Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Cream Kit
A best-selling set of three highlights and three contour shades in one must-have kit. Use Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Cream Kit to sculpt, define, and enhance bone structure and features.
- Top row from left to right: Nude, Coral, Chocolate
- Bottom row from left to right: Espresso, Carob, Rich Earth
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- "anastasia always makes goos products in my eyes. this cream contour kit blends out nicely and the colors go well with all skin tones. the creams are a little dry but they work better with a hydrating oil. i suggest this for someone with a more advanced makeup background. if you are just starting off with contour a powder contour kit will be a lot easier to work with :)" in 626 reviews
I first applied a primer, and then a medium coverage foundation before applying this product.
I have a fair-to-light skin tone, and occasionally experience breakouts on my cheeks and chin. This product won’t replace a heavy-duty concealer, but it works really well as a lightweight concealer, for small spots on the fly!
It also works incredibly well for dull under-eyes, especially when paired with an oil (I use Biossance %100 Squalane) and/or a facial setting spray (I use one by Mario Badescue).
I rarely use the darkest contour shade, but when I do, I find that a little goes a long way, and again, greater blend-ability can achieved with a facial oil.
After fully blending this contour (I use a silicon blender, liquid foundation, a concealer brush, and sometimes my fingers!), I recommend setting it with a translucent powder or a facial setting spray, or both.
A beautiful glow is achieved, but the white/pearlescent highlight color isn’t too pigmented, so if you’d prefer a strobing effect, would I still use a powdered highlighter on top.
I have use this palette at least twice a week and it has lasted me many months (About 4 months) and I still have half of the product left. The lighter shades used up quicker, for me.
Will be buying again!
I got this about a year ago and honestly hardly use it. It’s too drying and difficult to blend. Also this particular one is too orange for contouring.
The way I made this work for my was mixing it with an oil to blend; my preference is the rose oil from Pixi.
I use the lightest color for highlighting and use the others for bronzing. Ironically my favorite color here is the coral, which I use as a cream blush. Looks like a pretty peach on me.
I wouldn’t buy this again, however if you’re a professional I could see how this may be useful, as you can use these thick creams as foundations and concealers alternatively.
Perhaps the versatility of this kit is what has made it so popular, just depends how you look at it.
The product feels sandy, like it legit feels like there is crystals of sand in it. It also does not blend well. It lifts up my foundation and exposes patches of dry skin I didn’t know I had. To help with the blending issue I added drops of oil to the product as people recommend, it just made things work. I still haven’t ditched this product, but I probably won’t buy again, at least not at full price.
Recently I tried using this by dabbing a small stipple brush into the contour shades and buffing it onto the areas I want and building the color slowly, and it has become my everyday contour product!! So if you're like me and couldnt get this to blend, definitely try this way!! It lasts forever on the skin as well, and has a beautiful finish.
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