Price: $11.99 * Buy At: Ulta * Size: 6 x 1.5 g / 0.05 oz
The Nyx Conceal Correct Contour Palette in Light contains six cream face colors: a neutral ivory, a yellow ivory, a pale yellow, a pink ivory, a warm brown and a light pink.
The Conceal Correct Contour Palette comes in an ivory compact with a clear lid, straying from their classic black packaging. All of the colors in the palette have a very similar formula, which is great to see. None of the shades were a dud to me. The product feels creamy, but slightly sticky. It's not thick at all, so it is difficult to apply too much. Because of the thinner formula, I don't find the product to crease throughout the day. All of the shades, except for the brown, have a light to medium coverage that is buildable. The brown shade is quite full coverage and opaque. Since the lighter shades aren't full coverage, I don't find this palette to work great for someone that is looking to cover blemishes. I like to use this palette for cream highlighting and contouring, which I prefer over using powder. The brown shade is actually really easy to blend out when applied wherever you would contour. Typically, I contour under my cheekbones and on the sides of my nose, and I highlight under my eyes and down the center of my nose. The three lightest shades in this palette work well on my skin as a highlight, but I don't find much use for the yellow shade, since I have a cool and rather pink skin tone. I wouldn't say that this is a staple product for every makeup collection, but if you are into cream highlighting and contouring, I would definitely pick this one up, especially with the affordable price.