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Creamed! Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contouring Kit (Medium) review

Cream contouring . . . yes . . . it seems intimidating but the Anastasia Cream Contour kit makes it really easy to choose the shades needed (not desired) to use to get a flawless face.

For reference, I am an NC40/42 in MAC depending on the season.

I got the medium kit, which features three highlighting and three contouring shades.

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The highlight shades are:

The highlight shades.
The highlight shades.

Banana: Pale Yellow

Cream: Cream with a hint of a beige undertone. Wait, isn’t that off-white. Well you can judge by the swatch.

Coral: Orange/Pink, which pulls more orange than pink. This shade is great for colour correcting on dark skin. Dark circles be gone!!!!

 

The contour shades.
The contour shades.

Contour shades are:

Nude: Light mid-tone brown

Cinnamon: A dark brown with yellow undertones making it slightly warm but not orange.

Chocolate: Dark brown , very dark brown. It has a warm undertone but it’s definitely not orange. I love using this deep shade to sharpen my contour under my cheekbones to make them pop!

 

These shades really do complement each other and help soften and define your features.

With this kit, you can create the illusion of slimmer nose, higher cheekbones, a smaller forehead, and a softer jawline, hell you can look like Mona Lisa and tweak that smile if you want!

The consistency is smooth and blends easily. It dries to an almost smooth, velvety texture. I find that spritzing my face with MAC Fix+ makes it easier to blend because the creams dry down fast so adding a bit of moisture will get the blending job done easier (If the product dries while you are blending one part of your face while the other is hanging 10! Hey, it’s happened to me!)

It’s not as emollient as other cream contour products so it stays put and won’t run into each other, which is not a cute look . . . unless that’s the look you going for, you do you boo!

I own the Motives Perfection Quad (Medium) and that is very creamy but barr the yellow shade, the other 3 shades don’t give too much variety in terms of getting a strong contour.

The Motives Perfection Quad in Medium doesn't offer the depth of contour colours. The deepest shade is not dark enough to sculpt the cheekbones.
The Motives Perfection Quad in Medium doesn’t offer the depth of contour colours. The deepest shade is not dark enough to sculpt the cheekbones.

I would have to get another quad in a deeper shade to get the versatility that the Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour kit in Medium gives me.

The Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contour kit has simple packaging. It comes in a cardboard palette, like a Z-Palette. The individual shades are in metal pans that pop out when you want to refill your palette.

 

Looks like a Z-Palette, no?
Looks like a Z-Palette, no?

The back of the packaging gives you a bit more information about the palette and has the coloured blocks with individual shades names on in.

More info.
More info.

I would have liked to have seen a mirror on it but it’s ok, the powder contour kit from Anastasia Beverly Hills doesn’t have on either.

This has a magnetic closure so you don’t have to worry about this opening in case you are taking it with you for travel.

 

My favourite cream highlighting and contouring tools.
My favourite cream highlighting and contouring tools.

I like to use my Real Techniques pointed foundation brush to apply my highlight and my MAC 185 to lay down my face contour, especially under my cheekbones when I want a chiseled look. I find using a flat angled brush works well to contour my nose using it create thin lines.

That same angled brush can be used to contour the face, especially if you are starting out and are afraid of using too much product. I love blending my contour and highlight with damp beauty blender or cosmetic sponge.

A stippling brush also works well to blend the cream contour.

Sigma 3DHD kabuki precision brushes.
Sigma 3DHD kabuki precision brushes.

Two other great brushes for applying and blending out cream contour is the Sigma 3DHD kabuki precision brushes.

If you want to really intensify the colour, you can use a contour/bronzer and highlight powder to set your contour. If not a dusting of translucent powder buffed all over the face will give you a beautiful ‘natural’ look that says “ I woke up like this!’

I recommend using a cream blush and highlighter to blend into the other creams but even adding a powder blush and highlighter will get you to paint the town any colour of the rainbow you want!

Where to buy: www.hastagawesome.co.za or you can try 3rd party sellers.

