I usually wear quite dramatic makeup on days when I’m testing products or shooting specific FOTDs for the blog, so when I have a “day off” I like to take it easy and go for lighter looks. I’ve been reaching for Rouge Bunny Rouge’s Antigo Palette a lot this week, as its super blendable texture makes it ideal for sweep-on-and-go situations. Usually I pair soft simple eyes with a bold lip – like this one courtesy of NARS Velvet Lip Glide in Danceteria – for a more complete look, but a quick swipe of tinted balm or gloss is a nice compliment too.
I’m wearing all 4 shades from the Rouge Bunny Rouge Antigo palette here, applied quite haphazardly with a fluffy crease brush and finished up with mascara only. I tend to skip eyeliner whenever possible, as I prefer to use the time to fill in my brows properly or spot-conceal a little more diligently. Sometimes, you just have to prioritise!
I finally get why everyone raves about Rouge Bunny Rouge eyeshadows so much, but it wasn’t till I tried them for myself that it clicked. Despite my slapdash eyeshadow application, I still ended up with a result that I was confident about leaving the house in. It’s a testament to how well these shadows are formulated – you couldn’t mess up a look with them if you tried, which for me is the benchmark of a good eyeshadow palette.
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Face: Cle de Peau Beauté Radiant Cream Foundation, Cle de Peau Beauté Concealer, Make Up For Ever HD Pressed Powder // Eyes: Rouge Bunny Rouge Raw Garden Eye Shadow Palette in Antigo, Make Up For Ever Excessive Lash Mascara // Brows: Make Up For Ever M-620 from the Artist Palette Vol. 4 // Cheeks: Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Exposed // Lips: NARS Velvet Lip Glide in Danceteria
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