Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Rouge Bunny Rouge Loose Glitter Pigments - Review & Swatches

The formula contains a super high percentage of pearl, which will grant your eyes a marvellous shine and luminosity but with a weightless feel. We added Sodium PCA, a natural moisturiser that maintains the water balance of the skin, makes the texture soft and elastic and the application creamy and easy. A sponge-tipped wand enclosed in a practical bottle will safely keep the pigment inside and let it out only when you want it

23.00, £19.00, $30.00  | Rouge Bunny Rouge, Zuneta, Beauty Bay

Rouge Bunny Rouge Loose Glitter Pigments Fire Drops come in 7 sparkling shades, each containing 1.8g of product.

I was delighted to receive samples of all 7 shades of Loose Glitter Pigments by Rouge Bunny Rouge. This is however not the original packaging of the product. You can check the original packaging here. It comes in a glass tube having patterns of floral branches with a sponge tip applicator attached to the black lid. Pretty cool, I think! You never worry about dropping or spilling the loose eyeshadows. There are seven gorgeous, I repeat, gorgeous shades of Loose Glitter Pigment.
Caresse of Mink is a warm burgundy-brown with bronze shimmer.
Embrace of Cashmere is a champagne shade with light gold shimmer.
Wishing for Wings is a purpley-grey shade with silver highlights.
Night Wind Sailing is a metallic pewter colour with hints of pink shimmer.
Spun from Sunny Seawater is a vibrant turquoise blue with hints gold.
Sleeping under a Mandarin Tree is a peachy-salmon shade with gold reflections.
Eaten all the Cherries is a shimmering rose gold colour.

Not only each and every colour is amazing in itself that they are so hard to describe; these are also by far the most awesome loose glitter eyeshadows I have tried. They are so iridescent. And the glitter particles are so finely milled that the application is smooth and buttery. Glitter is not even the right word for them, they are shimmery loose pearl-y pigments.
I  apply them with a wet brush over a primed eye. They feel lightweight and their pigmentation is mind-blowing. Of course as expected of loose eyeshadows there is fallout, but only during application. Once they are set they don’t budge much and last quite long.
I suggest using a primer underneath for minimal fallout and maximum colour payoff.

Swatches: (L-R) Caresse of Mink, Embrace of Cashmere, Wishing for Wings, Night Wind Sailing, Spun from Sunny Seawater, Sleeping under a Mandarin Tree, Eaten all the Cherries


The are pure magic!

Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.


  1. Oh my my, these are little pots of magic! Sleeping under a mandarin tree is what I'd buy. Love the names of them all. xx

  2. They are looking so pigmented. Love the colors and swatches <3

  3. Great post! These shadows look amazing, I must try them! :)


    Paula x

    1. You should if you are fond of doing eye makeup. :D

  4. luv 1st on both sides , nice post shang :)

  5. eaten all the cherries is prettiest of all....

    1. Night Wind Sailing is my favourite! :D

  6. I really like 'Eaten all the cherries'! I'm trying to get my hands on more loose shadows, the Barry M Dazzle dust or Sleek dusts!

  7. If they don't budge after setting then I need to get me some!:)

  8. love this colors and also your blog! It's so nice!!! I follow you!
    Pass to my blog and if it likes you follow me too, I will be so glad :D

  9. sounds worth a try..thanxx for sharing

  10. I love RBR products <3 their eyeshadows even their every product worth a try ... I agree with you !!! Thanks for sharing love x

  11. love love love your blog!!

    i did a similar review if you'd possibly mind taking a look? - http://www.hughesing.com/2013/06/helen-e-cosmetics-pigments.html


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