Price: R999 (I know, it’s ssssspensive and while you can try cheaper alternatives like a lighter and darker foundation/concealer, this really is an awesome investment if you want to get the hang of cream contouring, it’s an art after all, no?)

Will you try this kit or would you like me to go into a more budget friendly option? Let me know, down below.

Until next time, love you all to the contouring heaven and back!

xoxo

Prativa

Beauty Bugle

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Not star-struck by Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone)

The first time I held the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal in my hands, I looked at it and fell in love. I swatched it and I was star-struck. I was moon-struck when I swatched the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed in Moonstone, but not in the one-leap-for-makeup-mankind kind of way.

 

The name of the Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed is at the back of the compact.
The name of the Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed is at the back of the compact.

It’s a muted white gold with a hint of champagne. If you don’t like goldie highlighters, you won’t like Moonstone.

Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone)
Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone)

The shade isn’t the most unique I have seen, it’s like a softer version of The Balm’s Mary LouManiser. It has a lot of kick back when you try to pick up product. I used a fan brush and it was like I was smoking some Moonstone. When I used the Real Techniques setting brush to apply the product, it gave the most opacity.

It comes in the same hard chocolate brown plastic mirrored compact with the metal UFO top that has the BECCA logo on top and bottom of the metal round.

 

Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) is housed in a mirrored compact.
Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) is housed in a mirrored compact.

 

The compact has the same metal UFO top that has the BECCA logo on top and bottom of the metal round that all the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfectors (pressed) have.

The UFO has made another appearance.
The UFO has made another appearance.

The formula is not as creamy as Becca’s Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed and leans more powdery and chalky.

As you can see from the finger swatch, Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) is pretty white gold and you can detect a hint of chalkiness.
As you can see from the finger swatch, Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) is pretty white gold and you can detect a hint of chalkiness.

However, if you do spritz some MAC Fix+ over your face or any hydrating mist after you’re done with your make up, it does sit better on the skin and glistens like you are dancing in the Moonlight.

Swatched Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) looks ashy on me, but it's still opaque.
Swatched Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed (Moonstone) looks ashy on me, but it’s still opaque.

I applied his to this the tops of my cheekbones, a touch on the tip of my nose and above my cupid’s bow, because mama loves full lips! This will no doubt suit lighter-skinned lasses better because it does leave a white cast if you are deeper in complexion. If you have golden tan skin, you may be able to pull this off

 

Overall, I wasn’t impressed with the formula and while the colour didn’t suit me the best, it is beautiful. It makes for a great eye shadow, and a brow bone and inner corner highlight. I think dusting it over the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone will add an extra oomph and va va voooom and perhaps take away the powdery feel and ashy look. Applied over a cream highlighter, like MAC’s cream colour base (Pearl, Hush or Shell) will also have a similar effect.

I still prefer Opal to Moonstone, because it is creamier, more intense, suits a wider variety if skin tones and I love the ‘wet’ look it gives with just one application.

 

Where to buy: www.beccacosmetics.co.za

Physical Address

4th floor

Fredman Towers,

13 Fredman Drive

Sandton, 2146

Phone: +27 (0) 11 881 1440

Email:sandton@beccacosmetics.co.za

Price:R450

Yes I say this all the time when it comes to Becca, it’s SSSSPENSIVE, but Becca is a luxury brand and it doesn’t come cheap. But if you are into highlighters, you won’t mind shelling out for these!

Dupes: I have yet to stumble on one that has the same formula but there are several golden highlighters on the market in term of getting the same shade.

Have you tried Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Monnstone in the pressed form? How did you find it? Would you go out and buy it?

Do you have a dupe? Let me know, down below!

Until next time, I love you all. Stay blessed and beautiful (with your highlighter on fleek!)

Xoxox

Prativa

Beauty Bugle

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by Beauty Bugle / in BLOG, Product Reviews, Trends / 1

Liquid Rose Gold! Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal

While Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal (the pressed version) took the highlighter world by storm, the original Shimmering Skin Perfector in the same shade has taken kind of a back seat and it should be in the driving seat or at least in the front passenger seat, in my opinion.

