I am obsessed with contouring and highlighting but I have never used an actual sculpting palette from the drugstore and quite honestly I haven’t seen many besides this gorgeous palette from Rimmel. The Rimmel Kate Sculpting Palette is designed By Kate Moss is a trio of pressed powder shades that highlight, contour and define.
Rimmel Kate Sculpting Palette Features
- Three powder shades – a highlighter, shading powder and blush
- Designed to seamlessly blend with your natural skin tone
- Create a healthy, radiant, sculpted look
Available In 3 Shades
- 001 Golden Sands – for fair skin
- 002 Coral Glow – for fair to medium skin
- 003 Golden Bronze – for medium to dark skin
How to get the Kate Contour look
Step 1. Apply the Highlighter to your T-zone, above your upper lip, your chin, your under-eye area and right above your cheekbones.
Step 2. Apply the Contour to the side of your nose, right under your cheekbones and around your hairline.
Step 3. Apply the Blush to your cheeks, moving upward from the apples to your temples.
The packaging is pretty nice for a drugstore product. The rose gold edges adds a nice touch. The sizes of the shades is also really good. Since they are larger it’s easy to use a fan brush to apply this product. I can’t stand contouring palettes that are so small you would be lucky to fit a brush into it. The formula is super soft which makes it easy to apply and blend. The highlight shade is gorgeous, it’s a soft champagne shade with subtle shimmer. The blush is a light matte coral that looks really pretty especially if you want a healthy looking skin tone. The blush shade is buildable which I always prefer with my blushes. The contour shade is fairly light and unfortunately doesn’t show up to well on my skin tone but I have been layering it and I really like the final result. It adds a good amount of warmth to face. I have also used the contour shade on my lids for a wash of color.
$8.98 CAD / 18.5g
Walmart, Shoppers Drug Mart, London Drugs, Jean Coutu
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