Rimmel London Kate Sculpting and Highlighting Palettes Swatches & Review - Mommy Life Up North

Rimmel London Kate Sculpting and Highlighting Palettes Swatches & Review

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Hey loves, it has been way too long since I have done a post, and I do apologize about that! Pregnancy life has been really getting to me lately. Mainly with decluttering the whole house and just getting the baby room ready! Only four more months to go! While I was going through my makeup I found these Rimmel London Kate Sculpting and Highlighting palettes that I completely forgot about. They were sent to me a while ago and I totally forgot I had them. So I finally wanted to get up a review and swatches of these because they are seriously stunning and such a great find in the drug store. 

These palettes come in three different shades. Golden Sands which is the lightest palette, Coral Glow which is more for medium skin tones and then Golden Bronze which is the darkest of the three. After playing around with these I found Coral Glow to be my favorite. All of the highlight shades are very similar so there really isn't that big of a different between those. With the bronzers you can clearly see a different. Golden Sands has a light warm tone bronze, Coral Glow has a beautiful cool tone bronzer and Golden Bronze has a very deep bronzer. My favorite bronzer of the three is from the Coral Glow palette. I do have very fair skin, but I do wear a lot of cool tones. I feel like cool tones work best with my skin. For the blushes, Golden Bronze has a cool tone light pink, Coral Glow has a beautiful coral peach blush and then Golden Bronze has a beautiful peachy pink with golden undertones (reminds me so much of Orgasm by NARS). 

I noticed they all had the same texture when it came to the highlight and the bronzer, but with the blushes it was slightly different. The blush in the Golden Bronze palette was very chunky and had some fall out. But I did find all the shades to be very pigmented. I also noticed that the bronzer in the Golden Bronze palette did apply patchy, so because of that and the fall out with the blush, that is my least favorite palette. If I had to recommend one of the palettes for you to try it would for sure be the Coral Glow palette. I think this palette will be a hit for the Spring time.

Each palette retails for $6.99 and can be found at www.ulta.com

Golden Sands 

Coral Glow

Golden Bronze

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