Spending money on makeup for a lot of people can be expensive so searching for online advice and testimonials can be an invaluable resource for people either learning hair and beauty or already working as a makeup artist.
I’m sure we would all love the opportunity to try out as many different products as we can but for many that is just not possible.
Searching online for advice and recommendations can not only narrow down the products that you will consider buying and testing but can also help you to discover other products that could be perfect for your needs.
We are going to have a quick look at some of the best contouring kits available on the market at the moment so if you see something that catches your eye we would recommend conducting a little bit more research before fully committing.
Maybelline New York FaceStudio Master Contour & Highlight V-Shape Duo Stick
This option is great for anyone in a rush. A great two in one option that gives a great performance and should be available for under £10.
M.A.C. QuikTrik Stick
If you are quite inexperienced this product makes it easy for you to naturally blend, coming in at around £30 it isn’t particularly cheap but it can help you to learn and build confidence.
CoverGirl TruBlend Contour Palette
This is another great and easy selection with each shade labelled to help you. Designed by Pat McGrathis kit comes in at under£10 so is another great value deal.
Honest Beauty Contour + Highlight Kit
As you start to develop your skills you might find certain kits to basic. The Honest beauty contour and highlight kit is great for those at an intermediate level that want to improve their skills. You can find this for around the £30 mark.
Tarte Tarteist Pro Glow Highlight & Contour Palette
For more the more advanced out there this kit coming in at just over £40 could be perfect for you. With six shades available in your palette it will give you much more scope for experimentation and will create a stunning finish.
These are just some of the contouring kits that we have looked at but as we have mentioned, there are countless others available.
Conducting your own research by making use of free samples, reading testimonials and joining discussion sites can all help you to find the perfect makeup for your needs.
Asking the right questions to the right people will always set you on the right path. For example, if you are starting out and you asked a seasoned makeup artist what kit they use, the chances are you won’t get the same results as they will. Ask questions like “As a beginner what would you recommend”. This can help the people you are asking direct you to the best options for your individual circumstances.