review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

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Earlier, I introduced you to Rouge Bunny Rouge Metamorphoses Mattifying Primer; while it didn’t sweep me off my feet, my foray into the enchanting world of cult- favorite Rouge Bunny Rouge can’t be curbed. Not just yet.

Let’s start with Orpheline ($28, 3.5g), described as warm strawberry blush with illuminating radiance. It is part of the For Love Of Roses Original Skin Blush Collection which features six rose petal-soft hues ranging from pale to uber bright pinks and corals.

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

Ever heard of “small but terrible”? that’s what Orpheline reminds me of. Small and compact  but a total kick-ass when it comes to pigmentation.  The texture and finish  reminds me of Tarte Amazonian clay blush. You definitely need a light hand when applying it. It is rosy-pink with barely-there sheen, enough to impart radiance without accentuating mah open pores. A must-try ladies!

Inspired by delicate butterflies from The Enchanted Garden, the Succulence of Dew Sheer Lipstick features five shades. It claims to hydrate and re-sculpt the lips to fullness. Dissolved in Dreams ($24, 3.8g) is described as sheer watermelon with silver shimmer.

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

I hate to be a Debbie Downer because it is indeed a beautiful rosy-pink lipstick. I think I look well-rested and healthy whenever I wear it but here’s the issue my dahlings…. it ain’t creamy and hydrating. Also the silver shimmer makes it a tad gritty. I wish the angels intervened but there was no miraculous re-sculpting of lips that transpired. I might be taking it to the extreme but you get what I mean, this is just plain lipstick.

Here are the swatches of Orpheline blush and Dissolved in Dreams lipstick:

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

Finally, here’s the infamous FOTD (face of the day) featuring Orpheline and Dissolved in Dreams:

review Rouge Bunny Rouge original skin blush, orpheline swatch, review succulence of dew sheer lipstick dissolved in dreams, swatch, photo

Have you tried anything from Rouge Bunny Rouge?

Kathryne

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