The brand has really upped their formula game for the Stila Perfect Me Perfect Hue Palettes – four neutral led eye and cheek palettes that work with your skin tone. It’s quite bold to suggest that all tones are covered here but the deepest shade actually is quite dark. At £28 each I do think they’re incredibly good value put up against other similar palettes and if you’re not a make-up adventurer, you’ll feel on safe ground with these. They’re a little more lively than the nudes and neutral shades we’ve been seeing for the past couple of years – more colour depth and warmth I think.
In the picture above, the first palette is Tan/Deep and the second is Fair/Light.
The first palette is Medium/Tan and the second is Light/Medium.
Medium Tan is my shade although I could have gone with Light/Medium.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
This is Medium/Tan swatched up.
And this is Fair/Light swatched. I will swatch the other two over the weekend. Stila states that they’re using Color True pigments which means the shades show true – what you see in the pan is what you’ll see on your skin. The eye colours are vivid and quite creamy feeling for powders, suggesting a higher oil content, but I still found the blush powders a little bit dusty. I’m still using my Stila cream cheek and lip colour palette from an earlier release: things are getting so much better with this brand and it’s finding its place again – if they stick with these formulas, I think we have rather a lot to be excited about with Stila. The palettes are HERE.
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