From glossy eyelids and metallic lips to oxblood-hued lashes, learn how to pull of spring’s coolest makeup trends with these tips from Jo Levy of the just-launched cosmetics label Rouge Bunny Rouge.
This Moscow-based, ultra-luxe beauty brand just launched in the US and is known for its beautiful packaging and gorgeous hues, which are suitable for a variety of skin tones. While the lightweight foundations and sheer lip glosses are certainly tempting, it is the more daring, on-trend buys in the collection that we've really fallen head over heels for. Click through for tips from Jo Levy on pulling off these statement buys.
How To Pull Off Eye Gloss
"Pat and blend the Eye Gloss ($28) over any powder eyeshadow to create creamy yet air-light finish on the lids. It may also be applied over the high parts of the cheek bones, bridge of the nose and the brow bones to create a subdued healthy glow sans sparkle."
How To Pull Off Metallic Lips
"Focusing on the top and bottom center of the lips, layer a dab of loose shimmer eye shadow in a rose gold shade over the Devilish Nectar lip gloss ($28). Brush any excess eye shadow outward along the top and bottom lips using a brush. The added lip plumping effect from the gloss will further enhance a multidimensional effect."
How To Pull Off Color Mascara
"After curling lashes and applying a full coat of a volumizing, black mascara, follow by applying the Dramatic Lash Mascara in Oxblood ($34) along the tips of the top and bottom lashes for an ombre effect that makes whites of the eyes instantly brighter."
How To Pull Off Glitter Pigment
"For a smoky shadow effect that also creates subtle definition, use a small, slightly stiff brush to smudge Loose Glitter Pigment in Caress of Mink ($27) along the the top and bottom lash line. The key is to allow for some imperfections and not worry about keeping the line tight and clean. Pair with a healthy coat of black mascara for a sultry look."
How To Pull Off Metallic Eyeliner
"To create non-traditional spin on the timeless winged eyeliner look, try using a bright colored metallic eyeliner versus a traditional matte black pencil. The Eye Kohl in Vera ($24) - a metallic, iris-blue toned pencil - does the trick. The creamy glide of this kohl pencil ensures easy application and the water resistant finish that won’t budge."