Hey guys! I’m back with the final part of my Fenty Beauty review. For now, at least. Today I’m reviewing the Matte Skin Stick in the shade Espresso.
A magnetized makeup stick in a long-wear, light-as-air, matte formula to conceal, correct, contour, and touch up skin in 20 shades.
What it does:
Meet the magnetized longwear makeup sticks that come together in two light-as-air finishes and a shade lineup to satisfy your every need: MATTE Skinsticks conceal, correct, and contour.
With Match Stix MATTE Skinsticks, conceal, correct, and contour in 20 shades obsessively fine-tuned and tested to look good on the full spectrum of skin tones. Made to layer, the buildable cream-to-powder formula is weightless and super easy to blend, but also stays put. No creasing and caking when you apply it —so even the delicate undereye area is fair game.
With a magnetic physical attraction, Match Stix MATTE Skinsticks click to each other, to their SHIMMER Skinstick alter egos, and to their ultimate blending partner, the Portable Contour & Concealer Brush 150. So mix, match, click ‘em together and you’re set.
Fenty Beauty Espresso Match Stix Swatch and Dupes.
Here’s what the shade Espresso looks like compared to Makeup Geek Scandal and Half Hearted. These were the closest matches I had in my collection. Scandal and Half Hearted are powders while Espresso is a cream.
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Review
I like the formula of this product. It is creamy but not greasy. It glides on the skin really easily. I know a lot of people said it felt really dry and hard to apply but I didn’t experience that. To be fair, I have oily combination skin and I didn’t use it under my eyes, because I generally prefer to use liquid concealers versus cream stick concealers.
The product was easy enough to blend and it lasted all day. I like the shade Espresso because it is warm. I tend to stay away from cooler contour products because they make me look weird. It added both depth and warmth to my face and I love that.
I looove the packaging. Very cute and sleek and I love that they are magnetic.
This is available for $25 from Sephora and £21 from Harvey Nichols
Makeup Geek contour powders are available from the Makeup Geek website and retail for between $10 and $15
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