Being super pale, I like to add a little bronze to my skin and I love a little bit of a glow. It's easier in the Summery months to style it and wear it correctly, but in the Winter it can be harder to make it look natural...
I was sent a few pieces from Seventeen to play about with and I was so impressed with how they look on the skin, they have become some of my most reached for products recently!

Skin Wow! Tan Liquid Glow: I knew I was going to like this as I am such a huge fan of the original highlight version. It's another multi-use product which can be worn alone, underneath foundation, mixed with a foundation to add a bit of colour and glow, or applied on top as a dewy/bronze highlight, the latter being my favourite option. It's quite highly pigmented, and can be built up to give a really golden shine to the skin (I can't wait to wear this in the Summer on top of my fake tan), but when applied lightly with your fingertips or a beauty blender, this can give the perfect natural glow to even the palest of skin tones.

Cheek Stamp Blush 'Bashful': Initially I thought this was going to be a bit of a novelty product, but in fact, it's really handy and a bit of a must have for the handbag! The packaging is really cute and quirky, with the mirror on the lid of the pot, and the simple twist opening where the sponge pad which can be used to apply the blush with, sits into the product which is in the lid... when you're on the move a lot, this is really useful, although personally I choose to use a brush to apply when I'm in the house. The blush itself is a finely milled powder, which is made to be 'stamped' onto the cheek and then blended out, there's plenty of pigmentation and it blends easily for a lovely flush of colour. Available in five different shades, I received Bashful which is a pale, peachy brown.

Define & Conquer Contour Kit: It's a close call, but I think this is my favourite of the three products... it's definitely the one which impressed me the most. I'm a huge fan of contouring, and have tried endless products, and this is up there with the best of them. The powder's are silky to touch on the skin and in the pan, and they translate flawlessly when applied to the skin to give a natural, seamless finish, much like some of the high end countering products I have used.
The bronze is completely matte, and although it is quite a red toned contour, it gives a realistic yet bronzed shadow to the skin. The highlight is also quite matte, it's not going to give a shiny glow to the skin, yet it gives real uplift and contrasts against the contour perfectly. The packaging is also really sleek, with a nice big mirror inside the lid... very Nars-esque!

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