Profusion Contour Makeup Case Review and Swatches

I really didn’t know if there was any point in my featuring the Profusion Contour Makeup Case here on my blog. I shared my Profusion Makeup Haul here on my blog in February with the products I’d purchased in January and really annoyingly it appears Profusion have discontinued their whole product range and launched new versions which is so frustrating as a blogger when you purchase products with a view to share your opinions on your blog. 

You can no longer purchase the Profusion Contour Makeup Case but they’ve since released two different contour palettes so I figured I’d still include the case I own within a post, albeit a very brief one as it’s not as if you can even buy it anymore.

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The Profusion Contour Makeup Case is packaged within a matte black metal tin (similar to the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette packaging) and has a decent sized mirror within the lid. Inside the palette there’s a miniature sized angled synthetic makeup brush, one powder highlighter shades, three contour powder shades and two contour creams.

The palette was £7.95 when I purchased it, but Profusion have now launched two different versions of their contour palette; Contour I and Contour II which are suitable for different skintones and are now £8 each. The powders in this palette have such a lovely formula and the quality really reminds me of the Smashbox Contour Palette.

Looking at the two new palettes, they’ve introduced more highlighters and different shades as this Profusion Contour Makeup Case isn’t the most inclusive shade wise as the highlighter is too deep for me, so much so it’s a banana powder on me.

The Light Contour and Medium Contour Powders do work for me with the lightest of hands but the creams, and Deep Contour just don’t work for me so it totally makes sense why they’ve created two different versions to cater for more skintones. I hope the formula of the two new palettes is comparable to this one, so keep an eye out for reviews of the new palettes before purchase to make sure it’s the same quality as this one.

Have you ever tried anything from Profusion before?

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