Sunday, October 23, 2016

Rouge Bunny Rouge Fall 2016 Novelty Products (Eyes Wide Open Liner, Caliche Eye Shadow Palette, Love Lights (Goddess) Highlighting Powder) Review + Swatches!

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The Eyes Wide Open Brightening Liner Duo in Glacier Flower has fair-skinned ladies in mind.


Timeless beauty that is crafted to perfection is what you can expect from luxurious European beauty brand, Rouge Bunny Rouge.  Today, I have more from their tempting line of prestige cosmetics to show you, including several other Fall 2016 novelty items that are just too tempting to resist.

New for eyes are two more exceptional products with the Eyes Wide Open Brightening Liner Duo (Glacier Flower) and the Raw Garden Eye Shadow Palette (Caliche).  


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Check out the stunning purple-toned Caliche Eye Shadow Palette.


The Eyes Wide Open pencil ($27) adds instant polish with shimmering, creamy pale pink color at one end for strategic highlighting from the chin, cupids’ bow to the inner corners of the eye and brow area.  The reverse end has a pale nude beige color for the inner waterline of your eyes that enlarges them from how it brightens and opens them.


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On the left, I swatched the Love Lights Goddess  Highlighting Powder with the Eyes Wide Open Brightening Liner Duo on the right.

To keep my new pencil sharp and sanitary, the brand also sent me their Trio Pencil Sharpener ($14).  I haven’t tried this yet, but it is a nice own to own that will fit three different size pencils from thin, medium to fat ones. 


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A great sharpener is indispensable.  The shader brush #015 is another.

Another novelty product the company introduced was a new Raw Garden Eye Shadow Palette in (Caliche). Unlike the Antigo in striking brown tones, Caliche ($55) is a graceful play on purple, pink besides a brown-gray mauve with some soft shimmer.  The colors were so complimentary to my dark brown eyes, but I honestly feel this palette could be the game changer to any eye color.


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Here I swatched the shades of the Caliche Eye Shadow Palette for you.



For my application, I relied on the new long handled, sponge-tipped RRB Shader Brush #015 ($12) now in my collection.  This tip had cushiony plushness and took hold of the pigment quite well, reducing the risk of eye shadow powder getting into the eyes, which sensitive-allergy prone eyes like mine really appreciated.


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Love Light Highlighting Powder (Goddess) gives the gentlest pale pink glow.


The Loves Lights Highlighting Powder ($48) is the last novelty product that I got to try out.  This exquisite compact is available in two shades, Goddess (delicate pink glow touched with gold) and Sweet to Touch (amber and gold radiance).  My experience was with Goddess, a silky textured fine powder that is like dusting on pure whitish-pink light at the right time of the day.

Do stay tuned because I have more Rouge Bunny Rouge beauty excitement to share with you soon.  In the meantime, I suggest visiting the company’s website and stock up while these novelty products are available.

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