Fellow fair-skinned ladies, listen up – finally, there’s a contour kit made for us, and a perfect nude lip to go with it.
In the second production of Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contour Kits the brand released a Fair option, and angels sang from the heavens. Soft Light, Lustre, and Fair are neutral-undertoned highlights that lean pearly and porcelain. Lustre has discernible shimmer but no tacky glitter particles. The bottom row of contour colors – Fawn, Shadow, and Mink – lean cool and in turn result in a natural and life-like faux shadow on pale skin. Shadow can be built up in 2 layers and double as a cream bronzer, but you may need a slightly warmer tone for the “sunkissed” look.
The texture of both the highlight and contour creams are on the thick side, but that doesn’t mean they are difficult to blend – in fact, when used under foundation and blended out with a damp sponge, you’re left with a gorgeous chiseled effect that looks completely natural. In a pinch, Lustre makes a beautiful shimmering eyeshadow, and Shadow defines the lower lash line without looking hollowing the eyes. The palette is way more versatile than you may expect!
Don’t forget to groom and polish the brows as you did the face, and with feathery motions apply Brow Wiz in sparse areas. The pencil is long lasting and so micro-thin that it’s nearly impossible to mess up. PS: Granite is a great color for the darkest shades of brown to black hair; it’s ashy, so anyone without red tones should consider this shade.
Swipe on Dr. Hasuka’s Lip Color in 01 from the Stone Colours Collection and then throw it into your bag for mid-day touch-ups. Since it’s a pressed lip color there’s no need to worry about mess. It has a creamy feel and 100% organic formula. Top it off with Lip Gloss in 05 for a plump effect. These colors work harmoniously as the perfect pinky-nude on light skin.
There you have it – a beautiful, quick makeup look that isn’t overly complicated and perfect for fair skin. Have you tried any of these products? What are your thoughts? Send questions, feedback, or recreation photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.