Clockwise from top left: Living Luminzer, Myth Cream Eyeshadow, Illusive Lip2Cheek, Bloom Lip Shine.
I haven't written about rms Beauty in a while, even though I still use it regularly. I have no new colours or products to show you, but hopefully some better pictures since I featured some of these last, and you may not have seen my earlier posts on this line.
My loyalty to products that I like is not an advantage as a beauty blogger; it means I seek out new products less and when I find something I like I tend to stick to it! I also favour a very simple makeup look, so there are no complicated tutorials here. I admire the artistry of the many bloggers who do these, but complicated makeup doesn't fit in with my lifestyle or my personal preferences.
rms Beauty suits me very well as a brand. The baby of makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift, the products are raw (not heated above body temperature) and made from natural organic ingredients. If I have to get ready in a hurry, or if want a very casual, natural look, these are the products I reach for. I also tend to use rms Beauty if I have a cold and need to look halfway human, as the products feel soothing on sore skin.
Products applied: Myth on lids and below lower lashes, Illusive on cheeks, Living Luminizer on cheekbones and Bloom on lips. I'm also wearing W3LL People Narcissist Foundation Stick as concealer. Myth is probably one of the most challenging colours in the rms Beauty eyeshadows, as it has a lot of copper/red tones to it but I like it a lot, particularly in Autumn/Winter. Illusive is a burnt plum/rose shade. Bloom is a clear rosy pink, which probably would read as a warmer pink on most lips - my lips' natural mauve undertones turn it into a cooler pink shade.www.beingcontent.com, although there are a couple of other UK stockists now.