I’ve got to confess now to labelling anything else as ‘easy sculpting’ as it’s clear now that I’ve shot off far too soon on that accolade now that I’ve discovered the Illamasqua Gel Sculpt. I know it looks black, but it’s actually a deep brown shade and because it’s in a gel format creates more of a ‘shadow’ that looks like it’s always been there on the skin. I literally gasped when I tried it just below my cheekbones – and two chiseled cheeks appeared!
Illamasqua Gel Sculpt is arriving alongside two Gel Colour Blushes at the tail end of March. It’s easy to tell that there’s a make-up artist at the back end of Illamasqua Gel Sculpt (Alex Box) and I genuinely think this is Illamasqua’s finest ever product.
Excuse my shopping bag grooves! The first shade is the Gel Colour in Fluster, then Charm and finally, the brown shade is Silhouette, the Illamasqua Gel Sculpt. Because it’s literally a wash of shadow it does things without shimmer or bronzing tones that no other contour product has done so far. Get it as soon as you see it if contour has ever baffled you, even a little!
Illamasqua Gel Sculpt is £22, as are the Gel Colours.
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