The invention of contour has reallllllyy enriched our lives. Don’t cha think? Admit it! Whether it’s because you silently giggle at the girl that looks like Halloween or you admire the woman who has a flawless, perfect glow, and you wonder how you can achieve the look…
While I’m still a rookie in the contour game, as I don’t truly feel like I need it or that it’s necessary, I like to dabble in it some. Rimmell London’s Kate Moss Collection has pretty much been FIRE to me (see my previous post regarding her nude lipstick collection) and she did not disappoint with this sculpting palette–so pretty!
Obviously, Golden Sands would not work for darker skin tones such as mine unless you love clowns. However, the color combination is great and I think it could work well for someone of fair to medium complexion. My photo doesn’t do it justice really! It is really not that chalky in person, it just doesn’t work well with my chocolate!
Now, Golden Bronze I was impressed with. I had a difficult time getting it to show up in a picture, and had to put it on my arm like 3 times! That’s a win in my book, because your contour game shouldn’t stick out like a sore thumb. When I’ve used this for contouring, the colors provided just enough shimmer! The sculpter could be a little darker in my opinion, but I was still pleased in my overall look when using this product.
Introducing Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Kit–Rimmel’s first sculpting and highlighting kit by Kate Moss. Long-lasting colour seamlessly blends with natural skin tone for a radiant healthy glow.
Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Kit:
- Rimmel’s first sculpting and highlighting kit by Kate Moss
- Long-lasting colour seamlessly blends with natural skin tone for a radiant healthy glow
- Contouring now complete with a touch of blush
So what do you think folks? Have you tried the Kate Sculpting Palette? Will you give it a go? I think it’s worth it for sure!