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Sculpting is the New Contour!


The Skin Sculpting Set with Perfecting Puff!


OFRA’s latest innovative product infuses skincare with makeup on an entirely new level. Our brand new Skin Sculpting Wands contain two highlight and two contour shades to sculpt and enhance your face shape. The liquid formula has a natural finish that mimics skin’s texture so the face is left looking fresh and youthful.


Infused with plant stem cells, the product is designed to conceal and rejuvenate delicate skin around the eyes and face. The stem cells help to naturally erase dark eye circles, stimulate new collagen growth and reduce capillary permeability. Sculpt and highlight with shades Dawn, Sunrise, Sunset and Dusk to compliment your natural beauty.


Dawn is a neutral fair shade that can be used for highlighting or concealing under the eyes, cheekbones or anywhere the light hits the face. Sunrise is a warm medium shade that helps correct dark circles, conceal imperfections and highlight specific areas where the light hits the face. Sunset is a subtle taupe shade that is used for sculpting the cheekbones, jawline and nose. Its color mimics a shadow for defining the face rather than a bronzer used to warm the face. Pair Sunset with Dawn if you have fair to beige skin tones to create the perfect contour and highlight duo. Dusk is a neutral sculpting shade that defines the cheekbones, jawline and nose. Pair Dusk with Sunset to create a contour and highlighting duo suitable for medium to deep skin tones.


OFRA’s latest makeup application tool – the Perfecting Puff – will seamlessly blend the contour and highlight for the ultimate natural finish. It is available for individual purchase too. It can be used with any base makeup formula including liquid and cream foundation.


Sculpt, highlight and rejuvenate your skin using the easy steps below.



Feel free to purchase the products HERE!


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