Maybelline Master Sculpt Contour palette







Contour has been a huge thing in make up industry for quite a while now. And I am not gonna lie, I can not imagine my make up routine without a little bit of contour. I don't do full face countouring and I will tell you why: first, I am not good at it; second, I don't want to wear heavy layers of make up everyday. But I have been looking for good contour kit, that would be reasonably priced and would do the job well.
I am sure you all have heard of Maybelline Master Sculpt Contour palette by now. Palette comes in two shades 01 Light/Medium and 02 Medium/Dark, I have purchased both just to see how it works on my skin. I have to say, I like both shades as 01 is great for everyday wear and 02 would work perfectly for night make up to create a bit deeper, more dramatic look.












As you can see in the pictures 01 is lighter and a lot warmer tone. 02 Medium/Dark has grey undertones which is perfect for cool skin tones, this one looks great in photography as well as it gives deep natural looking shadow if applied corectly and not too much. It's very easy to over do with darker shade, so you have to be VERY careful how much product you are putting on your face. Each palette comes with contouring brush, which I am not a big fan of. It's good to create sharp line, but it's not the best in blending. The bristles are not so soft and I felt like it was scratching my face, but that wasn't a problem as I am using my RT countour brush anyway. The packaging is bulky, in my opinion, and takes a lot of space in my make up bag. But you get mirror and brush in the same compact so you can't expect the packaging to be very thin and small.
Consistency is powdery and blendable, but not very pigmented. Highlighter in the both palettes comes in exactly same shade, but it's just a regular shimmery powder. I really like these palettes after all. For £6.99 you get good product, which lasts all day without retouching it. I would recommend to get it and try it out yourself.







Let me know your thoughts.
Lots of love,
Indre x







10 comments

  1. This does look like a great contour shade but I'm not too sure about the highlighter within it which has put me off buying it myself! I'm tempted to give it a go but there has been many mixed opinions.

    Great review.
    Amy @ Blonde Amy x

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    1. If I am honest with you, I don't use highlighter as much as I should. I know it sounds like a waste of money, but contour itself is great so I don't regret buying it! :)

      Thanks for your comment, Amy xx

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  2. I've seen this before but it never really called my attention! I'm interested now, I might pick it up next time I go shopping! Xx

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    1. It's a great drugstore contour, I think. You should try it out x

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  3. The swatches look lovely and as usual your photographs are to die for, so aesthetically pleasing! xxxxx

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    1. Aww, you are so sweet! Thank you very much, it means a lot! xx

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  4. I love contouring especially for a night out and this looks like a handy little kit, might have to swatch when I next see these in store x
    em // em&han xo

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    1. It is definitetly worth checking it out. You never know, you might like it! xx

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  5. I love contouring but of course my way, more natural and not using a ton of product. This lil contour kit has been raved about recently and I really like the look of the darker version as the contour shade is really cool toned
    x
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    1. I totally agree with you Alina! I love doing it my way too, i always go for LESS IS MORE! haha Give it a go, it is worth it xx

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