99p Mother Home Contour Kit REVIEW Like 0 Twitter Aimee Louise Smith Follow Aug. 3, 2016, 5:13 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 1038 Like us on facebook Contour has always been one of those things that has mesmerised me. I love the look it gives and how it makes the cheek bones appear more prominent. I didn't want to splurge straight away on a contour kit without playing around a bit first so I can get used to powder contour as I'm used to cream contouring. I was scrolling through eBay and came across this little kit. It looked promising and was super affordable so I thought "why not?" and I picked it up. I ordered it and came a total of 19 days later, which, as it was coming from China, was pretty good, and I was super excited to rip open the package and start playing around. Surprisingly, it came all it one piece but I got a little too excited and made a huge dint in the darker colour with my NARS ita brush, which, by the way, is amazing. The colours, as you might be able to tell with the swatches, are a little patchy in places but I was able to work with them and make them look pretty good. These are a little powdery and messy when a brush is dipped into them but that's something I have no problem with. The pigmentation on the darker colours are okay but the pigmentation on the lighter colours however, are a little chalky. On the face, theses apply great, blend amazingly and look so natural when using a light hand but could easily be built up if you wanted a more chiseled look. I used the yellow toned powder for setting my under eye concealer, the lighter white shade as a matte highlight and the two darker colours combined as my contour. Mixed together they are a perfect colour for my pale-ish, winter skin. They feel light on the skin and on the under eyes and didn't make my foundation/ concealer look cakey at all As for lasting power, I can't comment as I've only had them on for an hour, but they seem to be holding up pretty well. Overall, I love this palette and I can see myself using this on a daily basis. The pans are pretty big too so I can't see myself needing to repurchase any time soon! SCORE: 8/10 COST: 99p (plus 72p shipping) Published by Aimee Louise Smith Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?