Illamasqua Hollow|Review

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Illamasqua Cream Pigment in HollowΒ£17.50

Being a pale skinned girl I find it hard to get contour products that don’t look orange on my skin but all my prayers have been answered in the form of Illamasqua Hollow. It’s a taupe coloured cream pigment which is super pigmented but blends out easily so you’re not left with a stripe across your cheek. I like to apply this with a Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge and then blend it out with my fingers.

You don’t just have to use this as a contour colour it works great on both the eyes and lips and who doesn’t love a multi tasking product. It’s very creamy so don’t worry about it drying out your lips if you do choose to use it on your lips.

Have you tried Hollow?

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