House of Glamdolls
House of Glamdolls

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.

House of Glamdolls GlamBase Wheel
House of Glamdolls GlamBase Wheel

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
tone.

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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