 

Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal
Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal

The Becca Shimmering Skin Perfectors are one of the brand’s best sellers and with good reason.

Described as a water-based moisturizer, it has an SPF of 20+. Yip, they thought about that sun protection.

Becca says: “It has light-diffusing particles of shimmer that creates instant radiance and vitality and reduces imperfections.” Basically, it makes you look good!

This stuff is a brown girl’s dream and is the perfect rosy gold shade. It comes in a sleek rubberized bottle with a pump and a chocolate brown cap with a metal centre, which has the Becca logo engraved on it.

l love the detail of the beck logo engraved on the cap. Looks so elegant, no?
l love the detail of the beck logo engraved on the cap. Looks so elegant, no?

It’s looks sleek and modern.

The consistency is on the thicker side so it is great for mixing in with your foundation, which is what I generally use it for.When I use it in this way, it adds ‘rose goldiness’ (it’s a word, now) and sheers it out without totally compromising the coverage of the foundation. I love this because I wear full coverage foundation. It gives a beautiful luminosity to the skin and it not greasy, unless you go cray-cray with it. It thick enough to add to the tops of your cheekbones and worn this way it dries to a beautiful sheen that really just makes you look like a shimmering goddess as the light hits the your face. If you want a more intense highlight, you can easily apply a powder highlighter over top. . This is BAM! Can I get a collective YAAAASSSS! You can also wear this alone on your skin for a healthy glow and is a great product for strobing.

This works well on all skin tones because of the hint of champagne in it that looks great on everyone, everyone. Did I mention that I think it looks great on everyone?

Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal in the three stages of 'gorgeousness' (this is a word now)
Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal in the three stages of ‘gorgeousness’ (this is a word now)

It comes with a pump . . . but the one downside with all these Shimmering Skin Perfectors is that it pumps out too much product in one pump. This can appear wasteful, but you can use this guy all over your body (that sounds wrong, but you beauties know what I’m talking about.)

Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal in the three stages of 'gorgeousness' (this is a word now)
Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal in the three stages of ‘gorgeousness’ (this is a word now)

 

It looks especially nice on the décolletage and try a bit on you legs, I know this is a bit out there, but it gives such a sheen to the skin, especially when it’s summer and those sexy pins are on show! This is the beauty of Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfectors; it’s just minimal effort with maximum impact to really glow. It’s subtle yet so visibly gorgeous at the same time. It’s the epitome of feminity. It’s beachy elegance . . . that the best way to describe these shimmering skin perfectors. It’s multi-purpose? It truly is perfection in a bottle

Brown girls, if you have been following me for a while, you know I hate boxing us into only using golden illuminators or highlighters, but let me tell you, when brown and rose gold collide, magic happens. You know my approach, if it doesn’t look ashy or chalky, go for it!

Just another shot of Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal because it's soon pretty
Just another shot of Becca’ s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal because it’s soon pretty

 

Where to buy: www.beccacosmetics.co.za

Physical Address

4th floor

Fredman Towers,

13 Fredman Drive

Sandton, 2146

Phone: +27 (0) 11 881 1440

Email:sandton@beccacosmetics.co.za

 

 

Price: R410 for 50ml (Yes, it’s ssssspensive, but you are getting a bucketful of product)

 

Dupe: I don’t have anything in my stash that matches the formula and I don’t think I ever will. But in terms of something comparable in shade is Inglot’s Face and Body Illuminator in #63.

 

Have you tried Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfecto in Opal? What’s your favourite liquid illuminator? Do you know of a dupe that’s cheaper? Would you try it?

Let me know down below.

 

Until next time, stay beautiful and blessed.

Xoxo

Prativa

Beauty Bugle

 

Posted by Beauty Bugle / in BLOG, Product Reviews / 2

Unicorn tears . . . Becca’s Shimmering skin Perfector (Moonstone)

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It will give you a glow like nothing else . . . ethereal almost . . . made from unicorn tears and fairy dust!

