Rimmel london has introduced another new product designed in collaboration with Kate Moss. It’s the Kate Sculpting Palette that comes with a trio of pressed powder shades to highlight, contour and define for a radiant, healthy glow!
Rimmel Kate Sculpting & Highlighting Kit Features :
- Soft shimmer powder to highlight (cheek bone, brow bone, centre of the chin and bridge of the nose)
- Matte Shading powder to contour (nose, jaw line and forehead)
- Powder blush for color and definition.
There are three palettes for different skin tones : #001 Golden Sands – for fair skin, #002 Coral Glow – for fair to medium skin, #003 Golden Bronze – for medium to dark skin
I have the Coral Glow palette that has been designed for light to medium skintones and I found it to be a pretty good choice for my complexion. First off, let’s talk about the packaging. Athough there’s nothing fancy about the plastic compact, the rose gold edges is a nice touch that definitely makes the kit look prettier! Moving on to the formula, the powders have a soft, smooth texture that’s easy to apply and blend. The highlight shade is a soft champagne with subtle shimmer…pretty! The blush is a matte coral pink which is nicely pigmented and lasts fairly well too.
As for the contour shade, it’s not super pigmented but great for a natural, everyday contoured look….it adds a soft warmth to my complexion and although matte, the silky formula doesn’t look dull or flat on the skin! I don’t reach for the contour shade very often, as I am not too much into contouring, but I do like what this palette has to offer.
Overall, Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Palette gets my seal of approval. For just $6.99, it’s a really nice little easy-to-use kit that gives you 3 shades to highlight, contour and blush and add a touch of healthy radiance to your skin! The compact kit can easily be tucked in your purse for quick touch-ups and it’s also great for travelling! Available at Walgreens, Target and other drugstores nationwide.
What do you think of the Rimmel London Kate Sculpting Palette? Will you be trying it out?