Review: Nude by Nature Contour, Highlight and Bronze *


Nude by Nature is a brand that most people would be familiar with, and while I did have a few products from them in the past, I wasn't particularly blown away. That said, they've been incredible at stepping their game up over the last couple of years, and I am thrilled to talk through a few of the products that have taken up residence on the dresser recently!



Their Touch of Glow Highlight Stick is a thing of beauty, and that beauty isn't only on the outside! This comes in a rose gold casing that is easy to twist in order to get more of the stick up. This is easy to use on the go, because all you have to do is turn it, glide it on, then blend it out. What is even more exciting is that this contains all the goodies that their skincare line has, including the Australian Kakadu Plum, Quandong and Desert Lime, adding vitamin C and antioxidants, so it isn't just a pretty stick - it does great things for your skin too! This is $24.95.

Moving onto the Contour Palette, this trio of shades comes in a rose gold case with a mirror in the lid. This is meant to contour, bronze and highlight, but I have primarily been using the highlighter in this additional undereye/dark circle hiding powder. I also love using the other shades in this set to contour and bronze, and I find it easy enough to blend out and add warm and dimension to the face. This retails for $39.95. This little baby also has the same ingredients as those stated above.


If it's pigment you want, it's pigment you've got with the Pressed Matte Mineral Bronzer. This comes in similar packaging to their Pressed Mineral Cover, and it's gorgeous! This is paraben, talc, bismuth and fragrance free, and also contains kakadu plum and native cehami extract, as well as vitamin E, jojoba oil and avocado oil. This means the healthy glow on your skin isn't just from the bronzer itself, but what's also in the bronzer, hopefully! This is so pigmented that I've been using a stippling brush with it, so that I can just gently brush it on, rather than smear it on! This is only $39.95.

If you're a fan of contouring and highlighting, but you'd rather work with liquids than pressed powder, then the Contour Fluid Trio could be what you're looking for. Each product comes in a tube containing 3.5ml, and you honestly don't need much to make it work. Just dab on, blend and powder over it to set things in place. This retails for $39.95, and it also contains all the same goodies as stated above.


It's hard not to love this collection by Nude by Nature! The packaging is divine, and products are easy to work with (just don't be heavy handed with the bronzer!), and it's Aussie and has Aussie ingredients! I'm seriously curious about the eyeshadows now, and I really want to try the eyeshadow kit!

What have you tried from Nude by Nature? Have you tried any of the new makeup range?

* These products were provided for editorial consideration, but my opinions remain my own

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