*L'OREAL Infallible Sculpt Contouring Palette01 Light/Medium and 03 Medium/DarkMy fourth new contour kit, would you believe it and a third cream one. And yet, I like this one the most, the 01 version to be exact and that's because the shade is the best out of all contour kits for light skin. It's the most taupe-grey one in the bunch, so the best at faking a shadow on porcelain skin. Both shades in the kits have no shimmer, so the "highlight" shade in my opinion doesn't do much, at least on porcelain skin, which to be fair, doesn't even need help making parts lighter, so it would be better if it had a shimmery shade. The 02 shade is much warmer, but not that much darker. Texture is creamy and lighter than Beauty UK's or Catrice's, also less pigmented, but that's because of the format of packaging.10.99 ?
*L'OREAL Blush Sculpt Trio Contouring Blush102 Nude Beige and 201 Soft RosyThis is designed to work as a contouring blush, meaning you play with different intensities to get I guess the plumpest looking cheeks. It's not a bad idea, but in reality it doesn't really work. It might if the centre panel were wider because now I can't grab just that colour with anything other than an eyeshadow brush. You can use this as a blush colour and highlighter separately if you wish or just mix everything. The highlighter has some chunky glitters which is never a good look, but both blushes are very pigmented.102 Nude Beige - I'm having a real hard time believing this is meant to be a blush. Maybe for medium-dark skin tones" But still it's too eyeshadow bronze-y, at least for my porcelain complexion. It's very, very pigmented and dark, so I had a hard time applying it in moderation (I failed to be honest) and it not the best look on me. It's a dark peachy shade with shimmer that turns brassy. I'd use it an eyeshadow.201 Soft Rosy - The more wearable one of the two, but very Barbie bubble gum pink.11.99 ?
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