Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Review: e.l.f. Studio Contouring Blush & Bronzing Cream

Hello Sweethearts,
today I'm going to review the e.l.f. Studio Contouring Blush & Bronzing Cream. I have had it for a while now. && I first couldn't decide to write the review or not, since there are so many reviews out there already. But today I finally decided to write it anyway. So if you want to know my opinion than keep on reading!

Eyeslipsface on this product:
" Ideal for all skin types, this dual cream bronzer and blush creates a sheer, natural wash of color on the skin. The lightweight cream-to-powder formula provides extended wear and allows you to layer for desired intensity. Sculpt eyes, cheeks, lips, body and anywhere you wish to highlight and contour with the rich cream formula."

My opinion:
" As I stated in my haul video this product is really pigmented. When applied to the face it looks a bit lighter, it's an easy colour to build up. Which makes it easier to use, you can not over do it with one layer. However with the pigmentation it is easy to over do it with two layers. The bronzer and blush stays on all day.
My personal favourite to use is the bronzer since it gives a bronze effect but not in an over done way.

Would I say that this is an ascend to my collection? Yes I would, even though my blush  & bronzer collection is quite big. The colours are both somewhat unique && it's never a bad thing to have a good cream blush and bronzer."

Before I ordered the e.l.f. dual cream bronzer and blush I was kind of curious if it somewhat was a dupe of the famous NARS.

My answer is; The packaging a big yes! Although e.l.f.. gives you more product and a bigger packaging than NARS. The colours inside also really match each other, this is probably coincidental but still.
I can't tell if the formula is also similar since I don't own a cream blush from NARS nor a powder blush from e.l.f..

What are your thoughts on this product?
What's your favourite blush & bronzer?

1 comment:

  1. Interesting formulation seems like it would glide on nice with a stippling brush!