Thursday, 10 October 2019

Max Factor Miracle Sculpting Wands Review + Swatches

Max Factor have just released a trio of highlighting and contour wands, the Max Factor Miracle Sculpting Wands for both Contour and Highlight. I am not the greatest of makeup artists when it comes to powder contour, but these wands make it super quick and easy to achieve professional results.
There are two Contour shades available, Medium Deep and the one I have here, Light Medium, which is perfect for my light skintone. The Highlight Wand is available in just the one shade, Universal, so it is able to suit the majority of skintones. The Max Factor Miracle Sculpting Wands comes in squeezy tubes, and you simply remove the lid to uncover a little sponge, you then twist the applicator to ON, and gently squeeze the tube, which you will then see the product coming out of.
The sponge applicators make it super easy to apply to the skin, and due to the squeeze factor, you can be as gentle or as generous as you like with the product. I find these so easy to apply to the skin, and the formula feels ultra soft and very easy to blend into the skin, whether you are using a Beauty Blender, brush or even your fingertips. 
The Max Factor Miracle Highlight Sculpting Wand is a champagne shade and highlights the skin beautifully, without giving a sparkly effect. It turns my dull, lacklustre skin much lighter and brighter, and makes me feel so much more confident about my skin.
With the Max Factor Miracle Contour Sculpting Wand, I apply it to the areas I am wanting to contour, and then easily blend it into the skin, finishing it off with a little bit of matte bronzer. However, you do not need to use a bronzer, and sometimes I don't if I am not wanting a full makeup look.
If highlighting and contouring the face is often tricky for you, then I would definitely give these a go, as they really are so simple to use and easy to control. They both cost £10.99 each for 10ml of product and you can find them in-store and online at retailers such as Boots here. Also, it is worth checking for offers, as Boots and Superdrug often have money saving deals on Max Factor.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*These items were gifted to me, but all opinions are my own

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