Friday, February 13, 2015

NYX Highlight and Contour Pro Palette

Hiii! Today I am reviewing NYX's Highlight and Contour Pro palette. As soon as I saw this palette on Instagram, I HAD to have it asap! I was about to finally give in and buy the Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit which is $40, but then I saw this NYX palette for $25 and decided to try it first . This palette had 8 shades which made it an even better deal than the Anastasia one. I have never used a NYX bronzer/contour shade, but I have used their illuminators which I LOVE. My favorite one is Ritualistic, it is a gorgeous light golden highlight. So I had really high hopes for this highlight and contour palette, but unfortunately I was disappointed. These were really powdery and made a mess every time I put my brush in them. That I could live with, but they also do not blend well. I used multiple different brushes to see if maybe my brush was the problem, but I was still left with darker, muddy looking patches on my face. It seriously sucks because there are some great colors in this palette. I do however, like the highlight powders. Even though they are a bit powdery, I will keep using them. I especially like the banana powder to set my under eye concealer. Overall, I sadly would not recommend the NYX highlight and contour pro palette. Even though $25 is much better than $40, $25 is still quite a bit and I would expect better quality. I definitely think in this case, it is worth spending the extra money to get the Anastasia contour kit. 

These are the first 2 highlight shades. The one on the left is a pearly white and the one on the right is a matte nude. 

The top is the pearly white and bottom is the matte nude. 

These are the 3rd and 4th highlights. 
The left one is a matte pale yellow(banana).
The one on the right is a pearly peach shade. 

Top is the matte pale yellow and the bottom is the pearly peach shade.

These are the first 2 contour powders.
The one on the left is a matte brown with red undertones. The one on the right is a matte neutral brown. 

The top is the brown with red undertones and the bottom is the neutral brown.

These are the last 2 contour powders.
The one on the left is a matte taupe brown. (This is my favorite one.)and the one on the right is a matte deep brown. 

Top is the taupe shade and the bottom one is the deep brown. 

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