Rouge Bunny Rouge Summer 2015 Collection Swatches and Pictures

Published in: Daily Photo

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Pieces from the Rouge Bunny Rouge Summer 2015 collection, available now online and at RBR counters

The fancy floral designs on these pans of Evanescence Imperceptible Powder are making my heart beat faster than a bunny’s. Those and the new Rouge Bunny Rouge Silk Aether Long-Lasting Duo Cream Eyeshadow in 085 Glossamer Wing, which I haven’t seen from the brand before, definitely have my interest. They’re new items in the Rouge Bunny Rouge Summer 2015 collection.

I don’t know how you do it, RBR, but you sure know how to hippity-hippity-hop into my makeup loving heart. 💖

Hare (get it?) are some swatches and pics…

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Rouge Bunny Rouge Sweet Excesses Glass Gloss in 078 Rhubarb Custard, 056 Fleur Parfait, 080 Raspberry Meringue, 079 Rahat Lokum and 082 Mousse Fandango ($29 each)

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Rouge Bunny Rouge Swell Bliss XXX Lip Plum in 085 Heather Royal Jelly, 084 Acacia Royal Jelly and 083 Clover Royal Jelly ($33 each)

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Rouge Bunny Rouge Evanescence Imperceptible Powders in 058 Aura, 059 Halo, 060 Mirage and 061 Eidola ($48 each)


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Chanel Fall 2015 Collection Les Automnales: Quick Look

Published in: Daily Beauty

Hello, warm, brown smokey eyes. :) That’s what I’m thinking about the eyeshadow palette and quad in the new Chanel Fall 2015 Collection Les Automnales.

Normally, I’d already be looking forward to fall — as in the real season — but this summer’s been a mild one for us, and I don’t want it to end.

But I am looking forward to wearing these new pieces from the limited edition Les Automnales collection, which is available now at Chanel counters and chanel.com.

Here are some swatches and pics…

chanel fall 2015

chanel fall 2015

chanel entrelacs eyeshadow palette

Chanel Entrelacs Eyeshadow Palette


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5 Ways to Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

Published in: Eyes, Makeup Tips/How To

How to make your eyes look bigger

#makeupgoals — to make my eyes look SO big that even good-natured, wide-eyed anime characters start talking mad smack…with jealously, of course!

TURBO THE GLITTERY RAINBOW PEGASUS: “Did you see Karen’s eyes today? GURL, I don’t even know. I like big eyes, but hers are HUGE.”

CHICI THE COTTON CANDY KITTY: “I know, right!? I mean, where does she get off making her eyes look bigger than ours? We’re professional anime characters, for crying out loud! We’re supposed to freakin’ dominate that doe-eyed sh*t!”

Haha! Craziness…

It’s true, though.

Making my eyes look as large as possible is one of my top makeup priorities, because I feel like I look spunkier, younger (at least that’s the idea) and generally more alert and awake when my eyes appear bigger.

It’s all an illusion, of course, but illusions can be cool, and this one is easy to create. :)

Here are five things you can do on their own (or together) to make your eyes look bigger.

1. “Tightline” your upper water line

how to make your eyes look bigger

Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in 88 Noir Intense

Darkening your upper water line by placing a dark eyeliner along the base of, and between, your lashes, also known as “tightlining,” makes the line look thicker, which appears to lift, brighten and enlarge your eyes.

The key is to really get down there with liner (waterproof works best for me) as close as possible to the base of your lashes. Just run it along your upper water lines, really getting in between the lashes at the roots, and repeat until you’re happy with the line.

2. Curl your lashes

how to make your eyes look bigger

If your lashes naturally stick out straight or point slightly downward, they might cast a slight shadow under your eyes, which can make them look a little smaller (my lashes do this!). If this happens to you, steal your cat’s favorite lash curler. :)

But seriously, curled, lifted lashes don’t cast the same annoying shadow under your eyes, and they draw attention up, up and away!

Curled lashes can also appear to sort of fold over on themselves, which can make your lash lines look thicker, which also enhances the whole “tightlining” effect.

3. Apply mascara to your top AND bottom lashes

How to make your eyes look bigger

By darkening, thickening and lengthening lashes, especially curled lashes, mascara can also make your eyes look bigger.

To really maximize the doe-eyed effect, look for a mascara that lengthens AND thickens, especially at the roots, and apply it to both your upper and lower lashes.
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MAC Cremesheen + Pearl Collection Lipstick Swatches: Part 2

Published in: Lips, MAC Makeup, Makeup

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MAC Cremesheen + Pearl collection Cremesheen Lipsticks

Rise and shine, pal o’ mine! Today for breakfast we’re having MAC on wheat toast with Nutella. :)

We have a delicious part deux post purée of six $16.50 MAC Cremesheen + Pearl collection Cremesheen Lipstick swatches to complete the 10-piece set we started last month (for reference, I’m an NC42).

All of them have been added to the MAC permanent line, so they won’t be going anywhere, and they’re available now at MAC stores, counters and online.

Of these, Koi Coral is the one I’ve been wearing the most. I friggin’ love it layered under pink and coral glosses (my favorite combo involves Urban Decay Streak Gloss).

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MAC Cremesheen Lipsticks from the left in Koi Coral, Star Magnolia, Little Buddha, Tokyo Tizzy, Pretty Boy and Sweet Sakura

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MAC Cremesheen Lipstick in Koi Coral

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MAC Cremesheen Lipstick in Sweet Sakura


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Soup Cans or Stripes and Sequins?

Published in: Just For Fun

I’m kind of drawn to the soup can shoes because they’ve got that off-white thing going, and I know I’d be able to wear them with more outfits (although they’d get hella dirty), but you know how much homegirl loves some sparkly bling! :) So I’d go with the sequins and stripes.

They aren’t exactly my style…but they’d definitely give people something interesting to look at when they saw my feet. Plus, if I were to ever end up on a stage somewhere (because you never know) under big, bright lights, with the sequins shining, I’d look like I have magical fairy feet.

And that’s a big plus.

What do you think? Soup cans or stripes and sequins?

Soup cans or stripes and sequins?

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