Review and Swatches: Clinique Sculpting Highlight and Contour Chubby Sticks

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Clinique Sculpting Highlight and Contour Chubby Sticks, SRP $21.00 (available here)

 2014 was all about getting your #contouringgameonpoint, and I believe 2015 will be no different. Just about every single beauty brand released every kind of contouring product imaginable, and this was no surprise. Clinique joins in on the contouring party with two all new Sculpting Highlight and Contour Chubby Sticks. Read on after the jump to find individual swatches and my weigh-in on these contouring wonders! Pardon the sucky quality of the photos-- I swatched and took photos of these in a rush but I hope you can still see it clearly!:)

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Clinique Sculpting Contour Chubby Stick (swatch under white light)

What their official website says: "Creamy contouring stick creates the illusion of depth, makes areas appear to recede. Long wearing, oil-free" 

Verdict: This seems intimidating at first, especially to really fair people. It goes on pretty dark on first swatch, but upon blending with a good brush goes on and evens out pretty smoothly. The creamy stick glides on very easily, but I don't think longevity is as good compared to powder contouring products. I enjoy working with this stick and I find that it compliments my yellow-toned Asian skin, though again, it could work for any skin tone. I do wish though that Clinique would come up with a wider color variety for other skin tones. This is the only color tone available. 

Clinique Sculpting Highlight Chubby Stick (swatch under white light)

What their website says: "Luminous cream highlighting stick with light-reflecting optics bring your best face forward. Long-wearing, oil-free."

Verdict: I really liked working with this highlighting stick, and it's probably one of the easiest highlighters to use in my opinion. It doesn't go on so heavy so you'd have no problem blending it in for a really natural-looking glow. It gives just the right amount of shimmer so you don't look like you went overboard, haha!

On the whole, I would recommend these Sculpting Chubby Sticks for those looking for an on-the-go contouring product, or those just starting their foray into contouring. Have you tried these yourself? Let me know your thoughts below!

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