A couple of weeks ago, Makeup Geek launched a set of eight contour powders. I love Makeup Geek eyeshadows and love contour powders, so I immediately picked them up because I wanted to see what they were like. In this video, I use the new Makeup Geek contour powders for the first time and share my initial impressions. I also share swatches of all eight shades.
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The formula of these contour powders is very similar to that of the Makeup Geek eye shadows. They are very smooth and buttery, blend out very easily and are also very pigmented. I am very impressed with them and can’t wait to keep using them!
The shade range of these contour powders is really impressive. Not only are they cruelty free, but all eight shades are also vegan. There is a cool toned and warm toned shade for the four main skin tones – porcelain, fair, medium, and deep.
The Makeup Geek contour powders are such great tones that you could also easily use any of them as eye shadows as well.
Looking for a full list of the vegan options from Makeup Geek? Logical Harmony has you covered!
Break Up – Meant for cool-toned, porcelain skin. http://bit.ly/1Rk98LJ
Love Triangle – Meant for warm-toned, porcelain skin. http://bit.ly/1Qo8UON
Break Up & Love Triangle
Infidelity – Meant for cool-toned, fair skin.
Bad Habit – Meant for warm-toned, fair skin. http://bit.ly/20SeVe2
Complicated – Meant for cool-toned, medium skin.
Half Hearted – Meant for warm-toned, medium skin.
Complicated & Half Hearted
Scandal – Meant for cool-toned, deep skin.
Deal Breaker – Meant for warm-toned, deep skin.
Scandal & Deal Breaker
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