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More newness from Hoola yay!! And if you like a bit of contouring, you are going to love this! The Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick is a quick and easy way to sculpt your complexion and I have all the details here with photos and swatches.
This little beauty is a soft bronze, cream-to-powder contour stick with a dome shape tip t0 ensure smooth and precise application.
Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick Features
- Twist up chubby stick
- Cream to powder formulation
- Dome shape tip
- Smooth, targeted application
- Long wearing formula
- Easy blending
- Soft bronze shade
Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick Swatch
The stick applies beautifully.
You literally draw it on and then blend. I decided to use a damp beauty blender as sometimes I find a brush can blend cream products away to nothing. I just bounced the blender on top until the edges were blended but there was still definition. You can add more and then blend again if you want a more sculpted look.
I like the cream to powder finish, and I think it would work well set with a bronzing powder for a more intense effect. Hoola Lite would be great. This could also be used as a bronzing stick if contouring isn’t your thing. You can just pop a bit on, blend quickly with fingers and it leaves skin nice and juicy but sets well.
You can check out the finished look in my MAC X Fleur de Force Lipstick swatch post HERE.
The Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick is £23.50 and is available HERE. You can find it here in the US. I am hoping they will launch a few shades of this for different skin tones and effects because it’s really easy to work with and I think it will be well received. This shade could be a bit on the warm side for some people but I find it works well on my fair skin.
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