Sleek's Cream Contour kit was a product I'd been considering for a while as I'd previously been using powder contour but wanted to try a cream formula and see if that made any difference, as I do have dry skin, I felt that the cream would maybe sit better on my skin than powder did. Here's a little review of how I found the kit!
This cream contour kit in the lighter shade, includes 6 different tones including 2 highlighters, which I don't reach for as much as the contour shades, but it's handy to have some alongside! There's a light, medium and dark option for buying the product, which is definitely handy as you can buy whichever matches your skin tone the most.
I loved how easy this cream formula is to blend! The variety of shades also made it easier to build up the contour instead of just going straight in with one. I find myself beginning with the first on the bottom row and depending how I'm feeling, I'll gradually build up the coverage and blend it out with a buffing powder brush.
It's not too dark and fake looking in my opinion, it's easy to get a very balanced, nice shading to your face without looking like it's gone wrong. I think that cream contours look a lot better when they are completed than powder contours do, which is what my old one used to be. They are so smooth which make them super easy to work with and I love it for that!
It's a very affordable price (£10.99) for the quality you get and as someone who loves Sleek's products, I'm glad it didn't disappoint me! The packaging is very professional looking and it even has a mirror inside which is an extreme bonus! Even though I don't use the highlight shades as much, I think it's nice all the same to have them included! It may be a little pricier than some of the other highstreet/drugstore contour kits but it's definitely worth it if you're a big makeup lover or if you are a big fan of having a very contoured and structured face. It's definitely made me prefer cream contour products and Sleek once again haven't disappointed me!
Have you tried a cream contour kit, or specifically Sleek's? Let me know in the comments!
Love & hugs,