guerlain madame rougit 3

This fall Guerlain is going for a very sophisticated look with pink hues. We’re seeing delicate lace patterns with a mysterious touch. Voilette De Madame  is a modern version of the lady. She is sexy with a classy touch. The promotional pictures are such a pleasant sight. We’re seeing Natalia with fuchsia accents on her lips, nails and even her eyes. She looks like a lady in Paris, ready for an evening out. Today I’m showing you the gorgeous 4 colours blush, it’s a pretty thing, no?

 

guerlain madame rougit

guerlain madam rougit brush

guerlain madame rougit detail

 

Madame Rougit is limited edition, so if you want it, go for it! It’s very much a collector’s item and if you are a Guerlain fanatic like me you really want this. Madame Rougit comes in a black stylish compact. It’s pretty simple yet chic. It’s also very much like a real lady. Simple and sophisticated on the outside but once you got a glimpse of her real personality you’re in love! Inside we see the blush in all her beauty. The blush has that pretty lace pattern with little silver dots. It contains four shades. Under the blush you have another compartment with a little pink blush brush. The compact also carries a mirror. I bet you feel fancy when you take this compact out of your bag to check your make-up! The compact is actually not that heavy in case you want to carry it around.  The blush contains 8g and goes for 58.45 euro.  Did I also mention the amazing scent of violets?  This is why I love Guerlain!

guerlain madame rougit details

guerlain madame rougit swatches

 

Madame Rougit carries 4 shades. The darkest shade is a medium cool-toned pink with a satin finish. This shade is pretty sheer but it adds a bit more pink to the overall shade. Next we have a pearly light warm pink. This one also swatches rather sheer but it adds a beautiful pearly glow to the overall shade. The biggest part of the blush is the warm coral shade. This has a matte finish and is pretty pigmented and soft.  The last shade is a light coral shade with a golden pearl. It’s also quite sheer but adds warmth to the overall shade. The way I use Madame Rougit is by swirling all the shades together. This way you get the best out of the blush. The silvery buttons are a very thin overspray and disappear after first use but they do leave a gorgeous fine golden shimmer. If you use everything together you will get a pink coral shade with a nice amount of glow. The golden shimmer is very fine but oh so lovely.

guerlain madame rougit look

 

I’m pretty sure that if you will swatch these in-stores you might get worried about the pigmentation. Because yes, let’s be honest: these do not swatch very well when used individually. I strongly recommend you to use all the colours together for the best effect. I actually got fooled by the swatches because the first time I was using this I loaded too much on my brush and ended up with a hot pink cheek. If you use a dense blush brush you will get the best pigmentation out of Madame Rougit but I think the best way is to use something a bit more fluffy. Madame Rougit applies really well, is actually very pigmented on the skin.

 

guerlain madame rougit look 2

 

The powder is very fine and like most Guerlain powder products on the drier side. If you have very dry skin or you have patches on your cheeks you might want to test this first. For oily skins this is pretty much perfect because it gives a fine satin glow. So yes, I highly recommend this blush to everyone. If you like a pink coral cheek than this is really for you! If you like pretty blushes than this is for you!

 

guerlain madame rougit look 3

 

 

 

Also wearing:

Guerlain Two Spicy eyeshadow duo (review soon!)

Guerlain Rouge Automatique Champs-Elysees

Guerlain Gloss D’Enfer in Prune Zip 

 

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