Suesh Contour Powders PC04 and PC02 Review

Have you seen these affordable contour powders?

Suesh PC04

PC04 is a lighter matte brown shade. As swatched it may seem more on the orangey side, but it's actually an amazing contour shade whenever my foundation is too light. Forehead and temples are usually where I apply this.

Suesh PC02

PC02 is a matte darker brown shade and is great for adding shadows in your eyes/nose area or anywhere that you want strong depth.

The names are at the back of the pans. Size of pans are normal single pan eye shadows.

I'm relatively new to contouring. I started playing with my That’s Heart Palette contour/highlight pans and loved the outcome that it gave me. Not so much a fan when it comes to highlighters, but the contour pan was just amazing. Sad to say my skin broke out in the jaw areas... and of course I already knew my That's Heart palette was the culprit.

My skin tone is more on the light/medium olive side, so I opted to get both. They're only PHP 105 a pan at Suesh Makeup Toolkit counters, and I really thought this was a steal. I bought mine at Alabang Town Center (Southie here) and I even brought my That’s Heart palette to find the same shade.

I tried to use each shade for the whole face but it looked wayyy too orange or wayyy too dark. After mixing things up, PC04 looked great for the sides of my face, meanwhile PC02 looked great for the center.

These Suesh contour powders are matte, smooth, and very pigmented  powders. Very little fall out. Easy to blend. And most importantly, didn't break my skin out. Definitely recommend!