Clinique Chubby Stick for cheeks is the latest addition to the chubby stick range and I have been keen to try these out. My makeup regime is pretty simple and quick and any makeup and skincare like that…it’s perfect for me. Honestly, I am not a big fan of blushers…simply because I am just not good at applying them with a brush. I know it is just practice but i seem to always apply too much or too low. I read a few reviews before trying them myself and learn exactly where to apply. When I first used blushers, I was so silly to apply below the cheek bone but I got away with it…I think. The one I have is the Clinique Chubby Stick Roly Poly Rosy colour which is a soft nudish mauve pink colour. Just like a crayon, you apply along the cheek bone and smudge in with your fingers which allows you to smoothen out and blend. I must admit, when applying the Chubby stick, the colour came on strong and feared I will look like a rag doll…but once blended in you can see how natural it looks and fades very gently.
If you have been following and or reading my blog, I have also reviewed a fair few Clinique products and have become my go to brand for beauty and skincare. What’s great about Clinique chubby stick for lips is that once applied, the colour brings out your lip’s natural tone which off course is a different colour tone for everybody..well that’s what it says on the packaging, but is this really the case? The answer is yes, you can see the roly poly rosy adjust it’s colour to a deep pink shade with a glossy finishing touch. It is moisturising so I can apply this over and over again when my lips are dry without appearing cracked!
I am very happy with my final look, subtle and girly- very easy to apply without a brush in sight. If you want to see how Clinique Chubby Stick Budding Blossom looks, my review is here. To create this look I am wearing: Shu Uemura Lightbulb sheer powder foundation | Benefit Push Up Liner | Lancome Hynose Mascara | Clinique Chubby Stick Cheek Roly Poly Rosy | Clinique Chubby Stick Lip balm Coming Up Rosy and Photography by Rockin That Gem