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Friday, December 2, 2011

Rouge Bunny Rouge Beyond the Looking Glass & New shades launched- Preview



Dreamy and seductive with a telling glance, ‘Beyond the Looking Glass’ captures lots of light and forms a glamorous liaison with natural colours, creating a graceful Festive Season make-up.

Rouge Bunny Rouge make-up artists chose only the lightest textures for a perfecting look, and combined them with our two new Loose Glitter Pigment colours in soft, dusty shades to re-create a scintillating version of smoky eyes, without looking overdone.

This season Rouge Bunny Rouge make-up artists recommend light versions of make-up without foundation, even if you’re looking for an effortless but glamorous look like ‘Beyond the Looking Glass’. We underline the naturalness of the skin and cover it only with a moisturising and mattifying primer, with a hint of Luminous Skin Wand and Glide Concealer to achieve an even skin tone without any mask effect. Champagne gold and scintillating taupe tones around the eyes add the festiveness to our look, while the lips appear naturally glossy.

METAMORPHOSES Mattifiying Primer

NAKED DISGUISE Glide Concealer

FINE-SPUN LIGHT Luminous Skin Wand

AS IF IT WERE SUMMER STILL… Bronzing Glow Powder

SILK AETHER Long-lasting Cream Eye Shadow ‘Brocade Skipper’

FIRE DROPS Loose Glitter Pigments ‘Embrace of Cashmere’ & ‘Caress of Mink’ NEW

SEAS OF ILLUMINATION Highlighting Liquid ‘Sea of Showers’

FELINE GAZE Long-lasting Eye Pencil and Eye Khol ´Lola´

WITCHERY Modelling Mascara

SUCCULENCE OF DEW Sheer Lipstick ‘Dark Juices’

NEW COLOUR ANNOUNCEMENT for our Loose Glitter Pigments:

Embrace of Cashmere (Scintillating light gold in champagne)

Caress of Mink (Scintillating medium taupe brown with pewter-plum highlights)

Seven colours available.


By day, deep inside the Enchanted Garden‘s densest forest, by day the vast Agni Tree melts quietly into the sprawling greenery. But as dusk descends, Sparkling Fireflies teem around its warming
branches. For they know the secret thrill of the Agni Tree, and their delirious dance is a harbinger of the joyous night fireworks to come.
The Agni Tree‘s roots plunge to the depths of the earth, where they are nourished by molten lava. Each night, the magma rushes from the ground and pulses through the branches, until the crowning blossoms explode in a shower of vibrant molten fire drops, gleaming in every colour of the spectrum. The darting fireflies, smitten with the energy of these molten bubbles of joy, infuse their wing with the thrill; never knowing which hue will appear each evening. By dawn, these swift, uncurling flames of primeval fire dry into an exquisite concentrate, used to infuse with bliss the Enchanted Garden‘s various festivities.

We were inspired to recreate their zingy pigments for you as the Fire Drops range. Adorning yourself with this fiery lava dust will gift you with the playful mischief of a fluttering firefly and the
intense brightness of the blossoms‘ luminescent shades.
The formula contains a super high percentage of pearl, which will grant your eyes a marvellous shine and luminosity but with a weightless feel. We added Sodium PCA, a natural moisturiser that
maintains the water balance of the skin, makes the texture soft and elastic and the application creamy and easy. A sponge-tipped wand enclosed in a practical bottle will safely keep the pigment inside
and let it out only when you want it.

Application and use:

For a richly-gleaming look apply the Loose Glitter Pigments with its sponge applicator and blend it with the RBR Large Shader Brush 003.

Dust on with the RBR Large Shader Brush 003 for a more transparent glimmer.

To achieve a mirror-like sparkle buff FIRE DROPS with your fingertips over your eyelid.

Dust over the WHEN BIRDS ARE SINGING... Long-lasting Eye Shadows with the RBR Crease Brush 011 for a 3-dimensional look and to create your own rainbow of colours. |
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