Warm up a small amount of Cheekbones between your fingertips
Starting at your hairline, sweep the contour forward just below your cheekbones
Use the palm of your hand to push and blend the contour into the area below your cheekbone
For added definition, consider applying a little extra at your temples, along your jawline or down the sides of your nose
I thought I would barely use it because I didn't contour every day... Now I wear it every day!
It's really easy to blend so no more stripey, fake-looking contour.
It is easy to apply and has the perfect consistency to stay put.
Why do you contour?
Contouring can help to lift and transform your whole look. Blend Cheekbones in the areas you’d like to define, such as your jawline, down the sides of your nose and your cheekbones.
What’s the difference between contour and bronzer?
Contour and bronzer serve different roles in your makeup routine. Contouring uses a darker shade to sculpt the face and amplify areas where shadows would naturally fall, whereas bronzer replicates a sun-kissed glow and adds warmth to your complexion.
Why is cream-based contour easier than powder?
It’s much easier to blend cream-based products compared to their powdered friends. We can all be a bit heavy-handed at times, so if you’ve made a mistake simply buff some of your base makeup into your contour to diffuse the colour.