Allure commerce editor Angela Trakoshis is also a fan of the collection. In her own words, “Patrick Ta’s Major Sculpt Collection is an actual God-sent to the beauty industry.” While contouring is nothing new for Angela, she is “always looking for the perfect powder or cream to get the job done.” To her luck, “this one had both.” When asked about the formula, she is happy to report the cream “glides onto the skin to give that chiseled effect.”
As for the powder? She “layers that over the cream to lock it all in so nothing moves throughout the day.” It’s no secret Angela and myself are not the same foundation shade, but for a cool-toned cream contour and warm powder bronzer, she also found that She’s Sculpted was a perfect match.
Editorial assistant Gabi Thorne contoured with the shade She’s Chiseled (for deep skin), commenting, “everything you need is right there, and the shades are pretty perfect for me.” Her application involves wiping the contour on the hollows of her cheeks before blending it out. Which she then follows up with “a shimmery brown bronzer before buffing it around the outer corners” of her face to create that “warm glow.”
While Gabi does point out the shades are subtle compared to others on the market, it made contouring “super easy to blend out and not mess up,” recommending Major Sculpt for both beginners and professionals such as herself.
While Angela and I were looking to emphasize our cheekbone’s natural shadow, Gabi decided to go full-contoured glam, showing Major Sculpt’s versatility — chiseling our Allure editors to their desired results. These compacts are an ideal duo for beginners and experts alike who desire a cool-toned cream, paired with a powder to warm up your now sculpted complexion. It’s really a win-win.
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