Let’s get real about contouring. We’ve talked about how to contour before. It’s a technique that’s been around forever and isn’t going away anytime soon. That doesn’t mean it has to be scary or time-consuming Here we’ll show you how to use it and how to contour in just 3 easy steps.
When contouring and highlighting with Contour Kit, all you have to do is remember three simple steps:
We recommend applying your contour, highlighter, and blush after you apply your foundation. Some people prefer to create their eye makeup look before contouring, but you can also do it before you perfect your smokey eye (or quick mascara application).
Whether you wear the Warm or Cool Contour Kit depends on your skin undertones and the look you want to achieve. Similar to when you want to choose the right blush for your skin tone, you should pick the shade that mimics your skin’s undertone for a natural look and one that is opposite of your undertone for a more dramatic look.
The brush you choose also depends on the look you want to create. Our two favorite brushes to contour with are the Contour Brush and the Blending/Contour Brush. They are both ultrasoft, vegan bushes with animal-free bristles and they can be used individually or together to create your perfect, sculpted look.
The Contour Brush is a large, flat-structured, artistry brush with densely packed bristles for contouring along cheekbones, forehead, jawline and even on your nose. It will give you that sculpted Adele-style contour!
The Blending/Contour Brush is a large, angled-top, medium-density, multipurpose brush for enhancing features and blending. Use this brush to apply your contour shade down the side of your face in a 3-shape.
When applying the highlighter shade, we recommend the Blending/Contour Brush for a soft, glowing effect. You can also use this brush for blush, or stick to your favorite White Fan Brush.