Van Anh is the talented fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger from Chopstick Panorama and was invited by ASOS to review the Nude by Nature Contour & Highlight Collection. Keep reading to see her first impressions and favourites from the collection.
The first thing Van noticed about the Nude by Nature collection was the signature rose gold packaging and how the products stood out in her make-up drawer. After familiarising herself with the brand, she soon realised there was more than meets the eye.
“Nude by Nature is not just about looks, what really differentiates them from other cosmetic brands is their promise to provide high-performing natural formulas that are 100% cruelty free and PETA certified.”
As someone that uses make-up daily, Van prefers make-up products formulated without harmful ingredients which can compromise the skin. This is why Nude by Nature’s unique natural philosophy really resonated with her focus on a good skincare regime.
Contour & Highlight Review & Swatches
Touch of Glow Highlight Sticks
Swatches (Left to Right): Champagne, Rose, Bronze
“Highly pigmented, and so easy to apply with the most beautiful radiance. The [Touch of Glow Highlight Stick shade] Champagne one is my absolute favourite for adding highlight, especially during evenings, while the other shades are great for colour and warmth.”
Swatches (Left to Right): Bronze, Rose, Champagne
“I personally prefer stick highlighters because of their pigmentation, but this Highlight Palette is a great alternative to the Touch of Glow Highlight Sticks for those who prefer powder highlight. And sometimes I use the shade Bronze as a blush alternative.”
“It’s so easy to contour with this Contour Palette for a matte and naturally contoured face, especially when using the Ultimate Perfecting Brush. The shades are really flattering for light to medium skin tones, I use this palette nearly everyday!”
“I tried out a lot of products and I have to say I pretty much like all of them! If you like natural make-up, you should definitely try out Nude by Nature!“
See Van Anh’s original blog post here.