Okay~ I know this isn’t food, BUT.. when Rimmel offers you a chance to try out their new products, ummm.. you do it! And everyone knows, when we look good, we feel good.. and when we feel good, we cook good.. SOoo, this totally makes sense! NOW.. onto the amazingness that IS the NEW Rimmel Wonder Wing.
Eyes are the windows to the soul, so they say, .. and we want those windows to be as inviting as possible, right? One of the best ways to do that is with beautiful and affordable, time-tested make-up. Rimmel has been one of my top go-to make-up brands for years now, and I don’t go a day without their help, in one way or another. In this picture I’m highlighting how effortlessly this eye liner enhances the eyes for someone with no real make-up skills. I’ve always been not-so-great with the make-up, but it doesn’t take much to go from day to night with one simple swoop, as subtle or as sassy as you’d like.
Their product line is extensive, but this Wonder Wing eye liner is already my fave!
What makes a young perfumer leave his country with his young family to set out on his own in London? What makes him create the first non-toxic mascara then sell it so all could afford it rather than cash in on a luxury forthe few? A hunger to find new boundaries and a need tore-invent himself.
When Eugene Rimmel and his father set up the House of Rimmel in 1834 beauty was a different game. Perfumes were called vinegar, mascara was made with mercury and marketing meant a stand at a fair. By the time Eugene died in 1890 Rimmel was the dictionary definition of mascara across the world, he had pioneered hygiene products and cosmetics and turned beauty into art.
It is this constant need to push boundaries that fuelled the brand for the next one hundred years, that kept us innovating to re-shape convention, create new looks, to give you the tools to explore new versions of your look.
LINE. STAMP. WING!
- Intense black formula that lasts all day
- Wing-shaped stamp applicator for symmetrical wings every time.
- Flexible felt tip to reach every corner and line.
- Ophthalmologist tested.
1. Line with pointed tip
2. Place flat sided stamp applicator on outer corner of the eye
3. Press gently to create the wing
4. Fill to connect wing and line