|Rouge Bunny Rouge Summer 2017 cosmetics|
If you intend to keep your beautiful summer glow going into the fall season, then I tested a few more cosmetics from luxury beauty brand, Rouge Bunny Rouge, that can help with that task to perfect your look. Today, I want to tell you about four more in particular that you need to try.
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|This tinted moisturizer is great for how it blurs imperfections while treating the skin.|
Sketches on Water Tinted Moisturizer ($52) is rich in skin saving ingredients from botanicals as well as antioxidants like vitamins A and E and laminaria digitata extract (a form of seaweed) for anti-aging, moisturizing with hyaluronic acid, PCA and squalene to offering natural UVB protection due to smithsonite extract. It comes in three shades from the palest, which I tried with Adansonia (pale milky beige), Sequoia (pinkish beige) to Quercus (warm tawny mid-beige).
This formula feels lightweight on the skin, but evens out skin tone with light to buildable medium coverage. The skin looks flawless as it gains a soft, natural summer glow that hardly looks like you’re wearing makeup. Yet, this is your secret. My only problem with this tinted moisturizer is that the Adansonia shade I chose just was a bit too pale for my complexion. However, there is a simple solution of warming it up with these next two products.
|I swatched the Sea of Illumination on the right with Adansonia mixed with it on the left.|
Using their Bronzing Glow Powder in at Goldcombe Bay ($48) was one way to handle a slightly off foundation shade for a realistic, healthy summer glow that doesn’t overpower a light complexion. Being a finely milled, silky formula, it delivers a smooth finish that clings beautifully to the complexion without any powdery-looking finish. It has beneficial ingredients for moisturizing and skin revitalization from shea butter, ceramide 2 and palymitoylated oligopeptide.
My second option was trying the Highlighting Liquid in Seas of Illumination ($45). Now having tried all three shades of their Highlighting Liquids, I can tell you that these are among my favorite products that Rouge Bunny Rouge makes. A few drops of this pearly, white-gold liquid mixed with the Adansonia Tinted Moisturizer provided a subtle boost of color as well as an enchanting radiance with its soothing, moisturizing and age defending ingredients such as squalane, melissa extract and vitamin E.
|Here is the Halo shade of the Evanescene Imperceptible Powder.|
|Here is a swatch of the Halo shade. Notice the nice balance of beige to pink.|
To set my finish, the Evanescence Imperceptible Power ($48) in Halo was just what my face needed. This silky, vitamin-enriched powder has an ultra-fine consistency that adheres ideally, refining skin’s texture to banish flaws without looking obvious to provide medium coverage. Out of the four shades, I’m glad that I went with this natural rose beige shade being a great choice for my fair to light, warm skin tone.
In my opinion, the trick for prolonging your summer look is with these four Rouge Bunny Rouge finds. Check the company’s website because I promise that you’ll find them amazing!