Beauty Review. Rocking with Rock and Republic Cosmetics

Rock and republic Ever since Rock and Republic Luxury Denim brand  launched and debuted it's 116-item cosmetics collection last September, I have been dying to try the products. Not sure, If I was more excited about the packaging or the mere fact that Rock and Republic had a cosmetic line. Either way, it had everything I wanted in a cosmetic line, sleekness, chic, edgy and highly pigmented. The colors are absolutely gorgeous, and very versatile for all skin types.

In a nod to the brand's fashion designs, Ball and Bernholtz gave products a silver and black patent leather packaging motif — as seen on the assortment's Accentuating Bronzer/Highlighter duo compact, the top of which features 445 Swarovski crystals arranged in the shape of the Rock & Republic logo. The item, which is priced at $225, features four color combinations, and refills go for $45 each.
The line also includes the caffeine-infused Classic Tinted Primer in four shades ($46 each); Trickery Tinted Illuminizer, a water-based item also in four shades ($48 each), and Exhibition Pressed Illuminizer, $48, which is designed to control oil.

Blush Blushes in the collection include Contrived Pressed Blush in 12 shades with matte, shimmer and translucent finishes for $40 each, and Imitate Mousse Blush, a sheer whipped blush in five shades for $28 each. One of my favorite's is 'Swank' blush. A pretty peach/ pink blush that is almost ideal for any skintone.

Mascara For the eyes, there is Saturate Eye Colour, a high-pigment range of eye shadows in 48 shades, with finishes including matte, shimmer and satin ($28 each). There's also Bound Gel Eyeliner in eight shades ($24), which is designed to be long-wearing and fast-drying, and Extremist Mascara ($28), which comes in black and is designed to provide volume.

When it comes to the lips, the line features Luxe Lipgloss, which is designed to go on sheer and comes in 15 colors for $26 each.
Check out these and other products in the 110-piece collection at Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's and

– Kelley Epps-Woods
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