KKW Beauty Powder Bronzer Singles ($20 USD) in shades 2, 3 and 4
The packaging of the KKW Contour singles are beautiful: soft touch nude packaging with a nice size mirror on the inside. No excess or bulky packaging here! I’m a fan.
The formula of the KKW powders differ by shade. Contour 2 is the most stiff and needs to be built up on the face. Contour 3 has nice enough pigment that works but contour 4 is the creamiest while not being powdery at all.
Contour 2 is described as a mid tone beige. In person to me, this is a light cool tone brown suitable for fair to medium skintones.
Contour 3 is described as a tan honey. In person, to me this is extremely oddly as contour 3 is lighter than contour 2!! Contour 3 is a fair brown that turns warm on the skin.
Contour 4 is described as a warm tan. In person this is just.. well.. orange. Sold out online so clearly a fan favorite, contour 4 looks like a stripe of orange on my MAC NC30 skin.
Overall, these are nice contour singles but not a holy grail product and I would not repurchase. For a contour, these shades should be cooler (not warm) to add shadow. Consistency wise, there are creamier options out there that I dont need to work so hard to buff in to blend. My favorite contour single is The Balm Bahama Mama that is the same price.