Stila Convertible Colour Trio Warm Review

Like I mentioned before in my August “Currently Loving” post, I’m obsessed with my new Stila Convertible Colour Trio in Warm, and have been using it every day since it was gifted to me for my birthday by my friend Alina. I’m going to ignore they claim you can also use it on your lips because it sucks that way, and I love it so much as a blush.

It contains two regular shades, Gerbera, which is a very pretty, light melon pink and Camellia, a pinky brown nude. The third shade, Honeysuckle, is a limited edition, and is a sheer peachy pink.

Stila Convertible Color Trio Warm Review and Swatches. Gerbera swatch. Honeysuckle swatch. Camellia swatch. L-R Gerbera, Camellia, Honeysuckle

Gerbera is one of the most popular Stila Convertible Colours and I can definitely see why. It is very pigmented and has a thicker texture than the other two shades, and gives your cheeks such a pretty pink glowy flush. I find it a little easy to go overboard with this shade, but it does blend out easily. Honeysuckle is just as pretty but definitely sheerer, which makes it easier to apply, but I find it has less staying power than Gerbera. It also has some gold shimmer.

Stila Convertible Color Trio Warm Review and Swatches. Gerbera swatch. Honeysuckle swatch. Camellia swatch.L-R Gerbera, Camellia, Honeysuckle

Camellia looks terrifying in the pan, but is surprisingly pretty on, since it applies sheer and more pink toned than it looks. I think it would look better on someone with even just a slightly darker skin tone than me though (I am super pale), and I definitely reach for Gerbera and Honeysuckle over it most of the time. I also really like it mixed a little with Gerbera or Honeysuckle.

All three shades are very creamy, apply smoothly, and can be built up easily. I’ve been applying and blending them with either my fingers or my Real Techniques Buffing Brush, and both methods work well. They have a dewy sheen to them, which I love for a natural summery look. I find the wear time on them is not as long as other reviews generally report, only around 2-3 hours, but (again) I do have very oily skin.

The only problem is, now I want the cool version too…

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