On Saturday I shared some Freedom Pro Lipstick Kits with you and today I have the Pro Collection Sculpt Perfection Kit. I thought I’d start here because the kit supposedly contains everything you need to sculpt, highlight and contour and covers a good range of their products: Pro Eyebrow Kit Light/Medium, Pro Decadence Palette Today’s Tonight, Pro Glow Pink Cat, Pro Contour Fair, Pro Eye Primer and Pro Primer.
I’ll just give a quick review of each product as there’s quite few items to go through.
Pro Decadence Palette – Today’s Tonight RRP £6.00
This 20 shade eyeshadow palette has a great range of warm toned neutrals from light to dark and with a mixture of mattes and shimmers. I didn’t know what to expect because I’ve never tried this brand before but I was hoping it would be of similar quality to it’s sister brand Makeup Revolution. I was pleasantly surprised by the creaminess of the eyeshadows and the pigmentation, and they are very similar to MUR in that sense.
Pro Contour Kit – Fair RRP £3.50
This IS a very fair contour kit with the contour colour leaning a peachy nude/brown, which is great for a subtle every day look for people with pale skin like me! The lighter shade looks a little yellow in the pan but it makes for a great matte highlighting colour. Both of these, again are very creamy and smooth.
Pro Glow – Pink Cat RRP £3.50
This is designed to be a blusher and at first I was a bit sceptical. It looked very neon which isn’t really my thing but when you swirl over the whole product it gives a peachy-pink colour which can be very wearable. It does have shimmer and as the description says it’s great at brightening the completion. Again, it’s very creamy and not too powdery of a powder – ha!
Pro Eyebrow – Light/Medium RRP £3.50
This is like any other standard quad eyebrow powder palette, with three shades of powder and a gel (hidden in the bottom right corner). All of these shades are wearable for me depending on the look I’m going for and don’t come across looking too warm, they’re actually pretty ashy which is good. I never really use the gel but it looks okay none-the-less.
Pro Primer RRP £5.00
To me this feels like a decent primer, as it makes my skin feel silky, smooth and ready to go! This one isn’t mattifying but there is that option with the Pro Mattify Primer.
Pro Eye Primer RRP £2.50This is my first eye primer so I don’t have anything to compare it to! But it’s a nude coloured liquid that feels like a thicker version for a face primer, it also has that silky feel once applied. I haven’t had a chance to test if it makes a difference to my eyeshadow’s lifetime yet though…
All of these products cost me £18 and the box has a value of £24, so I saved £6. There is also another kit available that wasn’t in stock called the Pro Makeup Artists Essential Kit which contains everything you need to be your own makeup artist: Pro Correct Kit, Pro Mattify Primer, Pro Highlighter Glow, Pro Eyebrow Kit, Pro Eye Primer, Pro Fixing Spray and Pro Contour Fair. So there are cross over products but it also costs £18 but has a higher value of £26.