Now if you are a regular over here you know I love a good bit of contouring. Today I thought I'd review one of my latest contour related purchases. This was a purchase I made after Kate from sugarfixx beauty kept mentioning it. The kit contains three powders all housed in a cardboard casing.
In the kit there is a matte highlight, a very warm toned overall bronze shade and a fairly grey toned contour powder. Out of the three the contour shade is my favourite. I find that for me the middle over all bronze shade is just far to warm for my pale complexion and it can end up making me look tangoed. The highlighter is ok however I prefer quit and intense highlight so the fact that it's matte doesn't really work for me.
The contour shade is really lovely however you do have to be careful you don't go overboard as it does have a little more warmness to it than some other contour powders. The texture of the powders is lovely. They are nice and finely milled and they blend into the skin well meaning it's quite difficult to leave harsh lines. The only thing I would say that is a little odd about this product is the scent. It kind of smells like talcum powder and it reminds me a lot of the way grandma's smell.
Overall if you want a nice contour palette on a budget I'd highly recommend this. However if you're a beginner I'd suggest trying something like the Sleek contour kit first as it's a little less pigmented therefore easier to work with.