On a recent trip to the Make Up For Ever boutique, I picked up MUFE’s Sculpting Kit in #2 (it comes in four shades). The duo consists of two matte powders; one to contour, and one to highlight.
MUFE’s Sculpting Kit is packaged in a very simple plastic palette with a clear cover. It is very functional – it’s easy to see what you’re working with – though not particularly beautiful.
Both of the powders are very high quality. The textures are great – soft, silky, and blendable. They last very well on my normal to dry skin. They have just the right level of pigmentation for contouring / highlighting products; the first layer is sheer, but they’re buildable to any level of depth that I want.
Overall, I really like this kit, and I’m happy to own it. I’ve been using it every day since I bought it. However, if you’re on a budget, I would suggest buying the MAC Pro Sculpting powder in Sculpt, which is extremely similar (or whichever sculpting powder is best for your skintone), then using a matte offwhite eyeshadow to highlight. This will give you an identical, or at least very similar, look for less cost.
I bought the MUFE Sculping Kit at the Los Angeles MUFE store, but it’s also available at Sephora stores and Sephora.com.
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