ULTA Contour Kit! Review + Swatches ♥

We live in a time where, if your face isn’t snatched, and I mean SNATCHED! You ain’t wearing makeup. LOL! With the popularity of contouring, it’s no surprise that ULTA decided to jump on the bandwagon and create a contour palette.


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The packaging is what struck me! So chic!

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 The ‘Warmth Bronzer” color is by far the most pigmented color in the whole palette, asides from the highlighting powders.

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Swatches! – forgive my hairy arms 🙁

Obviously the 2nd to last darkest color isn’t showing on me that much due to it being my exact skin color in powder form, lol!

Overall, this contour palette is good. It gets the job done! 🙂 Due to me being used to using highly pigmented Contour Kits such as IT Cosmetics Sculpted Face Palette, the bar was set high by default. It’s slightly less pigmented – However, you have to build the colors due to them being on the sheer side. Even though I feel as though the ULTA Contour Kit could’ve been a wee bit more pigmented, This palette would be perfect for very fair gal’s who don’t want “too much” contouring going on, and would prefer a natural, more realistic contour. Don’t mind me, I’m just being a drag queen! Lol. I’m used to wearing heavy makeup given my taste and profession. I’ll most likely layer the colors on. Nothing to belly ache about, this palette is still pigmented nonetheless, just not dramatically pigmented in comparison to what I’m used to. In regards to the two highlight powders, those are to die far! They are so pretty and illuminating. They remind me of Too Faced’s dual sided highlighter in Candlelight. This palette is a good dupe for competitor’s palettes by the likes of Anastasia Beverly Hills and IT Cosmetic’s Sculpted Face Palette.

ULTA Contour Kit retails for $18.

I purchased the following item(s) above with my own money.