The Porcelain Girls Contour

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Inglot AMC Bronzing Powder|Soap&Glory Glow Job|Illamasqua Hollow.

As much as I love my pale skin it can be hard to find make-up products that suit it, especially contouring products. A lot of the highstreet brands are too orange, or muddy on my skin but I have three in my collection which are great for chiselling out the cheekbones.

Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Hollow£17.50

If I could only recommend one product it would be the Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Hollow, the main selling point of this is the colour, it’s a gorgeous taupe colour so creates the idea of a shadow on the face instead of a block of orange. It is super creamy and blends easily using either your fingers or a brush – I love applying this with my fingers as I can create a really natural contour.

Inglot AMC Bronzing Powder in 80£17.00

If you are more into a powder formula then I love the Inglot Bronzing Powder. It’s a collection of five different shades that can be used individually or altogether which is how I prefer to apply it. It has a very subtle glow to it but still works to contour with but what I love is how natural it looks once applied to the skin. Great pigmentation and lasting power.

Soap&Glory Glow Job£11.00

This is actually a facial fake tanner but works perfectly as a cream contour, the darkest out of my three choices its great for extreme contouring and warming up of the face. It applies as a white cream but as it is blended – this is best done with your fingers, the micro beads inside burst to change the colour of the product into a natural tan. It sounds very scientific but its an amazing product.

What are your favourite contour products?

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Best concealer ever?!|Maybelline The Eraser Eye

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 Maybelline The Eraser Eye Concealer£7.99

Its not secret that I love concealer and this beauty from Maybelline is fast becoming a holy grail product.

The main selling point for me is that it is super full coverage, it’s perfect for use on dark circles but also on any blemishes or imperfections. A super creamy formula that blends perfectly with either a beauty blender or your fingers. I know a lot of people are turned off by the sponge applicator but that really doesn’t bother me at all. The only thing that slightly annoys me is that it only comes in two shades – Light and Nude(I think there may be more shades in the US). I have both but Light is really the only one that works on my pale skin tone, Nude is too dark so I use it as a cream contour.

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

The Pale Girls Foundation|L’Oreal True Match

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L’Oreal True Match Foundation in Rose Ivory £9.99

Pale girls rejoice there is an affordable foundation out there for us! L’Oreal True Match has everything a high end foundation has but with an affordable price tag. Being a pale skinned girl with a cool undertone is a nightmare when looking for a good foundation but L’Oreal has pulled through with their amazing range, with around 20 different shades for all skin tones the True Match Foundation blends effortlessly into the skin giving you a natural medium coverage.

This does cling to dry patches a little but with a good primer its great and lasts for a good 8 hours before starting to fade. It really helps to brighten the complexion and with an SPF of 17 helps protect your skin at the same time.

If you struggle to find your skin tone then check out the L’Oreal True Match range!

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO