The Face Form palette is the sister product of the very popular Face Contour Kit, also from Sleek. However, this compact contains three products rather than a duo, through the addition of a blush. It is the ultimate product for facial definition if you're on a budget, or even if you're a beginner to contouring and want to work with flattering light and shadow in your make up. Sleek have catered for all, in that the shades of each powder product are adapted to suit all skin tones: Fair, Light, Medium and Dark. This is the 'Light' compact and I am absolutely loving it...
To apply the contour powder, I use the Contour Brush from Real Techniques, which is the perfect size to fit in the gap between my cheekbones and soft enough to blend the powder. The payoff is great and it's completely matte - ideal for shadow. (If you are looking to contour, try and refrain from using a bronzer that contains shimmer - go for something matte and more 'brown' than terracotta.) The highlight is lovely, a little less pigmented than the contour, but it has a beautiful, ivory toned sheen that looks very flattering when it catches the light. The blush is also beautiful and is Sleek's single blush in 'Rose Gold' - a blogger favourite and well known dupe for the infamous NARS 'Orgasm' - very flattering on fair to light skin tones. It's a beautiful coraly-peach with flecks of gold, which give a gorgeous, healthy glow and aren't at all 'glittery' on the skin. Like the contour and highlight, the colour pay-off is awesome.
I am REALLY loving this palette - the ultimate face definition kit, if you're on a budget or if you're a beginner to contouring. And, with three products in one slim, compact palette with a great sized mirror, it's also a perfect kit to take away with you if you're travelling. Sleek have also catered to many different skin types and the Face Form kit is available in Fir, Light, Medium and Dark. It is worth noting that the Medium and Dark palettes do come with a bronzer, as opposed to a blush.
Do you like to contour? What do you use?