Stila All You Need Is Love Cheek Palette Review & Swatches
If you’re looking for a bright, vibrant blush for Spring you might consider the Stila All You Need Is Love Cheek Palette that recently launched for Valentine’s Day.
This sweet little palette is the perfect way to bring a pink glow to your cheeks!
You might recall my episode with the Stila Positively Pink Cheek Palette, I didn’t really like it! Thankfully Stila improved upon their faults with the All You Need Is Love Cheek Palette.
For me Positively Pink was too frosty however All You Need Is Love has similiar shades (a little brighter) sans the frost. These have a satiny finish with a denser texture and electrifying pigmentation.
The raised design is sectioned into four square quarters which each featuring a letter spelling out “Love” (the O is replaced with a heart). Each of these letters has a sparkling gold over spray which quickly wipes away with the first use. The letters are raised enough that they won’t fade right away with several uses but gradually over time.
Without over spray
The colors featured are a pink rose, true pink, rose, and a fuchsia rose pink. Combined they create a rousing shade of fuchsia pink on my cheeks. Depending on your own undertones and how heavy your hand is the color finish will vary from person to person. I didn’t experience any of the frost I got from Positively Pink only a pretty glow on my cheeks. The lighter shades work to diffuse the brighter fuchsia.
Blending was a little difficult for me…I think the dominate shade is the fuchsia and it wants to overtake the other three shades if you’re not careful. If you have pink or ruddy cheeks already I wouldn’t suggest the palette.
Overall, this packs the pigment and creates a really pretty pink glow on cheeks! Dark or tanned skin can easily get on board here as well but fairer skin beware as this is a bright, bright shade.
I liked it a lot!
Cute palette and happy to have hauled it.
It’s available now for $14 and Free Shipping at Nordstrom.com
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by the Muse for review purposes.
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