There’s a morsel of that marvelously mysterious Chanel wow factor fluttering about the cool-toned Rouge Bunny Rouge Loess Eye Shadow Palette, and oh! — I’d also like to say that if you have warm-toned skin like I do, I’m 100% convinced that warm-toned wonder women can also wear cooler tones like these.
Now back to what I was saying about that Chanel wow factor…
RBR had fun with the finishes in this pigmented palette in a way that reminds me of Coco. There are four powder shadows — a rose, a beige, a purplish taupe and a gray — with finishes that combine the best of the satin and matte worlds. They blend with the ease of a satin but look a little like mattes on the lids. You can see see that a glint is there at first glance, but when you pause to look more closely, where did it go!? it disappears…
Don’t you just love subtle touches in makeup like that?
About these colors, I’m always surprised by the potency of Rouge Bunny Rouge eyeshadow and how I can get away with using so little. Even with colors like these, which I wouldn’t assume would look very punchy on my skin, I don’t have to use as much as I expected to.
The first time I used this palette, I piled it on, but I’ve come to realize that I didn’t have to. Here I’m wearing two layers of the purple taupe on my lids (and I’m also wearing the gray as a liner), and I probably could’ve gotten away with one.
Loess is available now, and I’m pretty sure it’s limited edition, so don’t delay, if you’re interested! If you are, RBR is offering a 20% discount for MBB readers using code RBR-MAKEUPANDBEAUTYBLOG20.
That discount applies to all purchases on the U.S. Rouge Bunny Rouge website, BTW, and lasts through the end of August.
You know me… I love a good sale. 🙂
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,