Becca Lowlight Sculpting Perfector provided by

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I was having lunch with some Adelaide based beauty lovers last week when one of our group members, Jamila from Jamballdonut, dropped a bombshell. She showed me a contouring technique that is life changing!

I’ve always struggled with contouring, especially cheeks, which is strange because I have watched so many YouTube videos and read so many blog posts that I am very familiar with the idea of how it is supposed to work. But, on me, it always looks weird. I discovered however, that the reason for it looking unnatural was the placement of the product. I was applying the contour shade too low. Thankfully with the technique that Jamila showed me, proper placement is no longer a problem.

This technique works best with a cream or gel contour shade. I got my Becca Lowlight Sculpting Perfector from Recreate Yourself (, after I emailed them and asked if they would like to partner with me on this post. Previously I had ordered my sister a Parlux hairdryer for her birthday and was super impressed with the prices, service and fast shipping.

Contouring Made Easy!
~ Use a cream or gel product.

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~ Press the base of your thumb into the product.

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~ Press the base of your thumbs together to apply the product evenly to both hands.

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~ Press up and under the cheekbones.

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~ Blend lightly by pressing product into skin.

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~ Apply blush to apples of cheeks and along cheekbones.

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~ Perfect contouring every time!

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Below is the makeup I used to create this look. The Becca Lowlight Sculptng Perfector and the Anastasia Brow Wiz were kindly provided by
– Revlon Colourstay Foundation Oily/Combo Skin
– Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer – Vanilla
– Anastasia Brow Wiz – Medium Brown
– Bobbi Brown Palette (Espresso eye shadow used as eyeliner)
– Estée Lauder Double Wear Zero Smudge Lengthening Mascara – Black
– Laura Geller Love Me Dew Lip Crayon – Watermelon Cooler
– Becca Lowlight Sulpting Perfector
– Nars Dual Intentisty Blush – Panic

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Do you think this technique will help you become more confident with contouring? Let me know below and check out my Instagram (@sunshinenici) and Pinterest (Beauty and Food) for some great info-graphics on this easy contouring method.

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