Product Review | Nudestix Nudies Tinted Blur Stick
Product Review | Nudestix Nudies Tinted Blur Stick in Deep 9 ($30, Sephora and Beautylish)
Product Details (from Sephora's website): This natural-looking tint blurs to create the appearance of smooth texture and even skin tone. The lightweight, cream-to-powder finish is suitable for all skin types.
Tinted, light-reflecting minerals soften the appearance of uneven skin tone to provide a youthful, diffused glow. Shade-adjusting pigments blend with your real skin tone coming through to naturally tint your skin. The overall effect is a soft-matte glow that’s never flat or blah.
Mix your stix: Use this easy multitasker for all-over tinted coverage, a blurring primer, a blotting cream, highlight, or contour. Use Nudies Tinted Blur Stix in shades lighter or deeper than your skin tone to highlight, contour, and define your features. Just draw and blend.
Your skin will look and feel like your skin, but better. So let's go nude and get real.
Review: I decided to pick this up during the Sephora Fall VIB Sale because it reminded me of my Wet N' Wild Contour/Bronzer Stick that I cannot live without. Also, I have heard so many great things about the Nudestix line, so why not, right? The packaging is in a very simply black and brown (the brown part depends on the contour/bronzer shade) twist up bullet. It is packaged inside a black tin can, which you can use to keep the product in it just in case you want to travel with it or put in your purse. The consistency of this product is amazing. It is soft, cream and easy to blend. It creates a natural contour/bronze on the skin. This is also a multi-tasking product and can be used as foundation or concealer, depending on the shade you purchase. However, this product is so soft it breaks easily. So be careful not to twist the product too high, otherwise, you will not get a lot of use out of it. Would I recommend this product? Aside from having one of the best consistency, I wouldn't. My Wet N' Wild Contour/Bronzer stick is $3.99 and I have never had one break while using it. The consistency is almost similar to Nudestix, although they do not have a wide shade range like Nudestix. I would recommend trying out other contour sticks first unless you really want the Nudestix one.
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