Marketed as a moisturizer, this liquid gold champagne/ muted gold) creates an instant radiance when applied to the skin. Mixed in with foundation, it breathes luminous life into it. Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone has light diffusing particles that reduces the look of imperfections and brings out your skin’s a healthy glow.

Water-based, this moisturizer quenches the skin and absorbs evenly into it.

And your body needn’t get jealous of your face; you can use it all over your body too, and shimmer on the beach in golden glory or to the office, depending on where you work and what time . . .

Yes, it can do all that and dotted along your cheekbones, it will accentuate those high points and when the light hits that, you won’t look like you’re in the spotlight, rather, you will look like the heavens have opened up and that light has embraced you. On the topic of the heavens, it does have SPF20, so you will get some protection from the sun; however, I suggest using a separate sunscreen under it, just to be safe.

 

Now, that's so serious glow!
Now, that’s so serious glow!

The Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone will suit a wide variety of skin tones but really flatter those with a medium or tan skin. If you are deeper, you can still pull this off but the finish will be a bit more of a highlighter than an illuminator. Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Moonstone has a thick, creamy texture that sheers out easily and dries to the most beautiful sheen.

 

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Moonstone comes on a sleek tube and it has a pump!
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Moonstone comes on a sleek tube and it has a pump!

It comes in a sleek rubberized tube with a rubberized top that has a metal centre with Becca etched around the top and bottom of the circle. It comes with a metal pump that pumps out a bit too much product. If you want to mix it in with your foundation, all you need is half a pump at most. This is my favourite way of wearing this. I wear full coverage foundation and this, when mixed into it, sheers it out and adds dimension to what would have looked a bit flat.

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Moonstone is a sure winner!
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Moonstone is a sure winner!

Overall, this is a magical, multi-purpose product, I think is definitely worth the splurge. It remains one of Becca’s bestsellers and for good reason. Go on, try it and unleash your inner golden Goddess!

Where to buy: www.beccacosmetics.co.za

Physical Address

4th floor

Fredman Towers,

13 Fredman Drive

Sandton, 2146

Phone: +27 (0) 11 881 1440

Email:sandton@beccacosmetics.co.za

 

 Price: R410 for 50ml

Yes, it is ssssssspensive, but a little goes a long way and unless you are a make up artist who uses it daily on clients or you go cray-cray and bust open the bottle, this will last you a lifetime, seriously . . . true story. .

Have you tried any of the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfectors? Which is your favourite? Which one’s your favourite? Will you decant some into little bottles and share it with your besties? Let me know down below!

 

Until next time, stay blessed and beautiful. Love you to the Moon (stone) and back!

Xoxo

Prativa

Beauty Bugle

Posted by Beauty Bugle / in BLOG, Product Reviews / 2

Colour Player! Becca Mineral Blush (Wild Honey)

There are somethings in life that you really want to love . . . but you just like . . .

Becca Mineral Blush in Wild Honey.
Becca Mineral Blush in Wild Honey.

This is the case with Becca’s Mineral Blush in Wild Honey. Getting your hands on one of these if difficult because it is one of Beauty Guru Jaclyn Hill’s favourite blushes of life . . . and it is beautiful . . . on her, it looks gorgeous BUT it’s not brown-girl friendly! That said, it’s not a total write-off but it is interesting . . .

 

Becca Mineral Blush Wild Honey looks like a mini shimmering skin ferfector pressed. Super cute!
Becca Mineral Blush Wild Honey looks like a mini shimmering skin ferfector pressed. Super cute!

The packing is super cute . . . it has the same durable plastic in chocolate brown with the metal top on the mirrored compact like the pressed shimmering skin perfectors. The word Becca appears on the top and bottom halves of the metal top. This little guy packs in 6g of finely milled and super soft, luxurious powder.

Becca Mineral Blush (Wild Honey) comes in a mirrored compact, not that you can see much in the teeny tiny mirror!
Becca Mineral Blush (Wild Honey) comes in a mirrored compact, not that you can see much in the teeny tiny mirror!

