Clio Kill Cover Pro Artist Liquid Highlighting and Shading

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Hello Princesses

Today I'm going to be talking about the Clio Kill Cover Pro Artist Liquid Highlighting and Shading! I picked these up during my last K-Beauty order because I really wanted to try out a liquid contour product. I find that unless I bake my base on, a lot of the time powder bronzers and contours can actually take away the coverage of my base which isn't good for me because I scar quite badly on my cheeks and this takes away all the hard work that I do to actually cover up the scars.

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These products come housed in a standard small liquid tube with a doe foot applicator. This makes the products really easy to apply, especially around smaller areas like the nose.

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There are two shades in this collection, a highlight and a shading shade of course! Both shades also come with a white blending sponge, this works best when wet but I personally find that it doesn't blend that well and tends to just soak up the product so I don't really recommend them.

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Natural pink base with glowing liquid type highlighter for bright looking face contour. Silicon gel ingredient forms network for oil pearl silky soft strobing makeup look. Contains 50% of moisture ingredients with plant ingredients for hydrated skin.

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The highlight comes in a light pink shade. It blends out really easily and looks really subtle on my skin. I do like how this highlight looks on my skin, however since this is a liquid I apply it before my translucent powder. After I apply the powder I can barely see this highlight.

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Natural color liquid type to shad and contour for slim face look. Moisture plant oil and fine polymer combined for non powdery clean fit. Moisture ingredients and rose hip seed extract with more than 42% to sooth skin with moisture.

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The Shading shade is a nice medium brown. It is a little more warm toned than I would like and almost looks like a caramel! It looks extremely scary to me when I first apply it to my skin, but it actually blends out well. Almost a little too well, I think here it's almost too subtle here! This can be layered up easily and I love that it doesn't take away the coverage of my foundation either.

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Final Thoughts

Surprisingly, I absolutely love the shading shade, but I'm not feeling the Highlight shade as much! I think the Highlight shade is beautiful if you don't generally powder your skin and are looking for a very subtle glow. I almost always powder my skin because otherwise my hair sticks to my face and I really dislike that, but this liquid highlighter doesn't work particularly well over the top of a powder. But when I powder over the top of this highlight I can barely see it, so there isn't too much point wearing it for me personally. However it is one that I would recommend for Princesses that don't powder their skin and enjoy a more subtle glow. The Shading shade is absolutely gorgeous and can be used in a very subtle way or can be built up which makes it very versatile. This shade in particular is going to be best for Princesses with lighter skin and sadly it doesn't come in multiple shades which I think is very limiting, for some Princesses this would be more of a foundation shade. Overall, the shading shade is a winner for me, but the highlight is not.

You can purchase the Clio Kill Cover Pro Artist Liquid Highlighting and Shading from IBuyBueati for $10.74

Becca McAvinue