glint of silver pearls. And it’s a perfect description.
I personally would probably never get such shade for myself so that is cool to try something different!
I find the Glassy Gloss moisturizing, hydrating and nourishing, it looks nice even on the dry lips and definitely makes them feel better. It is rather thick, which I personally love a lot, but not sticky. The product has a decent staying power. Jungle Fudge has a fruity scent which makes me think of mango.
Here is the swatch in the direct sunlight
I want to show you one of my favourite eye liners – Rouge Bunny Rouge Rave Glaze Laquer Liner.
It is a jet black eyeliner with a precise tip which allows you to control the application. On me it lasts all day with smudging or fading. I also find it easy to apply but if you are not very confident with the liner – you may try using pencil or eye shadows first to ‘map’ the line and then use this liner.
Here is how the tip of the liner looks like
Rouge Bunny Rouge FIRE DROPS Loose Glitter Pigments in Embrace of Cashmere and Caress of Mink.Review and Swatches
Since we are talking about Rouge Bunny Rouge today I’d like to show you their FIRE DROPS Loose Glitter Pigments in the two new shades which were launched recently as a part of the Beyond The Looking Glass look.
The shades are:
- Embrace of Cashmere (Scintillating light gold in champagne)
- Caress of Mink (Scintillating medium taupe brown with pewter-plum highlights).*
These pigments come with a great sponge applicator which allows you to use the pigment without making a mess. The formula of the product is really nice, although these are shimmery products, they don’t fall all over the place and are easy to apply. They go on smoothly and blend effortless.
I am also impressed with the staying power. They last for the
Today I want to show you this beauty from Rouge Bunny Rouge which is called Quartz Eyeliner Devotion Ink.
Here is the photo with the package, as I find their packages too cute, I don’t even throw them away (sad, I know).
This is a prefect shade for the subtle look, it looks really pretty and delicate when applied. This shade is pretty unique, I don’t have a similar colour. The glitter is also very delicate and gives this liner a dimension.
As for the staying power