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Review - Christine's Face Contouring.

Hello pretty girls!


Today, finally I am going to review about Christine Face Contouring powder. You girls have been requesting it for so long, but I wanted to try it and go out for hours, so that I can actually talk about it.
Let's get started!
This is the packaging of the contouring powder. It is available at Naheed Supermarket for Rs.250/
It will be easily available at any cosmetic's store, because it it not a high-end brand. 
This is how it looks like, it comes in different shades. At the back of the box, the sticker is of no.2, and at the back of the casing as you can see, it's no.1 :) Check the shade you want. I picked another one which had too dark brown shades. This one was the lightest. You can use this as a bronzer as well. I hardly use bronze because I look dark. But, for some reason, I am obsessed with bronzers these days and I want to try them from different brands. This is the first one I have and I kind of like it, as it is not too dark for me.

About the product:
It is quite pigmented. Though you have to work with it a little bit to get the actual color. The quality of this product is good as well. You can say that from the casing. Though it is not ultra pigmented, as we can not even expect that from a low cost product. But, it is not that bad as well. It is good if you want a very light brown cheeks and also as a bronzer. For the price of it and if you are new to bronzer, I would recommend you trying this out first.
This is the swatch of the shades, I dipped the finger in the product twice to get this color. I think it is good if you have to work a little bit with this product, so that you can have the color from the lightest to the darkest, as required by you. Lighter brown is too light and darker brown is the perfect contouring color. I use light brown as a bronzer and it looks really pretty. You can see the color on my cheeks in my last makeup tutorial. Link to the tutorial in which I used this product on my cheeks.  Bronzy Look

I use the lighter color more, as the darker one is little bit too dark for me. Sometimes I mix them both and use it.
I will recommend all the starters to buy this, as it is the cheapest contouring powder. Others can try it too, because it is not that bad.

Why do we need Contouring?
Contouring creates a sense of balance, adding definition to your makeup with color. Contrary to belief, contouring is always some shade of brown. Never use shades of makeup such as pink, plum etc. Use a shade that is similar to your skin tone.
You can use a cream or liquid contouring makeup product, however powder or mineral powders give a smooth, satin finish and are easier to blend.

What are the Contouring areas?
Contouring with makeup is usually applied on the temple area, nose, eyes, and chin areas.

I will do another post about where should we contour and the areas with the method. This post will be too long if I do the review of the product as well as the method :) Stay Tuned for the next post about HOW & WHERE to Contour?
I hope you liked the review, if I left something out and you want to ask, please feel free to ask me :)

xoxo

-Rabeeyah.

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