Review:Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick
This week ive been trying out the new Benefit Hoola quickie contour stick (£23.50) and i am more than impressed with how it has performed.
In the past i haven't been a fan of stick contours as they can be hard to blend and i was often left with streak marks on the face but with the quicke contour stick was so easy to blend.The formula was so creamy and pigmented it made it easy to work with and it sculpted perfectly around the cheekbones.It didn't dry out on the face making it patchy and the dome shape of the stick helped with chiseling out smaller areas such as the nose and around the mouth.
The colour was not orange in any way and because of that it was very build able. I also love the fact that it is matte and the formula is cream to powder so for that reason it didn't leave me with an oily finish.
Cream contour can be quite heavy for daytime wear but because of how easy it was to use and how build able the product was i found it easy to have a natural contoured daytime look without looking too heavy.
It's an easy to use, versatile contouring product and i think if you struggle with contouring this will be a go to product for you.
Overall this is a must have everyday makeup product for me and i will definitely be re-purchasing again.
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After blending :
* I used the blank canvas F43 14.95 to blend out the contour *
*JADES PRODUCT LIST*
Flormar perfect coverage foundation 8.95
Hoola Quickie Contour stick 23.50
So Sue palette (shade 1) 22.50
Benefit Hello Flawless oxygen wow (I Love Me) mineral powder 28.50
Flormar fix spray 7.99
So Sue Highlight Palette (moon dust/candy crush)
Blank Canvas master palette (25.00) in shades core/brazen/carmin/cocoa/hickory.
So sue highlighter palette (25.50) in shade peach smoothie.
Benefit roller lash in black (20.50)
Note matte moist lip gloss (5.95) 401 matnude