Whether it’s slimming your nose, shortening your forehead or sculpting the perfect cheek bones—anyone at any age or skill level will enjoy the art of contouring. A technique previously reserved for runway models and professional photo shoots, contouring and highlighting is now becoming part of many women’s daily routines. But what is it?
“Contouring is giving shape to an area of the face and enhancing the facial structure through makeup,” says Beau Nelson, Kristen Stewart’s longtime makeup artist. “It’s not supposed to be noticeable—just a subtle definition.”
With our new H&H Contour Kit, you can do just that! This powder kit contains six shades that sink right into skin but can be layered for a more dramatic effect. We also love to use our two contour brushes, one for contouring and the other for highlighting. Check out our makeup artist Libby give herself a natural more contoured face shape!
Still a little confused? Try a more hands-on approach at any of our 4 contour classes: