Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Illamasqua Sculpting Palette

One of the nicest powder sculpting palette we have seen in a while.
 The colour options cater for a pale skin through to a deeper skin tone. We love the taupe and the dove grey powder for creating a 'real looking' contour.
 Four shades of versatile contour tones and two shades for highlighting all in a slim, magnetic shut lid with a large mirror.

 Finally a powder contour palette which isn't full of deep tan shades, the 3rd and 4th colours may not look appealing in the palette put for a fairer skin these work really well to create a shadow on the skin.



The champagne highlighter on the end has a high shimmer and reflects a soft apricot glow. The matte highlighter in cirrus would create a much stronger, harsh contour but can be buffed into the skin to soften and blend. Using a mix of all four of the contour shades you will be able to achieve a natural contour with a matte finish. If you feel the grey tone is too cool then layer over a little of the taupe to warm it up.
 The texture of the powder is beautiful, really silky with a good pigment payoff. Transfers onto the skin in a soft wash and builds up easily.
 The shades work nicely through the socket of the eye as a contour or to aid eye shadow blending.

The palette is £44.00 and available now from www.illamasqua.com





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17 comments

  1. could you maybe do a youtube video showing how to incorporate the grey shade properly it would help people i think

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    1. Yes, please. I second that request!

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    2. Yes please a vid would be great. Would this pallete work for Indian skin tones. Like olive honeyish? I am a honey shade in oxygenetics foundation

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  2. This looks great! Must buy it for my freelance kit x

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  3. This looks beautiful I need to try it!
    I've been using the Charlotte Tilbury flimstar bronze and glow but I've been looking for a grey shade as I'm quite fair and I think it will create such a natural shadow on my face!
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  4. Looks amazing, wanna watch your video :)
    www.lifeofyasmina.com

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  5. Looks stunning n I bet with hussy blush will be amazing.
    Illamasqua hussy and a touch of nars orgasm is stunning so I think I need this contour kit to finish the look ad I'm so pale

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  6. This looks incredible! Cannot wait to get my hands on this for my kit.

    Zoe Newlove Beauty Blogger & MUA

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  7. I did see someone rave about this and where they'd used the grey, she looked really grey, so I'd be interested to see another take on it...

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  8. When i first saw this i honestly thought it was an eyeshadow palette

    www.beautyandtheboy.com

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  9. This palette looks so gorgeous, I'm still in two minds over whether to buy it! I bet they'd double up as beautiful eyeshadow shades as well, especially going into winter.

    A.W.
    xo

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  10. This pallete looks so good,could you do a tutorial with this product please.

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  11. I feel this palette wouldn't be suitable for fair girls with yellow undertone, just for the ones with pink undertone. But the first highlighter shade is lovely, it looks like Mary Lou Luminizer.

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  12. This review has really made me want to purchase this palette. I cannot wait to buy it now.

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  13. I have very pale skin so this looks perfect to me!

    Lauren xx

    www.laurenapowers.blogspot.com

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  14. It looks so good!! I need to try it!!
    Love,
    Kisses and hugs from www.trangscorner.com {a lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and food blog}

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  15. I'm definatly going to be buying this.

    www.ambermcniff.co.uk

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