Face Contour

Bolder, add expressiveness, clear shadows with our contour products.

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Blush And Contour Kit - Photo 1
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Blush & Contour kit
Blush
$10.49
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Cream Face BB Contour
Contour
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Face Contour
Contour
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CONTOUR FAQ

For beginners, a powder contour is often the easiest to work with. Powder contour products are more forgiving and easier to blend compared to cream or liquid contours, making them beginner-friendly. Opt for a neutral-toned contour shade that is not too dark, as it will provide a more natural and subtle effect. A contour kit with multiple shades can be helpful for experimenting and finding the perfect shade for your skin tone. Remember to use a light hand and build up the contour gradually for a seamless and natural-looking result.

To determine your face shape for contouring, start by pulling your hair back and examining your face in a mirror. Pay attention to the widest points of your face and the overall proportions. Common face shapes include round, square, oval, heart, and diamond. Understanding your face shape will help you know which areas to contour and highlight to create the desired look and balance your facial features.

For mature skin, cream or liquid contour products are generally recommended as they are less likely to settle into fine lines or wrinkles. Cream contours provide a natural and dewy finish, which can be more flattering on mature skin that may be drier. Opt for a neutral-toned contour shade that is not too dark, as it will give a more subtle and natural-looking effect. Remember to blend the contour well for a lifted appearance, avoiding harsh lines that may accentuate signs of aging.

>For beginners, powder contour is often easier to work with than cream contour. Powder contour products are more forgiving and easier to blend, making them beginner-friendly. They allow for a more gradual and buildable application, which can be less intimidating for those new to contouring. Powder contour is also more suitable for different skin types, including oily and combination skin. As beginners may be less experienced with makeup application, using a powder contour product and a fluffy brush allows for more control and helps to avoid applying too much product at once.

To contour your face, start by applying foundation and concealer to create an even canvas. Choose a contour product that is a few shades darker than your natural skin tone, either in powder or cream form. Using a contour brush or a makeup sponge, apply the contour product to the areas you want to define, such as the hollows of your cheeks, along the hairline, the sides of your nose, and the jawline. Remember to blend the contour well using gentle strokes or tapping motions to avoid harsh lines and achieve a natural-looking sculpted effect.

Contour is typically applied to the areas of the face where you want to create shadows and definition. The most common areas to contour are the hollows of the cheeks, which can be found by sucking in your cheeks and following the natural indentation. Contour can also be applied along the hairline to make the forehead appear smaller, on the sides of the nose to slim and shape it, and under the jawline to define and sculpt the chin area. Remember to blend the contour well for a seamless and natural look.

To contour your face, you will need a contour product in either powder or cream form, a contour brush or makeup sponge, foundation, and concealer. Choose a contour product that is a few shades darker than your natural skin tone, and ensure it suits your skin type (powder for oily skin, cream for dry skin). A contour brush with a small, angled head or a makeup sponge will help with precise application and blending. Make sure you have a foundation and concealer that matches your skin tone for creating an even base before contouring.

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