Review: Bourjois Le Duo Blushes and Le Petit Strober

Left to right:Carameli Melo, Romel et Peachette, Inseparoses
Bottom: Le Petit Strober

Yup, Bourjois has reinvented an icon, and people, they are seriously adorable! If you haven't had the chance to try the Little Round Pots before, then this is your chance to test out their brand new and beautiful duo blushes!



Left to right:Carameli Melo, Romel et Peachette, Inseparoses
Bottom: Le Petit Strober

They come in three flavours:
  1. Inseparoses
  2. Romeo et Peachette
  3. Carameli Melo
The purpose of these little duo pots is to sculpt with the darker shades, and provide a rosy glow with the other. While you might argue that to properly contour and sculpt, the bronzer needs to be matte, and these clearly aren't. 

Left to right:Carameli Melo, Romel et Peachette, Inseparoses

That said, it's not overly shimmery, but it is definitely not matte. Instead, it provides enough of a contrast and lift, adding a bit of warmth, without looking overdone. I feel like these little babes would be good for travel, or for daily wear, so that you can achieve a bit of contrast without the uber hollow cheekbones that go along with a deep contour. Of course, if you're like me, you'd just swipe your brush across the two, and get that delicious mix onto your skin anyway! I love that they have revamped this little icon, and the real question now is - are they going to release more shades?

Left to right:Carameli Melo, Romel et Peachette, Inseparoses
Bottom: Le Petit Strober

What I have been absolutely adoring, though, is the Le Petit Strober. This gives you a serious golden glow when it's swept across the cheekbones, and my personal favourite with this one, the Cupid's Bow of the lips. This also, like the duo pots and blushes, has the signature scent attached to it. This highlighter is a beautiful addition to my collection, and I feel like it's something you need to experience to truly appreciate how gorgeous it is. It's also not prohibitively expensive!

Left to right:Carameli Melo, Romel et Peachette, Inseparoses

These all retail for $20 each, and can be found as new releases at the Bourjois stand in Priceline. I love the little rosy scent from these gorgeous pots, and that little Strober is currently living in my handbag - of all the ones you need to try, I'd definitely recommend that one first!

What do you think of these new cuties? Which one would you go for first?

*These products were provided for editorial consideration

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