The most instagrammable makeup award goes to Nude by Nature. With its sleek rose gold packaging it’s certainly one you don’t want to be keeping in your Alexa drawers out of sight. They hit the UK about 6 months ago on Debenhams Beauty, and now have joined the ranks at ASOS.
I was hoping to do a bit of a concealer round up as I’ve been trying out loads but to be honest they’ve all been disappointing to say the least! That is except the Nude by Nature Perfecting Concealer (£20*) which although a little darker than what I’d choose for my under eyes (shade Natural Beige ) it actually works really well and helps conceal my dark circles to some degree (I have never reached utopia full coverage will prob be 60 when I finally do!!) and it’s certainly the best one I’ve used in the last year or so. It does need setting to avoid creasing but no more than any other liquid concealer that doesn’t come with a doe foot applicator. I’ve been using my Models Own Mini Sponges to blend out the concealer and apply and they’ve been doing the job perfectly. The bottom photo shows it in action and I had been wearing it for about 6 hours so pretty good going!!
Nude By Nature Touch of Glow Highlighter Stick in Champagne (£18*) this is magic in a stick. The glow it gives is unreal, if you’re the type of girl that likes to blind with your highlight then just sweep this on your cheeks and go! I like to blend mine out ever so slightly so I have a more subtle glows. It does blend easily though and a quick buff with my RT buffing brush and it’s done. You can see in the swatch how much Glow is possible though!
To go alongside the glow I’ve been using the Nude by Nature Natural Glow Loose Bronzer in Bondi (£18*) as you can see this loose bronzer comes with a mesh cover so when you press the Nude by Nature Kabuki Brush (£25*) onto it , it picks up just enough product for my cheeks and I super soft. It’s quite a buildable colour but not one for pale skins. My hand swatch shows the colour you get after three swipes back and forth of the brush. It’s a lovely mid bronze shade with some shimmer in too, so is best used on the lower part of the cheekbones and up the side of the face to contour, it’s not one to use in the cheek hollows thanks to its glowy payoff.
So what started as a concealer comparison post ended up being me discovering a new brand and some real gems the highlighter stick is a current go and the bronzer will come out in summer- I can’t wait! Have you tried anything from the brand before?
*indictaes item provided for review, as always my opinions and words are my own.