I really can’t tell you a whole lot about Rouge Bunny Rouge Skin Soul Drops other than it’s a serum or essence style foundation. If you used the Dior Nude Air Foundation, it’s similar in texture to that, but in my opinion a little bit drier.
It needs a very good shake before you use it (I am assuming it hasn’t launched yet) otherwise you get oily tinted drops that are very runny everywhere. I tested this on the same day that I tested Laura Mercier Candleglow, and RBR definitely amplified the creases under my eyes in a way that Candleglow just didn’t, so I’d say that Skin Soul Drops is for younger skin.
I’d recommend this (when it launches) for oilier skin types but definitely not for anyone with dry or creased skin. It’s a 15ml bottle so I’ll be interested to see the price. However, while I was doing (an unsuccessful) search for Rouge Bunny Rouge Skin Soul Drops, I came upon a brilliant beauty site (HERE) called Alyaka with brands such as Kjaer Weis, May Lindstrom, Soleil Toujours and Strange Beautiful. They’ve also got Odacite Serum which at 15ml costs £115. Um, I don’t think so. Alyaka also stocks a very good selection of RBR, as does Beautybay.com.
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