Topshop Cheek Jelly

Topshop’s make-up range seems to be going from strength to strength, with more and more products coming out. They’re latest release are these fabulous Cheek Jellies! Now I must admit I haven’t ever really tried or possibly ever seen a Cheeky Jelly, but here at The Kats Paws, I like to give anything a whirl for you readers.

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The Cheek Jelly comes in five shades and here are three of my favourites –

Beep – This is possibly the brightest red in the collection and really does give you rosy red cheeks, the colour reminds me a little of a bright red Mini car, which may be why they called it Beep!

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Museum – This is a purple/brown colour, more brown than purple – which may sound a little scary for the cheeks, but used to give a bit of colour to the cheeks, or on darker skins, this is perfect.

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Phenomenon – Orangey/red in colour, this Jelly is a perfect shade for all skin tones and all occasions – perfect for day, or build it up more for an evening look.

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The cheek gels deliver sheer, buildable, easy-to-use colour to create a natural, healthy flush. You can blend out the texture for a wash of colour, or smooth over the skin for a glossy finish to add depth and dimension to the skin.

To use, you simply apply directly to the cheeks or lips (I love love love multi-use products!) with a brush or your fingertips for a diffused, rosy glow or slick along your cheekbones and down the bridge of your nose for added dimension.

The Cheeky Jelly costs £7 each and is available online at www.topshop.com and in stores.

What do you think to the Cheek Jellies?

Love,

Kathryn xx

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