Contouring has become an important makeup step, initially starting off as a step to change and alter your whole face to look a certain way, and now more towards embracing your natural shape by giving it more depth and dimension.
There are many makeup brands one can use for contouring in terms of texture, the 2 textures being cream and powder. For those looking for a natural and subtle finish, we’d recommend a powder contour, while a cream contour gives you more precision for chiseled cheekbones.
Contouring also comes down to the shade being used, for the perfect contour choose a shade that is three shades darker than your skin tone within the same undertone family as your skin. For those with cool-toned skin, you should opt for a grayish to brown shade while warm-toned skin would work best with a red to brown shade.
There are a few points on your face that you should apply contour on: