Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer: This Bunny Is Light on (Faces and) Its Feet

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Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer Review

El Hub: Sweetie, are you okay? Why are you crying?

Me: I’m not crying. My eyes are just watery.

El Hub: Are you sure, babe? I think those might be tears.

Me: If I tell you, you’ll think I’m silly.

El Hub: I promise not to think you’re silly.

Me: I dunno… I was just about to chat with the gals on the blog about this new Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Concealer, and then I started thinking about its velvety texture, and so I took out The Velveteen Rabbit and re-read it, and now I can’t stop crying.

I mean, when the Velveteen Rabbit becomes real at the end…?

FREAKING PMS!

El Hub: It’s okay. Put down the concealer for a second, and I’ll go get you Charmie and make you a cup of ice cream. I think we have some Three Twins Sea Salt Caramel in the freezer…

Me: (Sniffs) Really?

El Hub: You’ll feel better after you take a break, and then you can talk to your friends about makeup. I know that always makes you feel better.

Me: (Sniffs) Alright… :)

Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer

Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer swatches
Swatches from the left: Thalia 045, Eunice 046 and Clio 047

Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer Box

Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealer Ingredients

Rouge Bunny Rouge Naked Disguise Glide Concealers

  • Available in three shades, each with a sheer, semi-opaque coverage and a satiny finish — Clio 047 (a warm semi-opaque ochre-beige), Eunice 046 (a medium-toned semi-opaque peachy beige) and Thalia 045 (a natural-looking semi-opaque light beige)
  • Designed to disguise imperfections, like light scars and fine lines, while bestowing a natural-looking glow and color
  • I think all three shades are a little light for my NC42 skin…but I might be able to wear Clio 047 to diminish the red spots on my chin (damn these hormonal breakouts!) and Eunice 046 under my eyes
  • Clio does a good job of covering up the redness on my blemishes. It looks pretty natural and lightweight, but now that I think about it, I’m not so sure about Eunice. It doesn’t do much for my dark circles and only lasts about five hours
  • I do like the creamy formula and crayon packaging, but lighter lovelies and gals with medium skin tones may have better luck than I do with these. If you need real deal, heavy-duty concealing, though, you may want to look elsewhere (I really like the MAC Pro Longwear Concealers)

PRICE: $27 each
AVAILABILITY: Available now at beautyhabit.com
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B

Now serving Trader Joe’s Meatless Meatballs!


Perfect for spaghetti in “meat” sauce, LOL! I made it last night with TJ’s off-the-shelf marinara sauce, and I think it turned out surprisingly good. First, I cooked the meatballs in a little olive oil with some shallots, garlic and basil, yum!.

Let me know if you want the full (easy) recipe. I’m thinking about starting a Meatless Mondays at home.

Hope your hump day got off to a good start. :)

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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  1. Nina says:

    First off, what a cute El Hub & Karen story – he knows you so well!

    Definitely curious about this concealer … and the meatless meatballs! Hurry up Trader Joes!

  2. Jennifer says:

    Oh sweet husband you have! Off topic but I am halfway through Enclave and I really like it.

    • Karen says:

      Hi Jennifer,

      I’m so glad you’re enjoying the book! The follow-up book, Outpost, comes out next week. I’m counting down the seconds…

      What part of the story are you currently at?

  3. Heidi says:

    Oh, man, I don’t have to have PMS for the Velveteen Rabbit to completely do me in! It’s the best!

    I have used those meatless meatballs many times and I love them!

    Last night Brian came over and I cooked for him (first time cooking for him). He’s usually a meat and potatoes kind of guy but he’s very tolerant of my semi-vegetarianism. I made mango barbecued beans and it was supposed to serve four people. I had my one serving and Brian polished off the rest of the pot. I guess he liked it!

