If you follow this blog regularly, you’ll know I’m something of a stranger to contouring! I’ve tried it, of course, and reviewed plenty of contour products but more for colour detailing than anything. I’ve come to accept that I’m never going to commit to the contour!
Please don’t ask me what I’ve leant on to cause those grooves in my arm – I have no idea! I’ve been trying to get rid of them all morning but they’re very stubborn! However, you can see that the Makeup Revolution Iconic Lights & Contour Palette gives plenty of choice for sculpting, with deeper shade nuances and highlighting sheens.
This is taken in the sunshine so you can see how gleamy the first and fourth shades are. This is reminding me a bit of an artist’s palette – if you can pick out light and shade and make them work on your face, then you’re set, in the same way it takes an artist’s eye to pick out light and shade in a painting. This is probably why I can never contour! I know it’s going to appeal to so many people who really have got the hang of it though – especially at £8. In swatching, I found the powders to be creamy and super easy to blend – there is plenty of pigment in the colours so you might want to go gently at first. I also think there is enough depth and variation of colour that it will suit most tones. It’s HERE.
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...
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