|Gracious Arasari, Solstice Halcyon|
Gracious Arasari is described as a semi-matte nude taupe with the barest whisper of pink. It certainly is a nude colour, in swatches applied to the back of my hand it is very hard to spot the colour. In the pictures below I have swatched Gracious Arasari on the underside of my arm next to Solstice Halcyon. To me it is a light, slightly golden brown and it adds the barest amount of colour. As you can see next to Solstice, it has no mauve tone. I intend to use this as a base colour and also to buff out hard lines.
I expect this to be a useful eyeshadow for me but if you're looking for colour or you're new to Rouge Bunny Rouge, something like Delicate Hummingbird or Abyssinian Catbird might be a better introduction.
|Solstice Halcyon, Gracious Arasari|
Know What Lies Are For is a hard colour to describe. It was also quite hard to photograph accurately! I was expecting it to be a dark nude however I find it to be much deeper brown than a nude. In the photographs it looks a little rosey but in person I don't see the pink and it's quite cool and blue in tone. It has the same luxurious, creamy texture of my other RBR lipstick. The colour is a little out of my usual comfort zone but I think it's workable. I will leave it up to you to decide what you think when I post pictures of all the items applied!
|KWLAF, Gracious Arasari, Solstice Halcyon|
These are nice products but not my favourites of my Rouge Bunny Rouge collection. Gracious Arasari is going to be a good useful staple though. I am a little more excited about Sketches on Water which I'm enjoying using at the moment. I will hold off reviewing until I've used it for a few weeks.
**Update** As a final note I wanted to mention that Zuneta are offering 10% off this weekend using the code XMASZU. The offer has been extended until midnight tonight (Mon 6th). Have you ordered anything already?