WOC: what is your fav. contour product ?

vintageroses

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Hey hunn!
I have quite a defined cheekbone naturally but I used to use Stilla duo in the colour 02 Marigold. It is a cream bronzer & highlighter but it has been discontinued!
Someties beauty crunch has it!

Now i use Benefit's Hoola bronzer, i bought it from sephora in the set that they had just because i wanted high beam. I tried hoola for contouring & it's amazing too! I'm NC42-45 & you can def use it to contour. You do have to pack on abit more product though, because it's not super dark or anything! But i think since you are fairer then me, it should work fine!


Besides that i have never used any other contouring products! Do to a sephora counter & try it out!


HTH
 

jazmatazz

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Howdy!

I'm NC43. In the winter I use Stila Sun Bronzer in shade #2 (could go a shade up if you want more defined contouring) and last summer I used MAC Matte bronze, this summer I plan to do the same as well as use Benefit Hoola.

Out of all of these Hoola is probably the deepest but you might want to keep building it up if you want to sharply define.

On YT I've seen some makeup folks use a foundation stick (Mac makes one, Bobbi brown does too) in many shades darker than their skintone to contour. That seems to work really well to get a lot of definition.
 

vintageroses

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Originally Posted by jazmatazz
Howdy!

On YT I've seen some makeup folks use a foundation stick (Mac makes one, Bobbi brown does too) in many shades darker than their skintone to contour. That seems to work really well to get a lot of definition.


yeahh i've seen that too but i feel it's abit too defined for a day to day look? hahas i don't know maybe i'ts just me.hehes
 

Nepenthe

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I'm in and around NC42 and I can use Emote.. but I really like using MSF's. In the winter I can use Medium Deep, and in the summer I can hop up to Dark.

Brown eye shadows also work nicely to contour.. I've got a few that I've stopped using, and will occasionally reach for.
 

DaniCakes

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I recently purchased Blunt blush by MAC as a contour powder and I love it. I'm C7 in Studiofix and it works for me. It'll definitely contour your cheeks.
 

she

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i think dark brown matte shadows make excellent contour products. the foundation sticks are another great choice, i just find the e/s's offer greater control for me personally.
 

DJ_Roxas

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I don't know because I really don't contour because the color when I do contour never shows up and I don't know what NC or NW shade I am. But this is also a question what is the equilvilant (spelling?) To a Revlon shade of Caramel to a MAC foundation? Can some one Private Message me with the answer because I don't want to get this topic going off topic.
 

Sweexy985

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I wonder if Mac's Raizin Blush would be a good contour colour. I've had it for quite some time and it's just sitting in my makeup case looking all dejected. lol

I feel like I should at least give it a try. Has anyone tried Raizin as a contour?
 

fallenang3l211

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nc40! i like using msfs to contour actually...esp the mid shade on warm blend msf. otherwise i use sunbasque blush, or emote if i want something matte.
 

machonesty

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im nc 45-50 and i use mac sheer pressed powder in nw 50

u may like msf deep dark or sheer pressed powder nw45
or blunt, raizin blush, but they tend to go a little reddish

try something matte hth
 

Soul Unique

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Quote:
Originally Posted by she
i think dark brown matte shadows make excellent contour products. the foundation sticks are another great choice, i just find the e/s's offer greater control for me personally.

I agree.
 

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