NYX CONCEAL, CORRECT, CONTOUR PALETTE
To conceal, correct and contour, use the NYX color-match correcting palette for a glamorous look. With its 6 flattering shades in the palette, you can cover up imperfections, redness and even out your complexion in a go that will bring out the best of your features.
For an ideal tone, use the shades either separately or combine them together. The product comes in three shades for light, medium and dark skin tones.
Only a few people are blessed with clear and light skin tone. For the rest of us, it is an everyday struggle to have a flawless and smooth skin by using just two or three products, or a foundation and concealer for a completely even. flawless finish. Although using a foundation can provide even coverage to our skin, the imperfections, dark circles and dull skin may need more work to be covered completely.
This product offered by NYX is handy to cancel out the dark spots and even out our skin tone, as well as contour and finish with chiseled features! For a little while, NYX has been my favorite drugstore brand to use, and it is quite inexpensive to experience as well. I have been very excited to use the 6-shade palette.
The packaging of a product is vital to me regardless of its price. I love how the palette comes with a strong packaging and is not likely to break. It is well-made, shuts quickly and is very travel-friendly because of its little plastic container. NYX sure has done an excellent job with the product’s packaging.
The bottom shades in the palette are definitely for correcting because the bottom left shade has a green undertone and the bottom right is a little peachy. The middle rows right side shade in the palette is a dark color, so I believe it is for contouring. The rest three shades looked quite similar when I swatched them on my skin.
The consistency of this product’s shades is very thick. One can use her fingers to apply this shade since they feel waxy. Hence, a little extra effort is required to smoothe it out. You can also use a Beauty Blender for blending out these shades but refrain from using a Foundation Brush.
The shade that is used for contouring is a little light if you have a tan skin tone, I would recommend you to overuse it for a perfect blend out and even-out jawline. The peachy shade in the palette works best for covering up your eye bags; I have had an amazing experience with the peach shade because it gives a smooth coverage under my eyes and it is yet the best way to hide your sleepiness. The green shade works best for covering the red areas or if you have acne on your face.
The shades arrangement in the palette is quite eye-catching. I use the contour shade to contour my nose and cheekbones while the concealing shade gives a smooth texture. Overall, this 6-shade palette has done its magic on me, and it had lasted all day. It wore very well without fading and lifting. It didn’t crease at all or turned into fine lines so, for beginners, it is the best kit for concealing and contouring. I am excited to try out the rest two shades that it comes with.