Thursday, June 14, 2012

Review: Senna Cosmetics Mod Muse Collection

Hi Bellas,

Today's post features another collection from one of the most slept on makeup brands in my opinion, which is Senna Cosmetics.  Their new Mod Muse collection is absolutely gorgeous.  If you love color but in a completely chic, wearable way, this is for you!

The inspiration for the Spring/Summer 2012 Mod Muse collection comes from the graphic op-art from the 1960s.  It's fresh and chic while being wearable and modern.  The focus is on colorful, big baby doll eyes with bold liner and falsies.  Lips balance it out in pretty pastels and feminine hues.

Here are the items I tested out:
First off, I am obsessed with this cream lipstick in Dare - a violet pink shade.
I don't have anything like it
It's such a different shade with it's pinky purply tone, but still wearable on all skin tones
I love the packaging on this collection - tres chic.  The sheer face color in Enlighten makes a gorgeous highlighter for light to tan skin tones.
  Apply it on your cheekbones for a gorgeous highlight or even pack it on your lids as a shadow.
This eye color in Arabesque is great for the summer.  
The shade is described as a sunlit peach glow and looks great combined with pretty much any color.
This sheer face color in Clarity is described as a ripe coral.
I love the pigmented, matte application.  It's definitely a favorite behind the lipstick.
This velvet eyeliner is super creamy and also comes with a smudger on one side.
This is a suprising rich purple shade called Black Violet.  It's super gorgeous smoked out on the lid and I even used it as a lipliner with the lipstick I received. 
The last product is the Lip Lacquer in Bloom.
This coral shade is probably my favorite gloss I've ever tried from Senna - the color is super flattering and perfect for summer.

They actually have several 3 minute tutorials of this collection on SennaCosmetics on YouTube.  The model is absolutely gorgeous!  I was really impressed by this collection, thumbs up!

You can find these products at http://sennacosmetics.com/ .  I'm definitely going to be incorporating these products into upcoming tutorials, stay tuned!

FTC Disclosure:  Product sponsored for review.  I am not affiliated with this company and not paid to write this review.  These are my honest thoughts and opinions.

Atlanta Makeup Artist
Atlanta Photographer

3 comments:

Nina Faressa said...

hey renren! i have a makeup gig next week on an elderly hyperpigmented skin with dark spots, i've seen your past work that you've dealt with this before and it came out flawlessly covered. Do you mind sharing on how you did it? Would really appreciate it, i'm an avid reader of your blog.

Love from Malaysia <3

MakeupByRenRen said...

hi there, spot treating with a full coverage cream concealer and setting with powder should do the job...if it's truly discolored you might want to consider a salmon colored corrector as well. apply foundation, then concealer, then powder and u should be good!

Nina Faressa said...

thanks so much!