Inglot HD sculpting powders

Screen Shot 2014-07-29 at 23.27.08In case you have been living under a rock, contouring is in! Everybody wants the sculpted look a lá Kim Kardashian and friends and Inglot have got you covered not only for cream contouring, but in the powder department too.

When it comes to sculpting out the cheek bones everybody seems to have a different preference. When I am heading out at night, I tend to use a dark cream concealer to sculpt out my non existent cheekbones. Sometimes if I want to give an even more defined look, I put a sculpting powder on top of the cream. However, during the day I tend to gently sculpt the cheekbones with a sculpting powder. Lately I have been using the Inglot sculpting powders above every other sculpting product I own.

DSC_0011The Inglot sculpting powders are perfect for both day and night wear, depending on how much you apply. The Inglot sculpting powder is a matte powder, which I really think is best. Shimmer when sculpting is a bit of a no, no for me, but then each to their own. The brown colour has more of a grey tone to it, which is much better for a naturally sculpted look rather than an obvious  attempt at some cheekbones that ends up looking like you got a slap in the face. The Inglot sculpting powder really reminds me of the Kevin Aucoin sculpting powder, which comes with a much heftier price tag.

I have been using the lighter colour to set and brighten the under eye area after applying concealer. It does this job really well, but personally I like to use a light coloured concealer to highlight certain areas and then set it with this powder.

DSC_0016This palette travels really well as it is much smaller than so much of my sculpting products. It also stores really easy as the palette is very slim.

You can buy this powders as part of a palette. You can buy one colour for €21, two for €29 or four colours for €52. When you run out a refill only costs €10. There are 5 colours to choose from. I have 501 and 505, which for me is the best suited to Irish skin tones. You can buy them from any Inglot store, or if you can’t get to a store, Inglot Jervis street will take orders by phone and post them out. You can contact them on 0877808776.

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    March 4, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Do you have a video on contouring – my cheekbones are non existent and I want to go out and buy some make up –

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