Revlon

PhotoReady Sculpting Blush Palette

Reviews

This product was not that great.

The peach disappeared as soon as I applied it as well as the other colors they are all very sheer.. Not worth spending eight bucks should be more like five.

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Naomi H.'s Review Image
Not pigmented

It’s simple black compact that has the same sleek look as the other Revlon photo-ready items. Having more blush colour in terms of quantity with smaller sections for the highlighter and contour makes perfect sense since I will use more of the blush anyway. The colours as they appear in the pan look perfectly coordinated to work with each other. You get a small brush with soft bristles in your kit to ensure you can just pop this in your bag and you’re off. However, the colours were all so sheer, I kept building over the initial swatch to get more colour with very little change. The pink blush is soft with gold sparkle and reminds me of an extremely sheerer version of the milani luminous. The highlighter shade had chunky glitter in it For more info check my blog: http://chinadolltt.blogspot.com/2012/02/revlon-sculpting-blush-palette-in-pink.html

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Revlon, you're killing me!

Absolutely useless. All three are so sheer, they don't show up at all. I tried everything to build up any color at all from both the blush and the contour, and all I got was an uneven, patchy streak that wouldn't blend. Utter failure. Texture is chalky and application is pathetic.

Not the shade for me

The colors are not very pigmented and took awhile to build up. If I'm going for a more subtle natural look, this might be perfect. The pink color is a pale shade that is almost nonexistant on my skin. The blush is a golden shade that reminds me more of a bronzer. The highlight is bright. Compared to the contour color the highlight shows up immediately. The powder is smooth and not cakey. The mirror it comes with is small but works. I didn't try to use the brush that came with it.