How to Contour in 3 Easy Steps

Let’s face it: contouring is real. We have talked about contouring before. This is a technique that has been around for ages and will not be going anywhere anytime soon. It doesn’t have to be difficult or scary. We at jane-iredale are all about making makeup that is both beautiful and practical for women. That’s why we developed the GreatShape Contour Kit.

This contour kit will be perfect for those who want to learn contouring and how to make their features stand out. It is also a great option for those looking for a simple-to-use product from a brand that is committed to clean makeup. The palette contains matte contour powder, blush, and highlighter in one. It is available in warm and cool shades. Let’s discuss how to use the GreatShape Contour Kit now that you have the quick facts about it.

Contouring with the GreatShape Contour Kit

You only need to remember three easy steps when contouring or highlighting your face with the GreatShape Contour Kit:

The contour powder will help you to sculpt your bone structure. You can use this powder anywhere you wish to create a dark shadow.

Highlight your best features by using the powder highlighter.

Enhance your cheeks by adding a touch of blush.

Watch this short tutorial in three steps to see how the GreatShape Contour Kit works! You’ll find answers to all your contour questions.

When should I use contour?

After you have applied your foundation, we recommend that you contour, highlighter, and blush. You can contour before creating your eye makeup. Some people like to do this before applying mascara or perfecting their smokey eye.

Do I use the Cool or Warm Contour Kits?

The Warm Contour Kit or the Cool Contour Kit will depend on the undertones of your skin and the desired look. The same as when you want to Choose the right blush to match your skin tone. It would be best if you chose a shade that matches your skin’s undertone to create a natural appearance. If you want a dramatic look, pick a color that is the opposite of your undertone.

To Get a Natural Contour…

The Warm Contour Kit is for people with warm or golden undertones.

The Cool Contour Kit is for people with pink or COOL undertones.

A Dramatic Contour…

The Cool Contour Kit is for people with WARM or gold undertones.

Warm Contour Kit is recommended for people with pink or COOL undertones.

What brush should I use for contouring?

You should also consider the desired look when choosing a brush. The contouring brush that we love to use is the Contour Brush. Then, there is the Blending/Contour Brush. Both are ultrasoft. Vegan bushes They can be used separately or in combination to achieve your desired sculpted appearance.

Contour Brush

Contour Brush: This large artistry brush has densely packed bristles and is designed to contour cheekbones, the forehead, the jawline, or even your nose. You will get that Adele-style contour with this brush!

Blending/Contour Brush

The Blending/Contour Brush has a medium density, large, angled top and is multi-purpose for blending, contouring, and enhancing facial features. This brush is used to apply the contour shade along the side of your cheeks in a three-shape. We recommend using the Blending/Contour Brush to apply the highlighter for a glowing, soft effect. This brush can be used for blush, or you can stick with your White Fan Brush.


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