Rimmel Conceal and Contour

Rimmel Conceal and Contour

I can’t do this. I can’t contour. It either looks like I’ve done nothing, or I look like a clown. Thankfully the Rimmel Conceal & Contour kit contains directions on the bottom, so even idiots like me can use it.

There are three pallets to pick from, Light, Medium and Dark. Obviously this is for the shade of your skin. The light palette is photographed below. Because I’m an English rose.

The conceal, contour and highlight shades allow you to camouflage and sculpt perfect angles for that intense look. You simply apply it on top of foundation and blend.

I love this product, for around £6 you can create a great look, it’s ideal if you’re just starting out with contouring and not wanting to spend too much. The product itself is creamy in texture, which wasn’t great for my dry forehead – I find powder better for that.

I’m still kind of feeling like I prefer powder kits to cream ones like this, but that could be due to habit.

Have you tried anything like this?

Rimmel Conceal and Contour

Rimmel Conceal and Contour

Rimmel Conceal and Contour

Rimmel Conceal and Contour

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  • Lucy

    The opening line to this post made me chuckle. I too have issue with contouring. I often look like skeletor which is definitely not a good look. Powder is easier I find. This looks like an interesting product Lucy x

  • Rebeca

    This palette is like having an ally at the time of makeup, I like to apply contour and that the finish is as natural as possible. Thanks for the recommendation.

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