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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.
Discover a new powder Eye Shadow with an astonishing lightweight, creamy touch and unprecedented adherence. This formula creates pure dynamic iridescence while it maintains second skin effect. It has extended eight-hour wear that will stay perfect and look freshly applied all day. Orange-derived Flavonoid improves blood microcirculation, enhances luminosity and serves as a free radical scavenger.
Don't be fooled by the colours you see in the swatches. Once applied, these eye shadows come to life, dancing with multi-toned pearls and shimmer, resembling the plumage they were inspired by.Want to know more? Click here for a review of Delicate Hummingbird! About the brand:
Intricate and luxurious cosmetics brand, Rouge Bunny Rouge, twists opulence and beauty with embellished detailing to deliver a range of colour make up that embraces both romance and whimsy. Wearable, blendable and adaptable formulas and shades are at the very heart of Rouge Bunny Rouge. The formulas are absolutely outstanding and have been sourced from the world's most sophisticated laboratories. We are delighted to be able to share this very unique and qualitative brand with you.
The packaging is gorgeous, and the beautiful illustrations are not just on the box but are taken through to the actual makeup casing. Each of the items has an image on it that makes up part of the Enchanted Garden illustration on the boxes, and I love this kind of attention to detail.
Solstice Halcyon- I predict that this particular shade will be *that* eyeshadow; the one that's always sold out, and that people go nuts over (like Shu ME945, Armani 11, Bobbi Brown Rockstar or any of the taupes that MAC releases with every other collection.) It's a glowy but not too shimmery neutral mid to light-toned taupe. This, my friends, is eyeshadow nirvana. It gives natural definition and brightens my eye colour. I'm wearing it simply swept over my mobile lid up to my crease, and then along my lower lashline, just with black mascara. I can also attest to the long wearing qualities; I don't have any kind of base on my eyelids but this lasted through an afternoon nap with no creasing.
Volcano Fairy-Wren is a deep true charcoal with subtle silver sparkles. This is very pigmented, but blends easily too.
Mysterious Tinamou is a deep slightly blackened sea blue/green. Again, this is very pigmented, and would work well with the Fairy-Wren to make a colourful smoky eye.
Angelic Cockatiels is very flattering - it's a glossy slightly-deeper-than-flesh-toned nude, along the same lines as Stila Kitten or MAC Naked Lunch, but not as frosty as either of those, with more of a metallic gleam than frosty shimmer.
Grace London www.londonmakeupgirl.blogspot.com
Abyssinian Catbird Zuneta describe this as a Metallic bronze with golden highlights - I'd say this is a pretty spot on description really - its a lovely darkish gold colour - it swatches more gold than bronze on my skin - this will work perfectly as a wash of colour, or a crease colour. Will also work beautifully with metallic greens and blues for a bit more of a colourful look...
Jennifer Worthington www.mizzworthy.blogspot.com
Mysterious TinamouThis is actually the product that made me want to place the order as I feel in love with the swatch - Its a really really lovely blue shade with silvery-green undertones to it. I'm thinking this would work well as a stand alone shade, applied heavily on the lid, and then blended out to create a modern, one colour look. It will also work well as a crease colour with bronzes and golds, and would even look great with greens or silvers for more colourful looks - this shade is all I hoped it would be!
Jennifer Worthington ww.mizzworthy.blogspot.com
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