5 best contouring kits

October 20th 2014 / Elizabeth Bennett Google+ Elizabeth Bennett / 2 comments


Our top 5 contouring kits on the market

Thanks to many a YouTube tutorial and a certain Kim Kardashian Instagram post, contouring, once a makeup artist secret, has gone mainstream. The quickest and easiest way to sculpt your perfect face is using a contouring kit – this is our edit of the best.

Best for fair skin: Hourglass Illume Creme-to-powder Bronze Duo in Sunset, £40

Best for contouring novices: Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim, £24.50

Best for easy blending: NARS Contour Blush in Paloma, £30

Best for cheekbone definition: Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow, £49

Best luxury option: Tom Ford Shade & Illuminate, £56


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  • Suzy Blackley
  • October 30th 2014

I've tried a fair few and absolutely love the Studio10 Face Definer. The contouring powder is superfine and has a matte finish with a purple under-tone which really mimics the colour of a natural shadow. It also includes a really universal natural blush and a soft gold highlighter (with no glitter!). Super easy to use and creates a really beautiful natural definition.

  • jennifer alistair
  • October 20th 2014

As a connoisseur of fashion and beauty products, I have frequented the Bond street as a matter of routine.

Recently I came across the Sakare store and was taken aback by its exquisite range of products. I tried a whole bunch of them and girl I was really happy with the results. After using the Facial toner, my skin look so great that I cannot even believe I am in the thirties.

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