 

The word Becca appears on the top and bottom halves of the metal top.

The UFO makes an appearance once again.
The UFO makes an appearance once again.

This little guy packs in 6g of finely milled and supersoft, luxurious powder.But that’s just the beginning of the deception . . .

In the pan, it looks like a deep golden brown with a hint of peach. On a finger swatch, it looks like a chalky hot mess.

Becca’s Mineral Blush in Wild Honey looks like a bronzy peach shade in the pan.
Becca’s Mineral Blush in Wild Honey looks like a bronzy peach shade in the pan.

Swatched on my arm, it looks orange and blended out, it looks like nothing, on my arm that is.

 

Where did that ORANGE come from?
Where did that ORANGE come from?

When applied to the cheeks though, it looks like bronzer with a hint of peach and it’s not chalky but has a beautiful luminosity. I know, this is a chameleon of a blush! It’s a damn tease!

For reference I am a NC40 in MAC and this just about shows up on my skin in a very soft-focused way. It definitely adds warmth to my skin. This blush will suit medium to fair beauties and should give a healthy glow to the cheeks, no highlighter required! For anyone darker than an NC42, I highly doubt this will show up. If it does, it will look like fairy dust you can buy at CNA for R10!

Like all Becca products I’ve tried so far, the texture feels soft and luxurious. It’s so soft to the point that there is a lot of kick back of the powder. You will be left is a smoky haze if you are too aggressive with this powder blush. I suggest using a light hand and a soft brush. Tap your brush rather than swirl it around in the pan before you apply it so you won’t waste this sssssssspensive blush.

It’s not an epic fail, not by a long shot . . . Becca’s powder products are of a high quality so I don’t regret this buy because it is pretty and does look nice on my skin for an everyday kind of sheen. I won’t reach for it everyday, but I will reach for it . . .

That said, at the end of the day, I bought a blush and if I wanted a bronzer with some sheen, I would have bought one!

Price: R320 for 6g

Where to buy: www.beccacosmetics.co.za

Visit them at their store:

Physical Address

4th floor

Fredman Towers,

13 Fredman Drive

Sandton, 2146

Phone: +27 (0) 11 881 1440

Email: sandton@beccacosmetics.co.za

 

Have you tried the Becca range of Mineral Blushes? Do you think it’s worth the money?

Let me know down below!

Until next time, stay blessed and beautiful.

Xoxo

Prativa

Beauty Bugle

 

Posted by Beauty Bugle / in BLOG, Product Reviews / 2

Ayeye! Brown girls, rejoice! Wet’n Wild’s bronzer is a winner!

I’ve been hunting for a good quality bronzer that’s easy on the pocket for a while now. Believe me, the struggle was real.

I’d heard of the Wet n Wild Coloricon bronzers that were released back in 2012 so it’s not a new product, but it’s new to me.

When I saw it at the Wet ‘n’ Wild counter at Clicks, I also saw a green light and grabbed two of them. There are three bronzers in the Coloricon range.

They are Reserve your Cabana (Light), Ticket To Brazil (Medium) and Bikini Contest (Deep). The one I didn’t get and regret is Ticket to Brazil.

In my experience, finding a fabulous bronzer for darker-skinned beauties in South Africa is difficult when you’re on a tight budget. There are beautiful high-end bronzers out there for darker skinned beauties but in my experience, most bronzers geared to us are like darker face powders with a sprinkle of fairy dust. But Bikini Contest is nothing like that.

Wet n Wild Coloricon Bronzer has a beautiful sun pattern. And it's a mother load of product!
Wet n Wild Coloricon Bronzer has a beautiful sun pattern. And it’s a mother load of product!

This is medium/dark bronzer with a soft gold sheen. Because it has an orange/red this will look fabulous on dark skinned beauties but women with reddish undertones will rock this. It will add an all over warmth to the skin, leaving you with a sun-kissed look. I kid you not! It really is that beautiful.

