What the brand says
Rimmel's first sculpting palette has been designed exclusively by Kate Moss. The palette has three shades, a highlight, contour and blusher that work in conjunction with each other to create the perfect contour.
There are currently two shades in the range 002 Coral Glow and 003 Golden Bronze.
I'm quite pleased with this palette and initially it seems to tick all the boxes. As I'm quite fair I chose to review Coral Glow which is a bit lighter than Golden Bronze, especially in regards to the bronzer which is a lot lighter than the alternative.
The palette has everything you need to add colour and sculpt your face which is good especially if you need to travel light. The palette is powder based and running throughout each shade is a lot of shimmer.
When I swatched the palette the shades appear a lot lighter then they look in the pan. The shimmer is quite subtle when applied to the skin but it is there if you look closely. However when I applied it to my face I was surprised at the strength of the colour. The blusher was easy to build up and the bronzer added a lovely warm glow to my face. I love how natural the highlighter looks and it's perfect when you don't want to look too heavily made up. The blusher and the highlighter lasted all day without any touch ups and maintained pretty good coverage. The bronzer however disappeared after a few hours.
A nice palette that has good longevity and leaves your skin glowing.
I give it 4/5
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- 3 products in 1 so takes up less space than three separate products
- The palette works well together to create a lovely warm glow
- The blusher and highlighter last all day without fading
- Reasonably priced
- Has quite a glittery finish so if you prefer a matte look this might not be for you.