- Chosen by six Motives Mavens as essential shades for sculpting the face
- Four shades of crème foundation in each palette for enhancing your natural features
- Perfectly sized for on-the-go application
Motives® Mavens Sculpt Series
Bringing the glamour of artists to everyday women, Motives Mavens Sculpt Series are essential contour palettes for creating flawless looks. Each palette includes four shades of crème foundation in warm and cool tones for contouring and highlighting. Handpicked by six of our Motives Mavens social media beauty sensations, these palettes give you the tools to master the art of facial sculpting.
Beautifully Defined Face
Love this product! It helped me to sculpt my facial features and highlight my favorite ones. I would TOTALLY recommend this to anyone.
Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
Sunflower seed oil moisturizes the skin by helping to slow the loss of water from the skin. Sunflower seed oil also helps to condition the skin, keeping it looking soft, smooth and supple.
Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil
Coconut oil is a pale yellow, semi-solid oil that is pressed from the dried fruit of coconuts. It is composed of 90% saturated triglycerides, particularly lauric and myristic fatty acids. It is classified by the cosmetic industry as both an emollient and occlusive skin conditioning agent, suggesting that it can help keep the skin hydrated, and looking soft and smooth.
How many shades come in each Motives Mavens Sculpt Series palette?
There are four shades of crème foundation in each palette. Ice includes three cool shades with one warm, while Fire includes three warm shades with one cool. Each palette is balanced with one shade that is opposite in temperature to help you mix, blend and/or create more dimension. For example, you can use the warmer tone in Ice to correct redness and/or add warmth to the skin.
How do I determine the undertone of my skin?
Blue, pink or red undertones (cool) tend to burn easier under the sun – think Taylor Swift or Nicole Kidman. Yellow, olive or golden undertones (warm) tend to tan easier under the sun – think Jennifer Lopez or Rihanna. Determining the undertone of your skin helps you choose which palette will work best for your skin.
Where can I learn how to sculpt my face and body?
Visit the Motives social media channels to learn more about sculpting the face: facebook.com/motivescosmetics; instagram.com/motivescosmetics; twitter.com/motives; pinterest.com/motivesbeauty; youtube.com/officialmotives.
Why is contouring important?
Contouring your face gives the illusion of a more perfect appearance. By contouring your face, you can hide structural imperfections, give your face balance and highlight features.
What areas are common for contouring?
The most common areas to contour are cheeks, nose, forehead and jawline. Contouring these areas gives the appearance of a balanced face. You can also contour eyes and lips to make them look bigger or smaller, fuller or slimmer.
Is Motives Mavens Sculpt Series tested on animals?
No, this product has not been animal tested.