KIKO Sculpting Touch ($16.80 CAD) 201 Chocolate
This contour stick glides on effortlessly to the skin, blends out like a dream and leaves my face wonderfully defined. Although the face of the stick is quite chubby you can use the edges to create the sharpest lines. There is also a lot of product int his that will last me years since a little goes a long way. The pigment, formula and colour of this contour stick is what makes it a win in my books!
The Balm Bahama Mama Bronzer ($23.95 CAD)
In my opinion, bronzers should be warm and contour powders should be cool. Contours are meant to sink in certain areas of your face and therefore should mimic the natural colour of shadows (i.e. grey) to really give you that sunken in look. That’s why I love the shade of this contour powder but dislike the name of it! The colour works perfect to create those shadows, cheekbones and jawline on my face in such a beautifully natural way.
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Contour Wand ($50 CAD): Light to Medium
I dislike the packaging but I enjoy the product. The pigmentation is out of the world on this so you really can go overboard. Once blended out onto the skin (which is my favourite quality of this product, the blendability is out of this WORLD) this leaves me with the most beautiful dimension to my skin that lasts all day. This isn’t as cool as the former two productions mentioned but works like a gem