I've looked high and low for something that can show off my cheekbones without making me look striped and I've finally found it. The NUDESTIX Sculpting Pencil is a really easy way for the truly fair to get the look. (And the medium version of the same pencil will work for the sort-of-pale and medium toned ladies.)
Instead of a dark brown (gasp!) or a dark taupe (better!), this pencil has a salmon tone to boost contours (if it's dark enough). This gives a totally natural look, which is what is missing from the contour kits that flooded our feeds last spring.
|Notice my cheeks, chin, center of nose and above my brows are gently highlighted, without the sheen.|
My favorite way to apply this contour pencil is to start by applying my foundation. Then I draw on my face, just like the Sephora app told me to. Next, I blend with a Beauty Blender (or my fingers) and that's it. Natural, easy and flawless. Just the way I like it. The matte highlight shade is perfect for adding a touch of light, without the shine. It's naturally gorgeous (just like the rest of the NUDESTIX collection!).
Grab the Sculpting Pencil from NUDESTIX for $24 .
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