Thursday, 26 January 2017

The Best Contour Products for Light Skin






I think one of the hardest things in makeup for us fair girls is contouring, we either end up looking too muddy or too ashy, there never seems to be an in-between. However, upon looking through my bronzer and contouring stash I realised that I really only gravitate towards 3 contouring products out of my whole stash so that must mean something right? 


Benefit Hoola* - This bronzer is completely matte and is not orange toned so it avoids the 'muddy' look. I feel this bronzer has the perfect balance of red and also cool tones allowing a very natural and blended contour. 

The Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder - Arguably one of the best contouring products that I own. This balanced grey toned powder makes sculpting the cheek bones a dream and is perfect for fair skin - be warned, use a light hand otherwise you may end up looking like Angelina Joli, although I don't think thats necessarily a bad thing? It is a pretty penny but totally worth it in my eyes. 

Too Faced Milk Chocolate Solei  - Another staple bronzer in my collection are the Too Faced bronzers, I absolutely love the milk chocolate and chocolate solei however the milk chocolate solei is perfect if you have fair-light skin tones as it leaves a very natural bronzed glow. 


What are your staple bronzers? 






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  1. I am quite pale I love the Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil, I also love MAC Harmony Blush its perfect to contour with.

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    1. Mac harmony is such a cult fave of mine! Thanks for commenting x

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  2. At the moment I use soap and glory solar powder to bronze up my skin but in have always wanted to try out Hoola, it sounds amazing! X

    Kate// itskaterose.blogspot.com

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  3. I totally agree - contour is so hard being this pale!! But recently I have been loving Hoola, always forget how much I love it until I use it!! xxx

    Jasmine || blogsallbeautyy.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Benefit hula looks really nice, would look lovely on pale skin!

    Lauren x Huggled

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    1. It is probably the best for pale skin:)

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