Earlier last month, I posted this look using the Lise Watier Chic & Rustique Eyeshadow Palette as part of a Shoppers Drug Mart Instagram campaign. It just so happens that I really fell in love with wearing this look on a regular basis as it was definitely safe for work as well as soft and approachable. Though Lise Watier has moved into the Arabesque collection in stores, most of the products I used from Chic & Rustique are part of the permanent makeup collection. While I will get into the holiday collections soon enough, I am one of those people that won't acknowledge the holiday season until AFTER Remembrance Day though I know most of the first world does not work that way. Christmas is the one time of the year that seriously lasts two months and I will happily live in my bubble of denial for the next two weeks. Those who are with me, say 'Ay!"
Lise Watier has always had generous sized shadows in their eyeshadow palettes and the Chic & Rustique Palette*($44.00 CDN) was no exception. The palette is fairly large with an abstract fall print encapsulated in hard plastic.
I first saw this Base Miracle Blur-To-Go Complexion Blurring Balm* ($43.00 CDN) at the London Drugs event back in June of this year and it was the packaging that was the belle of the ball! It is a pink rubber and just sort of flops open as there is no real hinge. The primer itself comes with a little sponge for application and does its duty as a pore minimizer and wrinkle filler while adding a slight "je ne sais quoi" to the skin.
The Portfolio Sculpting Trio* ($42.00 CDN) contains two contour and one highlight shade in a matte finish for a more natural look. Initially, I thought these were eyeshadows and honestly you could totally use these for creating more natural eye looks.
The Eclat Veloute Cheeks and Lips* ($24.00 CDN) was a surprising favourite for me as it was the perfect shade of pink. These types of products usually w...