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Meet the magnetized longwear makeup sticks that come together in two light-as-air finishes and a shade lineup to satisfy your every need: MATTE Skinsticks conceal, correct, and contour. SHIMMER Skinsticks highlight, blush, and enhance—so you can mix and match, magnetize and multiply.
With Match Stix MATTE Skinsticks, conceal, correct, and contour in 20 shades obsessively fine-tuned and tested to look good on the full spectrum of skin tones.
Made to layer, the buildable cream-to-powder formula is weightless and super easy to blend, but also stays put. No creasing and caking when you apply it—so even the delicate undereye area is fair game.
And with a magnetic physical attraction, Match Stix MATTE Skinsticks click to each other, to their SHIMMER Skinstick alter egos, and to their ultimate blending partner, the Portable Contour & Concealer Brush 150. So mix, match, click ’em together and you’re set.
Rihanna loves to conceal with Honey and contour with Caramel.
- Espresso - very deep with cool red undertones
- Truffle - very deep with neutral undertones
- Mocha - deep with cool undertones
- Amber - contour shade with cool undertones
- Suede - tan to deep with warm undertones
- Cocoa - tan to deep with cool red undertones
- Latte - tan with warm undertones
- Walnut - tan with neutral undertones
- Caramel - tan with cool peach undertones
- Maple - medium to tan with neutral undertones
- Almond - medium to tan with cool peach undertones
Why We're Feelin' It
(wearing Suede + Espresso)
The Matte Skinsticks are perfect for on the go touch-ups and easy contour/concealer. The formula makes it easy enough to blend out with your fingers or beauty sponge, however, since it is a cream to powder product, some might find it too drying. I love to layer Suede(used in the photo above) atop of some of my creamier concealers. I have also had success using Truffle as a foundation for my light makeup days. The formula is great for combo/oily skin. I wish they came out with a few more deeper shades, though. It seems like a large jump from Cocoa to Espresso and there isn't anything darker than Espresso to contour with.