Beauty

The perfect lip & cheek pairing

Hey lovelies,

Before I post my lip & eye picks for 2021, I wanted to share with you a couple of products I’ve been loving lately from my favourite makeup brand Bobbi Brown. (You might even think I’m dedicating this blog for Bobbi Brown lol… I just happen to love a lot of their products for everyday makeup! I promise, I’ll include more brands this year!)

Meet the Pot Rouge in Powder Pink paired with Lip Liner in Pink Mauve:

Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Powder Pink & Lip Liner in Pink Mauve

I’ve been loving this cream blush since I tried it for the first time last year. You can easily use it on your cheeks and lips, and it has a surprisingly long lasting power for a cream blush. It also makes your cheeks glow beautifully, making it a staple for that “no-makeup makeup look”

The lip liner in Pink Mauve compliments the Powder Pink shade, specially if you prefer a slightly darker liner to contour and add more depth to your lips. In the picture below I’m wearing them on my cheeks and lips:

Wearing Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Powder Pink & Lip Liner in Pink Mauve

Have you tried the Pot Rouge yet? What are your thoughts?

Let me know, and I’ll see you soon!

Xx

Neth Mi

2 thoughts on “The perfect lip & cheek pairing

  1. Oh yes I have it in calypso coral and this was my first ever purchase from Bobbi Brown.
    Though I wishes I had picked pale pink or powder pink .. but back then I was into corals and occasionally love applying it.
    I set it with some Charlotte tilbury setting powder to make it last longer. All in all I love Bobbi brown. ♥️

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