Monday, 14 August 2017

Rimmel Look Box

Rimmel is such an iconic British brand; Kate Moss’s face signifies the fashionable vibe associated with Rimmel’s ethos. When I found out Rimmel had launched their online exclusive Look Box I was filled with excitement. There are two Look Boxes available which include Rimmel’s top selling products, and both come with a complimentary makeup bag to keep your goodies nice and safe.

The first bundle is priced at £19.99. This includes 5 products and is worth over £30, that’s saving 30%! £10 off, so great for a bargain queen like me!!

Products:
  •           Brow Shake Filling Powder
  •           Match Perfection Loose Powder
  •           Kate 15 Year Anniversary  Lipstick
  •           Magnif’Eyes Eye Contouring palette
  •           Wonder’full Mascara with argan oil
More details can be found here.

The second bundle is priced at £29.99. This includes 9 products and is worth over £50. That’s 40% off, saving £20!!

Products:×          
  • Brow Shake Filling Powder
  • Match Perfection Loose Powder
  •  Kate 15 Year Anniversary Collection Lipstick
  • Magnif’Eyes Eye Contouring palette
  • Wonder’full Mascara with argan oil
  • Brow This Way highlighter pencil
  •  Kate Sculpting palette
  •  Lasting Finish 1000 kisses lip liner
  •  Natural Bronzer

  • More details can be found here.
My glowing smoky eye makeup look pictured below was created using Rimmel’s 9 products Look Box.

Step 1: To create a flawless even base I used the Rimmel Match Perfection Foundation in Ivory (not included in box) and buffed into my skin using a stippling brush. I set the foundation with the Match Perfection Loose Power in Translucent to keep my makeup shine free all day.

Step 2: To add definition to my face I next used the Kate sculpting palette. Using the pink shade on a fluffy brush I applied it to the apples of my cheeks to add a rosy glow. I then sucked my cheeks in to bring out my cheekbones and used the matt bronze shade in the crevices to give me a contoured look. Finally using the iced white shade I applied the powder to the top of my cheekbones, down the bridge of my nose and on my cupids bow to give my face and illuminated and highlighted look.

Step 3: I love having a really bronzed makeup look, so, to achieve this I used the Natural Bronzer and swept it over my cheeks and temples. I love the sun-kissed look it gives my complexion.

Step 4: Next onto my brows, the most important part of any look in my opinion. Who doesn’t love a strong brow ey! Using the Brow Shake filling powder in dark brown focussing on the tails of my brows and slightly filled in the front to achieve the all-important ombré brow effect! I highlighted under my brows using the Brow This Way highlighter pencil.

Step 5: I have created a contoured smoky eye with the Magnif’Eyes Pallete. Using a light nude shade on a fluffy shadow brush I swept it all over my lid up to my brow bone. Then using a mid-shade matt brown shade I applied it into my socket to add depth. Finally using the darkest brown colour I lined my eyes and drew an eyeliner flick to create the iconic smoky eye effect. To finish the eyes I applied a coat or two of the Wonder’full Mascara with argan oil. I am obsessed with this mascara!

Step 6: Finally, onto my lips. I wanted a nude lip to keep the look subtle but striking. To outline my lips I used the Lasting finish 1000 kissed lip liner in a soft nude to create definition and to ensure my lipstick doesn’t bleed around my lip line. I filled in my lips with the Kate 15 Year Anniversary Collection Matt lipstick in shade Boho Nude to add definition and a lovely colour to my lips.
If you would like more tutorials with what you can create using the Rimmel Look Box please click here for more details.

I would urge you all to pick up and Exclusive Rimmel Look Box today, I can’t wait to see what makeup looks you come up with, please share with me!

Thank you all for reading and enjoy experimenting with your makeup,
Love Ciandra x
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