Stila Field of Florals Convertible Color Dual Lip and Cheek Palette

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Field of flowers.  Stila couldn’t have picked a better name and a better product.  The new, limited-edition release of the Stila Field of Florals palette features twelves blush shades that were inspired by a flower.  Field of Florals is a compilation of Stila’s dual lip and cheek creams which means that Stila curated one of their most popular items in a lovely array of colors.

As with the previous Stila releases, Stila Field of Florals features bleandable, lightweight creams which translate to a petal-soft texture and dewy finish.  All palette shades are long lasting and can be easily applied using a small lip brush and/or stippling brush (my favorite is the affordable Elf stippling brush).  Although the individual pots holding the product are on the smaller side, the product is easy to pick up and a little goes a long way (for a cream finish, the longevity is definitely there!).

The best part of the Stila Field of Florals is the range  and variety of included colors - from peony, tulips, gerbera, and magnolias, each radiant shade is reminiscent of a flower and accordingly, all colors are unique, natural, and flattering. Because this palette is a dual blush and lip palette, a whole makeup look can easily be coordinated (without having to worry about contrasting lipstick and blush shades, which is definitely ‘a thing’).  As a note, while the product is creamy and easy to apply, I recommend wearing  lip balm prior to applying on the lips to help with moisturizing.  Lastly, the minimalist, sleek packaging is perfectly suited for travel and makes Field of Florals a favorite for seamless touch-ups.

I’ve been wearing this Stila palette every day since purchasing from Sephora, and I love discovering all the shade nuances.  Blush and lipstick are the fun parts of a makeup routine and Field of Florals definitely makes getting ready fun!

Stay Pretty, Mackenzie M.

  • http://nueyork.blogspot.com nueyork

    This is such a beautiful palette!

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  • http://yetanothermakeupblog.blogspot.co.uk/ Yige Z

    All of these shades are so pretty, and I love how they were inspired by individual flowers!

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