Wet n Wild Coloricon Bronzer swatched. As you can see it's more on th reddish brown side.
Wet n Wild Coloricon Bronzer swatched. As you can see it’s more on th reddish brown side.

Bikini Contest has SPF15, which is always a bonus. This bronzer has a creamy buttery texture that applies evenly onto the skin with very little fallout.

The more you blend the product into your skin, the more sun-kissed it looks because the sheen appears more visible. That’s what I look for in a bronzer.

Wet n Wild claims, they usually do not lie and didn't this time.
Wet n Wild claims, they usually do not lie and didn’t this time.

I’m dark skinned but this shade was a touch too red for me. However, because of the subtlety of the shimmer and its blendability, it was able to pull off a glow. But it didn’t look as natural as I would have liked it to. I think Ticket to Brazil would have suited me better.

The shade Ticket to Brazil is a golden tan, I swatched it in store. But a young lady grabbed it before me (there was only one) because I got side tracked by the lipsticks. Don’t you hate when that happens? Ticket to Brazil is sure to suit medium and lighter skinned girls because the colour has neutral golden undertones.

Wet n Wild’s Bikini Contest wears well, a good eight hours before it starts to fade. If you have dark skin and want an all round healthy glow, even in winter, get this guy. He won’t disappoint! The only thing that will disappoint is the flimsy plastic packaging. Drop it and you will end up with loose powdered bronzer, I guarantee.

But that’s the case with ALL the Wet ‘n Wild products I have tried so far. I guess that’s the reason for the cheaper price, because the quality of the product definitely isn’t.

 

Price: R100 for 13g of product. Now that’s a whole lot of goodness that will last a long, long, time

Where to buy: Wet ‘n Wild counters at selected Clicks stores.

Posted by Beauty Bugle / in BLOG, Product Reviews

Blushing with Wet n Wild!

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I hate red wine, I tried it a few times when I thought being a wine expert was something I needed to be, pretentious I know, but it is was it is.

I’d rather eat glass than drink the stuff. People say it pairs perfectly with red meat, I’m vegetarian so I wouldn’t know. Haven’t tasted the stuff.

Despite its name, Wet n Wild’s Mellow Wine blush caught eye during my trip to Clicks last weekend.

Gosh, I make it sound like a trip to Durban, but believe me, when you find a Clicks store that carries the Wet n Wild line, it feels like a trip.

I’ve always been wary of berry/plum, wine blush shades. I’m terrified of looking like a throw back from an era where dark blush applied like a contour shade was on trend. Think the 1980s or present because while blush has moved on, some people clearly haven’t . . . I see these stripes pop up from time to time.

But, each to their own

 

This blush looked pretty plum to me in the pan, definitely not wine. It also has a pretty wavy pattern etched on the top in keeping with the Wet n Wild theme is guess.

This brush is great for contouring . . .
This brush is great for contouring . . .

When swatched heavily, the colour looks very deep and chalky but once blended out, it transforms into a muted deep rose with fine glitter. This sparsely distributed glitter is not noticeable unless you really get up close and personal. This is a warm toned blush that will suit all skin tones, of course the amount you apply will vary.

 

Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!!
Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!!

You really need to use a very light hand when applying this blush. I barely needed to tap my brush into this blush for application. There is some fallout but that’s ok, I can deal with it. It applied beautifully on my skin and blended evenly. It didn’t cling to any dry patches. It isn’t long wearing though and will start fading at around the six-hour mark, but you can always touch up. The little brush is not bad and you know I usually throw out little brushes that come with eye shadow palettes and blush. You can do a fairly decent job to apply this blush with it. As a side note, if you don’t have a brush for contouring, this one is great for a start. It’s cut at a sharp angle and the bristles are densely packed. It’s defiantly great to contour the sides of the nose. This brush won’t last long though and I doubt it’s meant to. The packaging is flimsy plastic, which I’ve come to expect based on Wet n Wild products I’ve tried. Because it blush isn’t large, it feels safer.

I bought the blush to test out the formula and it’s definitely a winning one.

 

Price: RR65 for 4g

 

 

 

 

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