Friday, 4 March 2016

Anastasia Beverly Hills Fair Cream Contour Kit

Anastasia Beverly Hills Fair Cream Contour Kit

I've been meaning to write about this babe since December but I wanted to truly work it into my routine before I wrote a review, I way prefer doing that so I can get a better feel for a product and relay it back to you guys!

When Anastasia Beverly Hills released the Fair Cream Contour Kit, its like the heavens opened and angels came down and sang to use pale girls everywhere. I couldn't get on board with cream contouring before this kit. Everything I had tried previous was simply too orange and looked like I'd fallen flat on my face on a field on a rainy day.

So the the shades I've used in this kit have been Fawn (bottom left hand corner) and Fair (top right hand corner). Reason being I'm not into the bronzey darker shades just yet due to it still being freezing in the UK, but I'm sure I will be dipping into the other two contour hades in no time! I've also dabbled with the true highlight shade, lustre. Lustre pretty much makes your skin look like glittering diamonds when it hits the sunlight.

I have to say that I'm really impressed with this. The formula is really creamy and blends like a dream both with brushes and beauty sponges which is a plus. I hate it when you can't blend cream contour as well with a brush as opposed to a sponge because I think it makes it less appealing to your regular make up consumer. Its worth me noting as well that the Anastasia Beverly Hills Fair Cream Contour Kit works just as well under foundation as it does on top of foundation.

I have also been using the fair shade a lot under my make up as a concealer on those days when the bags under my eyes are particularly prominent!

All in all this is an excellent Cream Contour kit, everything I expected it to be. I can't wait to use this more over summer when I rely on cream products more!

Have you tried the Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contour Kit?

Shiana xo
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