Ever since Kelvinator released their famous kitchen appliances in the 1950’s, Rosé or now known as Millennial Pink has been a trending staple within the fashion and beauty industry for decades. Since then, this luminous shade of pink has slowly made its way through tech, beauty, hair, and of course, wine, duh.
Since we strongly believe that everyone should sparkle, glimmer, and shine on the inside-and-out, it only made sense to launch a Rosé Glimmer Balm. A magical, pretty-in-pink, pH reacting balm, that glides on super smooth, creating a sparkling pink that’s perfect for your inner diva.
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Since summer has evaporated and fall has made its way to us—can you believe we’re in the middle of October?—doesn’t mean our drinking habits have to change. This cocktail is the perfect way to keep the summer vibes going, not to mention, the perfect way to keep you sparkling on the inside.
✨ 2 Ounces of Babe’s Rosé Wine.
✨ 2 ounces orange-flavored sparkling water.
✨ 1 1/2 ounces Lillet.
✨ Dash Angostura bitters.
Now all you need to do is combine these four ingredients in a wine glass over ice, and garnish with an orange slice.
Can you feel the sparkle, yet?
Anyone can wear rosé-gold eyeshadow, but this foxy-Britt, Bethan West, created a bold and innovative take on creating the perfect wing-shaped eyeshadow. West, featured above, brushed the same shade in the area between her arches and her creases, as well as, along her lower lash lines. Doing this will make the negative space appear crisp and sharp. All you need to do is run a small lip brush with concealer on it, and make sure not to miss the edges.
It all started in 2013 when Sienna Miller dyed her hair pastel pink. Fast forward 7-years, Lily Allen, Bella Hadid, and of course, Kylie Jenner are all sporting pastel pink hair. Don’t they all look like fairies? Surprisingly, this hair trend isn’t hard to recreate if you have naturally light colored hair. All you need is Revolve’s Crime hair dye in the shade of Unicorn and 30-40 minutes of spare time.
DIY Rosé face mask
There are many different ways to create a rosy face mask at home. All you need are some rose-infused products like Rosewater, Rose petals, or our personal favorite, Rosehips Seed Oil.
Fresh Rose Petals (6-8).
2 tablespoons rose water.
1-teaspoon plain yogurt.
1-teaspoon raw honey.
First, soak your rose petals for an hour. Crush the rose petals in a bowl or mortar. Mix the yogurt and honey with your petals and apply to your face. Leave the paste on for 10-15 minutes. Then rinse.
What’s your favorite way to sparkle and shine? Have you tried Babe’s Rosé Wine? Leave us a comment below.
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