Huda Beauty Lip Contour Set - $24 (Sephora)

With the prospect of going wild in the aisles in Sephora, I knew I needed to have some sort of list of things which I desperately wanted and considering Sephora has just released these Huda Beauty Lip Contour sets, this was at the top of my list. I will be doing a post on my first ever Sephora experience, and I don't know if it was my accent or the fact that the store/product locator wasn't up to date, I managed to find these sets in the WTC Westfields after showing the sales staff a picture of this on my phone.

If you are a regular reader of the blog you will know that I only ever wear nude lipsticks and after stalking the Huda Beauty Instagram feed, I knew I wanted to try something from the product range. The contour set seemed to be the better option as the nude set contains two miniatures of their liquid lipsticks in Bombshell and Trendsetter, but also a full size lip contour pencil in Trendsetter. Considering I've watched a 1001 Instagram videos, I was quite shocked to see how runny and liquid-esq the formula was. However this was really easy to work with and gave you plenty of time to use it until it dried down on your lips.

Initially after looking at the swatches online I thought I would be more drawn to Trendsetter which is described as a brown nude shade, but instead I am obsessed with Bombshell which is more of a pink based nude. Personally as much as I love these liquid lipsticks, I was quite disappointed with the fact that these don't last well on my lips, which kinda goes against the posts which I've seen on Instagram. Normally my Anastasia Beverley Hills Liquid Lipsticks will last for hours without needing to touch up regardless whether I've had anything to eat or drink.

Wear time for me isn't that much of a big deal if I'm honest and wouldn't stop me from buying other shades in the range. However the winner for me has to be their lip contour in Trendsetter - I have never ever used a more pigmented, creamier lip liner than this. This can even be used as a lipstick on its own. I've noticed that when I use this with the liquid lipsticks the liner doesn't budge. I've noticed that if you're in the UK Cult Beauty are doing miniature sets of four liquid lipsticks - I have my eyes on the pink version. Are you a fan of Huda Beauty - what are your recommendations?