Rouge Bunny Rouge
I’ve got a fun one for you today. I was recently sent some goodies from Rouge Bunny Rouge to try out! I had previously heard of the brand through European youtubers, as the brand is based in Germany. I’ve heard such wonderful things about the brand – almost everyone raves about it! I’ve got a few bits to review for you today. Let’s take a closer look!
I absolutely love the aesthetic of this brand – all of the packaging is sleek and monochrome, adorned with whimsical illustrations that encase the packaging. The designs are inspired by “romanticism and fantastical fairy tales of Victoriana and regalness of Tsarism.” Such a gorgeous aesthetic! Nothing excites me more for a product than beautiful packaging, and the experience is so much better when the products are *spoiler alert* high quality and have beautiful formulation.
The packaging is sleek and has a nice weight to it. It feels luxurious.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Raw Garden Eye Shadow Palette – Caliche
These eyeshadows come encased in a round compact, the size of which is similar to a powder compact. One thing to take note of is that the compact is held closed through a magnet – it doesn’t actually click closed like most compacts do.
Raw Garden palette features four rich shades embossed with a beautiful line pattern. In the pan, the shadows look matte, however another dimension of colour comes out when they are swatched.
The âCalicheâ colour quartet combines wearable, muted shades of purple:
- A cream with pink undertones; a highlighting colour
- A medium cool, dusky aubergine
- A soft rosewood laced with greige
- A soft, greyish mauve
The shadows are incredibly soft and apply beautifully. Â Although the website states that they have a semi-matte finish, I’d say it’s more of a satin as there is a tiny bit of shimmer in them.Â These shadows can easily be built up for opaque pigmentation (top photo is 2 swipes applied with fingers), however I like wearing them a bit more sheered out. The shadows have a pleasant silky, âmeltingâ sensation and blend together well. ð
You can find the palette here forÂ â¬59.00.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Impalpable Finishing Powder – Diaphanous
Now Karima McKimmie is one of my favourite beauty gurus, and she constantly raves about this product!
The Rouge Bunny Rouge Diaphanous powder is so incredibly soft and finely milled – I almost can’t describe it. It feels very light on the skin, almost weightless. It does such a fantasic job of setting foundation and powder. Karima usually uses this powder to set her undereyes, and it works so well without creasing on the skin. You can read her recommendation here.
This powder works really well on dry skin, because it mattifies without drying. The cap has a stopper, so you won’t have to worry about powder spilling everywhere.
You can find this powder here forÂ â¬40.00.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Eyes Wide Open Eye Brightening Duo
This eye duo is a double ended pencil, with a shimmery highlighter with a hint of pink on one end and a creamy beige on the other side. Unlike many large eye pencils that I’ve tried, this one is super creamy and applies so easily! It doesn’t feel waxy at all, and the pigmentation is soft and smooth.Â :star:
The highlighter side works well in the inner corner of the eye, and the matte side brightens the waterline and under the brow bone.
You can find it here forÂ â¬27.00.
I also received a few samples that came in small black tubes.
Rouge Bunny Rouge – Seas of Illumination Highlighting Liquid (left) – an incredibly pigmented highlighting emulsion with an opalescentÂ glow. This stuff is intense! Definitely the most pigmented highlighter I have ever tried. A little bit goes an extremely long way. Just like the bronzing liquid, this can be used as a highlight, or added to foundation or moisturizer. A pinhead sized amount can be dabbed on the cheeks for highlight that lasts all day. Find it here for â¬38.00
Rouge Bunny Rouge – As If It Were Summer Still Bronzing Glow LiquidÂ (right)– a goldenÂ bronze shimmer liquid that can be applied to the body, mixed with foundation or moisturizer, or used as a highlight. This is so incredibly pigmented, and the colour is so beautiful! Perfect for those hot summer days when you want a bit of a glow. Find it here forÂ â¬59.00.
Rouge Bunny Rouge – Prelude in the Clouds Aqua Primer – A silky, water-based primer that includes ingredients like sea buckthron berry exract, florentina root extract, vitamin e, acetate, and retinol palmitate to smooth out and refine skin. Find it here forÂ â¬53.00.
Overall, I’m loving Rouge Bunny Rouge. The products I tried are top quality, from the formulations down to the packaging. Everything is just so whimsical, and applies beautifully on the skin.
Have you tried anything from Rouge Bunny Rouge? ð
Press samples featured.