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As you all probably know (because I harp on about it like a lunatic), Rouge Bunny Rouge is one of my all time favourite brands, boasting my favourite eyeshadow formulation. This video come tutorial will act as a brand showcase, giving a closer look into the range and some techniques on application.

Disclaimer, of sorts:
I am not affiliated with Rouge Bunny Rouge or any of their stockists. I paid for all these products, all opinions are my own.

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Hello, everyone. I hope you all had a happy and safe New Year's Eve and welcome to my first tutorial of 2013. Today, I'm going to be creating a look using exclusively Rouge Bunny Rouge products. For those who are not familiar with this brand, it is a luxury cosmetics brand that originated from Moscow. It has developed quite a following outside of Russia so today I'm going to show you some of their products and demonstrate application. In a way, it will be a showcase of the brand; however, there'll still be elements of a tutorial so you can recreate this at home even if you don't own any Rouge Bunny Rouge. Let's begin.

I'm going to be using the spot concealing technique using a mixture of two products: the glide concealer which is a creamy pencil style concealer, and this provides full coverage; also the fine spot cover fine line concealer which is an illuminating pen style concealer and this offers lighter coverage. I've mixed the products on the back of my hand and I'm going to apply using a buffing motion just to the areas where I require concealing, so around the nose, and on the chin, between the brows and under my eyes. This technique produces a very fresh natural looking complexion.

I'm going to start on the eyes by applying a cream eye shadow in Chiffon Ringlet. This is a chocolate shade with a copper reflect. I'm dispensing this product using the applicator and I'm just placing that on to the lid and then I'm going to blend that using my finger using a dabbing motion and slightly bringing this in to the crease. I'm also running a little bit of that cream shadow on the lower lash line just to balance it out. Next, we have Bejeweled Skylock eyeshadow, another rich chocolate shade with copper reflect. I'm going to apply that eyeshadow to the outer third of the lid and also to the inner third of the lid and this is to create some more dimension.

This is a really interesting eyeshadow placement because it recedes the inner corner that is traditionally highlighted. Keep layering that eyeshadow on the outer and the inner third of the lid but be sure to keep the center of the lid bare. As always replicate that placement on the lower lash line so outer the third pushing that in to the lashes and inner third. Next, I'm going to use Periwinkle Cardinal eyeshadow which is an iridescent moss green. I'm dabbing that shade on the center of the lid to create a highlight and also make the eye appear more prominent. Once the color has been placed, start blending the edges between the two shadows. This is so that the transition is seamless.

Exactly as I've done on the upper lid, I'm going to place that green shade in the center of the lower lash line just to mirror that placement. To finish off the eyeshadow, I'm using Chestnut Napped Apalis which is a matte camo shade. This is the perfect blending shade. It appears beautifully with all colors. I'm going to run that shade through the crease just to create a soft hazy appearance and also to diffuse that lid shade. For the eyeliner, we have the Eye Kohl in Salome. This is soft yet has fantastic longevity. This liner is actually one of my favorite Rouge Bunny Rouge products. I'm going to lightly line my upper lid and always I'm going to line my upper waterline so that no skin is showing. I'm also going to dot this on the outer half of the lower lash line. This creates some depth without a harsh line.

To complete the eyes, I'm going to apply the big lash mascara in pure Obsidian. This is a black shade. I'm going to apply this to the top and the bottom lashes. This mascara is great for those who love dramatic lashes. I wouldn't call it subtle by any means. Time to finish off the face. This is the Sea of Showers Illuminator. You only need a dot of this because it is very pigmented. I'm just dabbing this liquid on the tops of my cheek bones, running a little bit under my brow as well and a bit on my cupid's bow. This is to catch the light but also imparts a really flattering bronzy glow.

Finally for the lips, I've opted for Perfume of His Gaze. This is a sheer nude beige lipstick. This lipstick has a slight shimmer and although I usually avoid shimmer in lip products all together, this is so tastefully done and it pairs beautifully with the bolder eye. I'm just going to apply this straight from the bullet. And that is the final Rouge Bunny Rouge look. Perhaps the final product that I should mention is a fragrance. This is the Rouge Bunny Rouge Vespers. I see a lot of people liking this one. It's quite easy to wear because it's a very delicate fragrance.

Overall, I found Rouge Bunny Rouge to be of exquisite quality. The textures are consistently fantastic and the line has an abundance of unique shades. If anything call your eye on this tutorial, I will list the Rouge Bunny Rouge stockers in the description box below, let me know if you've tried anything from Rouge Bunny Rouge and what you've loved so that I can further build my collection. All right, guys. Until next time. I shall see you later.

Final Look:

Rouge Bunny Rouge Showcase and Tutorial

Rouge Bunny Rouge Showcase and Tutorial

Slight tangent, let’s all take a moment to view the day I buried myself in Rouge Bunny Rouge…

While you’re at it, view my Top 5 Rouge Bunny Rouge products post (needs to be updated, me thinks).

Complete List of Products:
Naked Disguise- Glide Concealer- Shade Eunice
Luminous Skin Wand- Fine Spun Light- Shade Alula
Crease Brush- 011
Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadow- Silk Aether- Chiffon Ringlet
Long-Lasting Eyeshadow- When Birds Are Singing- Bejewelled Skylark
Long-Lasting Eyeshadow- When Birds Are Singing- Periwinkle Cardinal
Long-Lasting Matt Eyeshadow- When Birds Are Singing- Chestnut-Napped Apalis
Eye Kohl- Feline Gaze- Salome
Big Lash Mascara- Amplitudes- Pure Obsidian
Highlighting Liquid- Seas Of Illumination- Sea Of Showers
Sheer Lipstick- Succulence Of Dew- Perfume Of His Gaze
Fragrant Confections- Vespers

Stockists:

www.beautyhabit.com

www.rougebunnyrouge.com

www.zuneta.com

Questions/comments welcomed! I’m all ears ☺

xxkarima

Leave your comment (15 comments)
  1. I’m so thrilled to have found this tutorial. I LOVE this combination on you & decided to try it. I have never worn my shadows placed like this ( using a dark shade on the inner corner ) for fear of making my eyes appear smaller. It looked fantastic though & has become my favourite method – espcially with these three shades. Brilliant!! MANY thanks for sharing:)

    1. Hey there!
      I’m so glad you liked the tutorial! I think as long as you’re not using a black shade in the inner and outer corner, it doesn’t lend a small-eyed look. Iridescence in the center of the lid actually makes my eyes look bigger :)
      My pleasure, thanks for your great feedback!
      xxkarima

  2. Karima, Karima, Karima. Why you gotta show me this? You know I have a weakness for companies that make quality products and beautiful eyeshadow shades. Your blog is very dangerous for my bank account….. :P

    1. It’s a very pretty shade (coming from someone who normally doesn’t like green shades!). Looking forward to seeing it on you ;-)
      xxkarima

    1. Hey Nikole :D
      Greens don’t normally suit me so I have to get creative! Inner corner or center lid highlights. Post pics if you try it!
      xxkarima

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