Inglot HD Sculpting Powders

I consider my makeup unfinished without a little bit of contouring, so I couldn't wait to get my mitts on some of the Inglot's HD Sculpting Powders. The counter I bought these from only had 6 shades available at the time, but I can see 12 on the website at the moment, so I think they recently expanded the range.

I opted for shades 503 (the light one) and 505 (the dark one). I use the first one as a setting powder, as it is matte, silky and finely milled and the dark one to contour my face (it has the same lovely texture). Both powders I picked are cool toned and perfect for sculpting the shape of my face. 

There is a bit of fallout during the application, but I don't mind that at all. I think it depends on the brush I am using as well. The softer the brush, the less fallout. I love using Sigma F40 or Real Techniques Contour Brush for contouring and a small powder brush for setting my makeup and brightening certain areas with the light powder. 503 is great for setting under eye concealer as well.

As you can see, the powders are nicely pigmented. They don't require a light hand though and they are super easy to blend. I am impressed. You can see me wearing both on the photo below. 

The HD Sculpting powders cost £10.00 each and you buy the palette separate for £5.50. I got them cheaper in Poland, but I would happily pay UK prices to refill my compact again, because this duo became a staple in my makeup bag.

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