A $6 Contour Palette?

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Yeah, you read that right! Lemme tell ya a little more 'bout it!

There are many contour kits out there, especially powder ones, but do any of them even come close to the incredible price point of E.L.F.'s? Nope.

I often think more than 3 or 4 shades in a contour kit are unnecessary for the average person (not a makeup artist), so this quad's selection of colors is perfect for my tastes.

The first shade, a gorgeous eggshell color with a champagne sheen is ideal for those who want a glow without the glitter. Perfect to top cheek bones, swipe down the nose or even to highlight the eye area.

Moving onto the slightly more peach highlight shade (it reads more yellow in the picture, for some reason), i love this to set the undereye area or to blend out any crazy contour or blush i might've messed up! A great matte option that is super soft to blend.

The deeper, more taupe shade of the contour/bronze shades does appear very dark in the pan but its really easy to get a smooth application that you can't really mess up. The shade reminds me of a more matte version of the bronzer in the Charlotte Tilbury Bronze & Glow Palette.

Lastly, the bronze shade definitely has some peach undertones too so its very complimentary on a lot of skin tones and really mimics a natural bronze. Easy to apply anything from the sheerest hint to a glamazon bronze!

As far as i can tell, this palette only comes in one shade range and it would be suitable for anyone up to medium/tan shades, i think.

The mirror in the lid is perfect for application on the go because of its size and all shades work awesome as eyeshadows, too!

All shades are buttery, easy to blend and layer, and i think this palette would be perfect for n00bs and pros alike!

Find the palette here.


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