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Stilla convertible color dual lip & cheek palette

Angela x

I never thought it would be possible to find a colour palette that has all the colours I love in one small neat little package – and yet here we are, my  beloved Stila Dual Lip & Cheek Palette along with an empty packet of Haigh’s chocolate buttons, sitting side by side as I write this post.

 

Stilla convertible color dual lip & cheek palette

 

Since the beginning of spring this little palette has been my go to in the makeup department. Apart from the bonus fact that it fits into make up bags and small clutches alike, I have used every colour.

The creamy palette is moist and well pigmented so it leaves a lasting stain on cheeks and lips, but also blends easily.

There is the option of having dewy cheeks or setting with a loose powder for a matt finish. I use a lipliner on my lips so that the colour lasts longer, and it’s great for creating  fuller lips.

Ultimately, I love blending 2-3 colours at time – whether on my cheeks or lips. This way not only do I get a unique colour every time, I can alter tones and depths to suit my  makeup and outfit.

 

Stilla convertible color dual lip & cheek palette

Below is a list of the all the Stila Convertible Colours with an explanation on how I like to experiment with this palette (remember, I usually blend 2-3 colours)

Lillium – Cheeks and lips (with lip liner)

Camellia – Cheeks and lips (with lip liner)
Gladiola – Lips (perfect for beach, outdoor events and holidays)

Gerbera – Lips for Spring/Summer

Magnolia – Cheeks and lips (with lip liner)

Peony – Cheeks and lips (with lip liner)

Peach Blossom – Lips (with lip liner) and dark eye makeup

Petunia – Lips (with lip liner) and dark eye makeup for Spring/Summer

Tulip – Lips (with lip liner) nude eyes and after dark

Rose – Lips (with lip liner) nude eyes

Hibiscus – Lips (perfect for beach, outdoor events and holidays)

Fuchsia -Lips (perfect for beach, outdoor events and holidays)

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Stila Dual Lip & Cheek Palette

Do you have a favourite colour in this palette? We’d love to hear about it in the comments section below…

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