Fall is in full orange, brown, and yellow bloom. Pumpkin spice is everywhere, and soon we’ll be enjoying some a crisp chill in the air. As we embrace the new season, it’s also time to embrace a new Japonesque Velvet Touch Face Palette.
In my last fall post, I shared my thoughts on getting fall ready with Coola’s BB+ Cream and Makeup Setting Spray. Today, I going to show you how you can perfect your look with Japonesque’s contour, blush, and highlight pro palette.
I’ve been a fan of Japonesque ever since I received one of their amazing brushes in a Wantable box. Since then, I’ve tried out a few more products and have always been impressed by their quality, longevity, and performance. This new Velvet Touch Face Palette is no exception.
The Velvet Touch Face Palette features three of Japonesque’s top selling blushes, along with a limited edition contour and highlight. The first thing I noticed about this palette was the creamy texture of all five products. They do kick up some powder when you stick your brush in the palette, but nothing major. The only unfortunate thing about this kick-up is that it gets all over the solid black palette.
One of my favorite things about the Velvet Touch Face Palette is the variety of the three blushes. There is a cool bright pink, soft peachy nude, and a peach coral with gold reflects. Having three options makes this palette an ideal tool for creating any look on different skin tones. I really like the pigmentation and staying power of these blushes. They blend out easily and can also be built-up for those who like to rock a strong, flushed look.
The luminous pearl sheen/white gold highlighter and medium tan matte contour also feature the same buttery feel of the blushes. I really like the look of the highlighter and how it refracts the light. It provides a subtle glow to this pale girl’s face. I’m not sure if this highlight will work on every skin tone because of its opalescent nature. I think this palette could have benefited from the addition of a second highlight, perhaps in a gold tone, to make it more useable for dark skin hues.
Like the blushes and highlighter, the contour/bronzer is easy to blend and build. Since I don’t tan and never will, I don’t tend to wear much bronzer. I use it mainly to warm up my face and slightly contour my cheeks. Unlike the highlighter, I do think the contour is suitable for most, if not all, skin tones, especially since you can build it up.
If you’re looking for a versatile face palette to perfect your fall looks, I highly recommend checking out the cruelty-free Japonesque Velvet Touch Face Palette. You can find it at your local Ulta and Ulta.com.
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