  4. Cynthia says:

    ugh. I’m gonna be honest. When companies don’t care enough to make darker shades, it REALLY turns me off towards buying anything of theirs.
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  5. Kim says:

    Oh, El Hub! He’s so good. :) The Hubs would say “OMG, were you watching ‘How to Train your Black Beauty’ again?” I famously sobbed through (nearly everything I’ve ever watched – hee hee) Black Beauty and How to Train your Dragon. I’m with you on the Velveteen Rabbit. There is a more recent kids’ book that is even worse. The name is not coming to me, probably because every time I looked at the cover, I’d bust out in tears! Hey, we’re tenderhearted, what can we say? :)

    • Karen says:

      It’s been years since I’ve seen Black Beauty…I do remember quite a few tears! *sniffs*

      If you remember the name of that book let me know so I can stay away from it, LOL!

      • Kim says:

        This is the honest truth. It hit me this AM that it was “I Love You Forever”. I just googled that to be sure it was correct and had to close the window immediately so I wouldn’t cry. PMS, right? HAHA!

        It’s been years for me with Black Beauty, too. The Hubs came home from work and I was sobbing on the couch. We hadn’t been together for long so he thought something horrible had happened and rushed over, very worried, asking what was wrong. I was like “I was just watching Black Beauty (sniffle)…” He said “you just got home before me… how long could you have been watching?”. After I choked out “I don’t know.. 15 minutes?”, that was the end of the sympathy. :)

  6. musical says:

    Awwww-that’s such a sweet story from you and El-Hub :). Salted caramels and ice-cream!

    Love the faux meatballs from TJ’s. I am vegetarian so these suit me well. I also crumble ‘em and use for a good chili. The guy and i are both total TJ fanatics :). They recently discontinued one of his favorite frozen meals and he was upset! But then he found something yummier to replace it ;). Their fruity floes, mochi ice-cream and biscottis also get massive love.

    These concealer shades are quite light for me…*sigh*

  7. Kimberly says:

    Thanks for the info on the concealers but I guess I’ll have to wait for a suitable shade. You must read Homer’s Odyssey by Gwen Cooper. As fit TJ’s….please post recipe.

  8. Thea says:

    Oh noes! I was so excited about maybe trying out a new concealer for once, but seeing the ingredients put me off it… :( All that mineral oil will give me major break-outs!

    The full recipe for the meatless meatballs would be welcome, though! Meatless Mondays is such a good idea :)

  9. Katherine G says:

    Love the story about El Hubs. The Velveteen Rabbit is sad! And I cried at Black Beauty, too. My emotions have to be kept more in check because of my job but there are a few things that can successfully make me cry. The concealers look interesting, I’m always on the lookout for a new concealer to try!.

    • Karen says:

      Hi Katherine G!

      Thought of you today…I was playing with Club and applied it on my lid with a wet brush. Have you tried this yet? It looks amazing.

  10. Vanessa says:

    Your spaghetti in “meat” sauce — oh man, that sounds great!

    I’m hungry now.

  11. Chelsea says:

    El Hubs is so nice

  12. Those look nice and creamy, but its a shame about the measly shade selection
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  13. Phyrra says:

    I wonder if Eunice would work for undereye circles.
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  14. Jenn Staz says:

    haha i love the dialogue. and those TJ’s meatless meatballs are my fave! not only are they vegetarian, they’re vegan. speaking of which, I will add them to my shopping list.. it’s been too long.

  15. What a cute story, hehe. Not too sure about the pencil concealer though. I prefer cream.

  16. Marina says:

    That is such a cute story :) You make a great couple! As for the concealers, I use Eunice for my under-eye circles.
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  17. NeenaJ says:

    It’s not PMS. The Velveteen Rabbit threw me into hysterics as a child and I’ve never picked it up again. Someone bought a copy for my son and I told my husband that he has to be the one to read it – and only if I’m not within earshot. I just can’t take it.

  18. Tor says:

    You guys are adorable! Love the packaging on the concealers, too. :)
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  19. artemis says:

    OMG, what a sweet husband. you are sweet too, so it’s a perfect couple

  20. Julie says:

    I think it’s great that the shades are light. Brands always make concealers and foundations way too dark for pale girls, good for us this time.

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