Sunday, July 17, 2016

Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Palette Review- 002 Coral Glow


Basics
Name: Sculpting and Highlighting Kit by Kate Moss
Shade: 3 shades. I have 002 Coral Glow
Price: $10.99
Amount of Product: 18.5g
Availability: Exclusively at Walmart


The drugstore has recently been jumping on the contour trend and releasing palettes that combine highlight, blush, and bronzers all together. Today, I have the Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Palette to share!


Packaging: The front outside casing is in a pretty rose gold color that lets you peek into the shades. It has the classic "Kate" signature to note it's a Kate Moss collaboration. Once you flip the top open, you'll find the three shades in a diagonal shape to maximize size of pan. There is an impressive 18.5g of product in here!! It would probably take you a year of daily use to finish this.

Colors: Each of the palettes includes a highlighter, bronzer, and blush. In Coral Glow, the highlighter is a beige cream that gives a beautiful glow without any glitter. The bronzer is a light-medium shade and it's not 100% matte. The blush is a classic coral color with lots of pink and a hint of orange, it is a satin finish. All of the colors have medium pigmentation and gives a natural look.


Formula: Each of the powders are quite smooth and very easily blendable. I'm not sure if it's just mine, but I have trouble with hardpan on the highlighter and the bronzer. If you are a beginner, this would be a fantastic product to satisfy all your cheek needs. The medium pigmentation makes the contouring/highlighting look natural and the blush adds just the right amount of color.

Swatches from L to R: highlighter, bronzer, blush

I've been wearing this daily and I love that I'm able to finish my cheek look in 30 seconds and with only one product. It's very similar in concept and color to the Paul & Joe palette I reviewed earlier this month. If you want to save a couple of bucks and don't care for the limited edition packaging, I'd say this one is a better buy! 

I really like the shades and think it would be flattering for a wide range of skintones!

 Before and After

Ratings

Packaging                             8/10
Color & Pigmentation           10/10
Texture & Longevity               9/10
Value                                    10/10
Overall 37/40 A


What do you think about these multitasking tools? Or do you use three separate products for your cheeks?

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