January 20, 2016

Rodial Make-Up Range (Part 2)

A few months ago, Rodial came out with a new makeup range! I've tried a few things a while ago and loved them so much that when Rodial asked me to try more products, I couldn't pass up this opportunity!

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Rodial Makeup Range Contouring Illuminating Powder Eye Sculpt Brushes Review Photos Swatches

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Contouring Powder Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Contouring Powder Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Contouring Powder Review Photos Swatch

Instaglam Compact Deluxe Contouring Powder ($75 CAD for 10.5g)
This is such a perfect contour powder for light to medium skin tones! It's not an highly pigmented powder but it's buildable, easy to blend and never look patchy. The color is the perfect cool toned matte brown, without pulling too mauvey or muddy on a golden complexion.

Pricey, but so worth it! And can we talk about that packaging? So chic!

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Illuminating Powder Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Illuminating Powder Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Illuminating Powder Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Instaglam Illuminating Powder Review Photos Swatch

Instaglam Compact Deluxe Illuminating Powder ($75 CAD for 9.5g)
The Instaglam Illuminating Powder give skin a soft and ethereal sheen, perfect for those of you who don't like very frosty or glittery luminizers! It looks amazing on very fair skin tones, but can work on light to medium complexions as well.

I usually prefer highlighters with warm undertones but this one surprisingly look good on my golden skin tone. I like to apply it with a duo fiber brush, such as MAC #188.

Rodial Makeup Eye Sculpt Eyeshadow Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Eye Sculpt Eyeshadow Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Eye Sculpt Eyeshadow Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Eye Sculpt Eyeshadow Review Photos Swatch

Eye Sculpt Eyeshadow ($34 CAD for 6.5ml)
Basically, this is a contouring cream for your lids! It's darker than the powder, but still buildable and easy to blend. It's a matte brown with a few shimmers that are barely noticeable on the skin.

I like to use it on my face too, it perfectly sculpt my cheekbones and last all day!

Rodial Makeup Hyaluronic Cheek Sculpt Rush Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Hyaluronic Cheek Sculpt Rush Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Hyaluronic Cheek Sculpt Rush Review Photos Swatch

Hyaluronic Cheek Sculpt in Rush ($38 CAD for 10ml)
I'm not sure how I feel about this blush. The formula is great, it doesn't feel sticky and seems to plump the skin but unfortunately it doesn't show up on me.

Rush is a beautiful coral orange shade, but it needs to be more pigmented!

Rodial Makeup Highlighting Sculpting Eye Sculpt Brush Review Photos

Rodial Makeup Highlighting Sculpting Eye Sculpt Brush Review Photos

The Sculpting Brush #04 ($46 CAD) is an angled brush. It's similar to Make Up For Ever's #150 Brush but the synthetic bristles are stiffer which makes it the ideal brush for applying cream-based products (and powders!). I love it!

I've been loving the Eye Sculpt Brush #05 ($28 CAD) to apply Rodial's Eye Sculpt into the crease or to blend cream and powder eyeshadows. You can even contour your nose with it!

The Highlight Brush #03 ($46 CAD) is designed for buffing concealer and highlighter into the skin. This brush has very densely packed bristles, like a kabuki with a smaller head and shorter bristles. I used it to buff my concealer and I loved the results, but sometimes it feels a bit scratchy for the undereye area. I wish the bristles were softer because it really give a beautiful finish.

Rodial Makeup Range Contouring Illuminating Powder Eye Sculpt Brushes Review Photos Swatches

(I received these products in order to evaluate them and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.) 

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