Rouge Bunny Rouge Solstice Halcyon: swatches and review
Today I want to talk about an amazing produtc, which is became one of my favourites during last months since I use it in a lot of my makeups.
I’m talking about a Rouge Bunny Rouge Solstice Halcyon. Rouge Bunny Rouge eyesahdows come in two forms, as regular packaging and in refill pan.
Story telling about this product is amazing: we’re in Enchanted Garden, When Birds Are Singing… so, each eyeshadow recalls different birds.
I leave here brand’s description which I find simply perfect:
The firefly festival is eagerly awaited all year in the Enchanted Garden. For then on this very special day, the best voices of the bird-world feed on tiny fireworks to embellish their voices and then gather to perform a single concert together. Their jubilant musical notes are inscribed in a syrup of figs and milk and preserved in tiny pots to be enjoyed all year round. Like this golden froth of musical syrup, WHEN BIRDS ARE SINGING… eye shadows are a time defying exotic enigma. This is plumage to adorn you in shades as deliciously mellow as soft silence that flows, or as brilliantly potent as jewelled notes. So addictive are these morsels that you’ll be causing your own kaleidoscopic ripples every time you wear them.
This is a luxury product, indeed. Price is high and you get a pan which fill Mac palettes, or you can buy RBR Eye Shadow Keepers (regular shadows are bigger, though). But you get what you pay: this formula is extremely smooth, buttery, quite creamy. And colour payoff is great.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Solstice Halcyon is described as a semi-matte mauve beige. I’d say it’s a neutral light taupe, perfect as transition colour in your crease or as wash of colour on your lid for simply and natural looks. Staying power is really good, without a base it lasts perfect for about 6-7 hours.
Have you tried any RBR eyeshadows?