Tag: champagne eye shadows

Milk Makeup Eye Pigment in Hotel Lobby Review and Swatches

I’ve bought Milk Makeup Eye Pigment in Hotel Lobby without reading any reviews or doing any research, as I was curious about this product. And, spoiler alert, it is absolutely brilliant.

It is such a beautiful product! The formula is great, it just stays on for hours, all day long without any creasing or fading at all, and that is without any primers. If you do have oily eye lids, you may want to use one, but I personally was pleasantly surprised at the longevity of this eye pigment.

You have enough time to work with the product but once it’s set – it stays on. I’ve tried using a thin layer for just a light-reflecting and brightening effect, and also

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.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Long-lasting Duo Cream Eye Shadows Review and Swatches 2

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Rouge Bunny Rouge Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadows Silk Aether Review and Swatches

I  already made a post about the new rouge Bunny Rouge Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadows Silk Aether here and about the look where they were used here.

I have a shade which is called Brocade Skipper which is described as a  satin wash of blush champagne cream; buildable to darker, more opaque and metallic hue of the same colour.

First of all I want to show you the gorgeous package which I like very much.

These eye shadows come with an applicator which I find useful for this shade and I often blend it with my finger afterwards but I would suggest using a brush for the darker shades.

Silk Aether eye shadows have a lovely texture and they stay on very well, without fading as far as I can tell because this shade is very close to my skin tone.

Why would like to get this particular shade?

You are gonna love it if: