I think that the House of Glamdolls GlamBase Wheel is the first of a lot of makeup excitement coming from David Horne (ex Illamasqua). The wheel is for scultping, so if you can actually do that (I can’t!) or want a proper kit to experiment with, then this is the best I’ve seen.
Inside the wheel are five skin tone shades (I hear there is a darker one coming) in a cream concealer type texture – I find it a little bit dry but that’s probably what’s needed in makeup artist terms for last – and an illuminator in the centre. I can’t explain how to use it any better than David, so excuse the cut and paste from the site:
Apply Illuminate as an eyeshadow base or brow highlight.
Apply Sculpt 1 as a cheek contour [beneath the zygomatic bone] to create a hollow on a light skin
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Apply Sculpt 2 as a cheek contour [beneath the zygomatic bone] to create a hollow on a medium
olive/Asian skin tone.
Apply Perfect 1 or Perfect 2 for blemish concealment or apply Glow under Perfect 1 or Perfect 2 [or mix together] to create a radiant and fresh under eye perfecting brightener.
The zygomatic bone, hey? I didn’t even know it had a name!
I think if you love to experiment with base tones, then the House of Glamdolls GlamBase Wheel is as much as you’d ever need to get busy. It’s £25 HERE.
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