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Sculpting Kit


Sculpting Kit

What it is:A kit featuring complementary powders, dark and light, that helps contour, sculpt, and correct the face structure.What it does:Make Up For Ever Sculpting Kit allows you to sculpt, contour, and correct your face shape with a micronized powder that is easy to apply and blend. It can be used on all skintones and is non-drying and dermatologist tested.Sephora is the exclusive beauty retailer for this product.
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Questions & Answers for MAKE UP FOR EVER Sculpting Kit

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HELP...how to use it
i bought this nice sculpting kit but i dono how to apply it? and can i put HD microperfecting primer over it?
asked 6 years, 10 months ago
zena495
(oman)
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Hi there, hope I can help. No, you wouldn't put your primer over the sculpting kit. The sculpting kit would be the last step for your face (not talking about eyes, brows or lips) other than possibly using a finishing powder. Suck in your cheeks and use the darkest shade in the hollows. I don't know your age, but for anyone with a little bit of a double chin or jowls you apply the darkest shade there to minimize. The darker shade also looks good swept right up close across the top of the hairline. The lightest shade use down the middle of your face (center length of nose, chin) and top of your cheekbones, arch of the eyebrows..wherever the light would naturally hit you. Light emphasizes and dark recedes. If your nose is too wide, the dark shade down the sides and highlight on the center of your nose will streamline the look. This kit is wonderful. It's amazing the difference sculpting can make. Photographs are proof positive of this. Have fun everyone!
answered 6 years, 10 months ago
red14
(Ca)
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which color??
I am fair/light skinned with dark hair and dark eyes. Cannot decide between #1 and #2. Very hard to tell the actual shades just looking online. Any thoughts/advice???
asked 6 years, 9 months ago
mcd517
(east amherst, ny)
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I have very fair/light skin and dark hair with blue eyes and I chose the #1 kit. It is perfect for my skin tone. The contouring powder is the perfect shade...not too bronze or muddy in color. The color builds quickly also so you could always sweep a little more color to build if you want more of a contrast. Hope this helps! :)
answered 6 years, 9 months ago
makeupanyone
(Dayton, OH)
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Is this product oil free?
asked 6 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
(Oklahoma City, OK)
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I believe the product is oil free, it is sheer and very blendable, just makes you look a little more polished
answered 6 years, 6 months ago
mizzouann
(Saint Louis, MO)
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I am from southeast Asia, my skin is a medium olive, yellow undertones, most of the kits look more red than yellow, which kit color is right for me?
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Tempe)
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I have olive tanned skin, and I use the #3 kit. If I were you I wouldnt go any darker. You can actually sample it at Sephora.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
rubyc
(Bayonne)
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best color
what is the best color to use on a tanned person
asked 5 years, 3 months ago
Anonymous
(Houston, TX)
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I am a tanned latina, and I used #3
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
rubyc
(Bayonne)
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I am cool toned and very fair. My MUFE HD shade is 110. Which kit should I get? Would the contour in #1 be orange? Would the highlight in #2...
not be light enough to show up as a highlight?
asked 6 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
(Lawrence, KS)
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I would never advise color kit #4 though, if you have fair skit like I have. It turns out way too dark. Go for something in between, one or two shades lighter I would suggest.
answered 6 years, 5 months ago
devildoll133
(Mount Clemens, MI)
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Which kit for tan skin with yellow undertone
Which would look very natural for my tan skin with yellow undertone.I am a 209 with MUF Duo matte foundation.I was debating between #2 or #4.I don't think I'd go with #3 since I stay away from anything with reddish in collor in it. Thanks
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
sassc
(St. Louis,MO)
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i'm a medium beige in the liquid foundation I have yellow undertones as well, and i use #2. It works very well. the brown isn't too dark or light.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
harley18
(Texas)
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Contouring for stage?
I'm involved in a lot of theater productions where I need to do more-than-your-average contouring, including emphasizing muscles, abs, breasts, etc. etc. Would this kit be suitable for both face and body use? Thanks!
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
lgyo
(Boston, MA)
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Yes you could use it on your body and you could great results. What i do question is it's staying power. Remember it's a powder and can get rubbed off. If that is not a concern than this is perfect. I could see the application being very natural looking.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
lesia
(lancastet)
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what color is best on african american complexions?
asked 5 years ago
trendyldy
(Memphis,TN)
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I'm medium to dark african american. I have a bit more red undertone in my complexion. I use kit 3 due to kit 4 being a little to muddy for me. I do sugguest going in and getting a second eye for the color.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
lesia
(lancastet)
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How do you use this product?
How do you use this product? Where do you contour/apply the light and dark shades. Thanks!
asked 6 years, 2 months ago
voteobama08
(WDC)
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Here's how I use this product: After applying moisturizer, concealer, and powder foundation, I apply my blush to the apples of my cheeks only and blend. Then I suck in my cheeks and apply the darker color from the deepest part of the hollow under the apple to the earlobe. Blend THOROUGHLY. When people say, "Don't bother contouring your face, you're not fooling anyone," it's usually because the darker color (contour powder) is not blended enough, which makes one look as if one smeared a brushful of eyeshadow accidentally, or else as if one were making brownies in a hot kitchen. I usually use a dense, soft buki brush to make circular strokes that go up and out away from my nose. The result should be utterly seamless. Next, use an angled brush to apply the lighter color (highlighter) to the tops of the apples and up around the occipital bones and over the browbone, in a heart shape. Now blend, but one needn't be so neurotic about it as one was with the contour blending. To be honest, for day I also use the contour powder as my eyeshadow contour and the highlighter on my lids and browbone. It makes the eyes and lashes pop, yet looks natural. (And it keeps the touch-up bag light!) In brighter lighting conditions, apply with a light hand, for darker conditions go more heavily--as you would with any of your make-up.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
mamavixen
(Columbia, SC)
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