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Charge your cheeks with ultra-sheer, natural-looking colour in a starry instant. A decadently ravishing sitting-by-a-glowing-fire flush, or an innocently alluring frolicking-in-the-meadow bloom is yours.
This magical-sceptre-of-a-blush enlivens your face with a subtle youthful shine and a hint of even, blendable colour.
A palette of four charming shades will paint you into a soft aquarelle inspiration or a vivacious oil-on-canvas muse. Those lucky souls who find themselves gazing at you will be suitably distracted.
Contains a blend of natural oils and spherical powders for a super-soft emollient cream-to-powder finish in an easy to use portable wand. Imparts most natural youthful blushed cheeks; gives you a great flexibility in application. The most natural way you can blush!
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.
This line is, so far, a total winner for me. 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.
Vermeer Blush wand is quite a soft stick cream blush - it's much more creamy in texture than a NARS multiple. The colour is a soft rosy pink, with no mauve/cool tones. It gives a very soft natural blush, and it does not oxidise (turn orangey) on my skin like some blushes can, but maintains a true blush pink colour. Slightly oddly, this smells like sweeties (I say slightly oddly, because the lipstick isn't scented at all.)
Grace London www.londonmakeupgirl.blogspot.com