Contouring was a huge hit a couple of years ago, everyone was learning how to contour and which contouring suited which face shape. I remember when I was first getting to the hang of contouring, I felt like it was super confusing and I’d never get the hang of it. It’s all about highlighting the areas you want and defining the other. The good thing about some contouring kits, is that they come with examples and diagrams. The first contour kit I purchased was the Smash Box Contour Crayons (type thing!) They came with a diagram of where to put what and what suits your face shape! Amazing, I know – this is where I learnt what’s best for me. (I’ll get a photo from Pinterest that has where you apply highlighter/contour/bronzer.)
I am sharing with you Nip & Fab Contouring Powder Palette in the shade Light.
This palette is so practical for any look you want to create. With the range of shades that you have to play with, you can create the perfect shade for your skin tone. I always like to go for palettes/shades that you can build up to match your skin colour too.
These blend so amazing into the rest of my make up, when trying other contour products I’ve never found it so easy to blend before. It leaves the perfect matte look to either glam up with a bit of highlighter or just to leave it and give your skin the soft defined finish.
I am into using the shade Caramel at the moment. (Which is in the bottom row in the middle.) It’s such warm tone, and it really blends in well to not have such a solid line of contour. I cannot stand that with make up, also this doesn’t give any muddy look. You know when you apply make up sometimes and it can look muddy and dirty? Nah huns, this doesn’t happen with this Nip & Fab palette. I also like to use the shade Banana which is on the top row in the middle. I like to use this under the eyes after highlighting using my Collection concealer.
What’s your favourite contouring product?