Rouge Bunny Rouge Glassy Gloss in Rhubarb Custard and Mousse Fandango

I am not a fan of lip gloss.  Generally, the lack of pigmentation and the lack of staying power makes me not enjoy them.  And some glosses have a thick, gloopy and/or sticky texture.  And the dinky wear time!  Pff!

And yet, you see them on the blog, so you see I'm buying them!  I still love a pretty juicy finish and I'm a sucker for beautiful color.  So when Rouge Bunny Rouge Glassy Glosses had a few months back to include some new shades, I gobbled up Rhubarb Custard and Mousse Fandango.
Let's look at the colors first because, uh...YUM!
RBR describes Rhubarb Custard as a "milky nude rosewood" and it is a sweet and delicious color.  It works well with my pigmented lips to add a beautiful shine and a hint of nudey pink.  It's a beautiful non-shimmer finish gloss.

Mousse Fandango is described by Rouge Bunny Rouge as a "milky pink with barest whispers of grayish mauve and touch of silver micro pearls."  A touch darker than Rhubard Custard and with the most amazing silver shimmer, this color is pigmented enough to stand alone on your lips.

So glossy and beautiful
If you are a gloss fan, I think this particular lip gloss range from Rouge Bunny Rouge is well worth checking out.  The lip conditioning (Vitamin E, botanical extracts) and loving aspects of this formula makes these glosses a worthy addition to the lip stuff collection.  The formula is very comfortable to wear and non-sticky.  Once the color has worn away, my lips feel better and more moisturized afterwards.  What's not to love?

But that's it, I'm not buying any more glosses!  I have one more lip gloss from Rouge Bunny Rouge to show you, but I'm going to go on a permanent no lip gloss buy from now on.  I've now said it here.  I hope I can stick to it!

Are you a lip gloss or a lipstick type of person?  Or do you top lipstick with gloss (gasp!)?

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