Stilas Convertible Colour Trio contains 3 versatile shades for cheeks and lips- two of their classic colours (peony and lillium) and a new limited edition shade (cherry blossom). This is the cool edition, there's also a warm version but I felt the cool version would be more suitable for my skin tone. The compact is thin and light with a handy mirror for on-the-go touch ups. I tend to use my Real Techniques stippling brush to apply the blush to my cheeks but you can use your fingers to blend it out too. Peony is my favourite for both cheeks and lips, adding a bright pop of pink that really brightens the face. The other two shades are beautifully natural and are especially nice worn as contour or as a blush when wearing tan. Cherry blossom in particular gives the cheeks a nice sun kissed glow.
Peony, Lillium, Cherry Blossom
Peony on the cheeks
Lillium on the cheeks
Cherry Blossom on the cheeks
Peony, Lillium & Cherry Blossom swatched.
Stila Convertible colours also come as individual compacts (except for the limited edition shade in the trios), if you're new to cream blush, these are well worth trying. Highly pigmented, creamy in texture and easy to apply, these are great quality. The trio will set you back £23, while an individual convertible colour is £16, so this is very good value as you get three different blushers in the palette.
Have you tried any of Stilas Convertible Colours? If so, what did you think?