You know I love sharing my top picks with all of you. That could be anything from skin care to health products, but one of my favorites is always makeup and cosmetics. It’s just the best when we can let one another in on the favorite products we’re using right now – especially because there are SO many out there. It’s tough to know what to try and why, what actually works and what’s worth a splurge. Don’t you agree?
Lately, I am loving the Motives Mavens Sculpt Series – these products are the secret of makeup artists everywhere and now all of us can use these amazing contour palettes in our everyday. The best part: it’s just like having a makeup artist right at home with you. Contouring and highlighting is one of those time-tested tricks of the trade that all of us love. Here’s how you can get that look everyday with my top pick: the Motives Mavens Sculpt Series.
Top Pick: Motives® Mavens Sculpt Series
Bringing the glamour of artists to everyday women, Motives Mavens Sculpt Series are essential contour palettes for creating flawless looks. Each palette includes four shades of crème foundation in warm and cool tones for contouring and highlighting. Handpicked by our Motives Mavens social media beauty sensations, these palettes give you the tools to master the art of facial sculpting.
Watch a step-by-step guide here:
Here’s why I love it:
- Contouring your face gives the illusion of a more perfect appearance. By contouring your face, you can hide structural imperfections, give your face balance and highlight features.
- Four shades of crème foundation in each palette for enhancing your natural features. Each palette is balanced with one shade that is opposite in temperature to help you mix, blend and/or create more dimension. For example, you can use the warmer tone in Ice to correct redness and/or add warmth to the skin.
- Perfectly sized for on-the-go application
- Chosen by Motives Mavens as essential shades for sculpting the face.
- Visit the Motives social media channels to learn more about sculpting the face:
What do you think? Will you give contouring a try?