The Collection Contour Kit was something which I bought on the whim when I had a some money left on a voucher. It was £2.99 on an introductory offer, it is now £3.99. I don't like to do negative reviews but I do like to do honest reviews, and I have been putting this to the test and I am ready to reveal my thoughts.
First up, the good things is that the bronzer is an okay milky chocolate shade which suits my skintone very well, but for anyone fairer than me this could be a little too dark. It it pigmented nothing like Nars' Laguna Bronzer but for a drugstore bronzer it's pretty decent. I find it easy to apply and blendable using my Real Techniques Multi-task Brush. This also lasts a pretty long time with a spritz of my Urban Decay Oil Slick Setting Spray over the top. The highlighter unfortunately does not quite match up to the same standards. This is simply because I like a highly pigmented highlighter which gives lots of shimmer and glow. This is very light, not a lot of glow and just offers a hint of shimmer. It is slightly chalky when swatching, and doesn't have a very soft texture. It is okay for those like I say who are wanting just a light dusting, but if you want anything more this is not for you.