Diorblush Light & Contour
US $44; AED/SAR 162
Le Duo – Contour & Highlighter Stick
Us $36; AED/SAR 132
US $12; AED/SAR 44
Hi Lo Stylo
US $28; AED/SAR 103
Sculpting Multiple Duo
US $39; AED/SAR 143
If you’re a makeup enthusiast yet to master the art of contouring (don’t worry, you’re not alone), reach for a double-ended sculpting stick. The creamy duos combine a contouring and highlighting shade into one portable tool, and are all you need to sculpt a set of sharp cheeks.
Small enough to fit inside your clutch, the easy-to-use sticks can be applied in the car without the help of a mirror. Just swipe the taupe end directly underneath your cheekbones, and illuminate the highest points of your cheeks, cupid’s bow, center of your nose, and brow bone using the other end. Don’t forget to blend, blend, blend for a natural finish.
The Estée Lauder Hi Lo Stylo is a slim, double-ended pencil that delivers precise high and lowlights. Exclusive to Dior’s Fall 2016 collection, the Diorblush Light & Contour stick is made for the low-maintenance girl and aims to provide you with a chiseled face in seconds. Meanwhile, the Lancôme Le Duo contour stick comes in five different shades, making it suitable for every skin tone. The multitasking product can also be used for strobing, which makes it a real two-in-one.
Discover five face contouring makeup sticks for a set of model-worthy cheekbones in the gallery above.
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