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Powder Contour Kit - Light To Medium by Anastasia Beverly Hills
Anastasia Beverly Hills

Powder Contour Kit - Light To Medium

pigmentation: sheer
Variation: Light To Medium
Light To MediumTan To Deep

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i like how it applies smoothly on your face

- Sephora User

this set is just perfect for my skin, i’m new to contouring and by combining the dark colors i’m able to create the right shades, they are very visible and goes smooth on my skin, also the light colors really gives the brightness i’m looking for

- Sephora User


blends well

best decision ever because i realized how beautifully it blended and stayed on alll day

- Sephora User

the pigments are rich and easy to blend

- Beautybay User



some people said they were identical but using this it’s completely different, the texture is so blendable and soft to use but brilliant pigmentation

- Beautybay User

super pigmented and buttery textured, very good colours for light skin, i'm in love with it

- Beautybay User



finally, set your concealer with a setting powder, laura mercier's translucent setting powder is perfect for this

- Cult Beauty User

colours go on sheer, are easily blended and can be built for whatever definition you need

- Sephora User
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Nordstrom userJuly 31, 2016

Universal amazingness

These cream products are not only amazing cream highlight and contours, but they can also double up as FOUNDATIONS. Impossible you say? Oh let me school you! Mac makes an essential oil that you can buy. You scoop out a decent amount of your preferred color(s) onto a clean surface....add a drop or two of the MAC oil, and mix it until desired consistency and VOILA....amazing foundation as well as concealer and contour, AND. Highlight! If you don't wanna splurge on the Bobbi Brown BBU foundation palette, save that extra $200 and buy this baby ( I use the medium palette), and it has u covered for your winter, fall, spring AND summer shades. Try this and thank me later. Also works with mixing this with your favorite face cream, but I find the oil to be more hydrating and the more drops Of oil you add, the sheerer the "foundation" becomes. You can go B.B. cream, to Full coverage in no time. I absolutely adore the pigmentation and consistency of this palette. Definitely my "HOLY GRAIL"! Enjoy mixing and matching. It gives you a sense of accomplishment. Or at least it did for me. Lol. « less

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Sephora userDecember 14, 2015

Love it - Medium Kit

This is a great contour kit! It's great for full-on contoured glam days and natural makeup looks too. It is super pigmented and I think it blends quite well to a natural finish. I love just using warm coral to color correct, then cream as a natural highlight and banana as a more intense highlight for my under eye area.The formula is a little dry, but I really like that. It makes a good option for more oily skin. When I color correct, I like to mix a drop of face oil into it and then apply. It just sheers it out a little bit and makes it easier to blend. This would be a good thing to do for dry skin too, to help it blend easier.To apply it I use a small flat concealer brush and paint it onto the area of my face where I want it. Then I blend it out with a damp beautyblender. I don't paint my whole face and let it set before blending, I work on one area at a time. After everything is blended, I set it with a powder contour kit then finish the rest of my makeup. « less

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Sephora userJanuary 12, 2016

This is my first time cream contouring. I mean I've used a little cream contour stick but it was nothing intense like this palette so I will admit; if you're a beginner, it can be a bit intimidating. But I figured it shouldn't be that difficult to work with if you already know how to blend in your concealer properly, right? So I tried it out for the first time yesterday.I used the banana shade to highlight under my eyes & mixed the shades Light Sculpt & Havana to contour.Just like what most people have stated, the product can be a bit difficult to blend. Even with a beauty blender. You have to use a good amount of pressure on it & because of that, it may end up looking either chalky or muddy. So I definitely suggest a tip that is often recommended with this palette: use a drop of beauty oil or spray Fix+ with the shade(s) of your choice before application. This will help with the blending since it will make the texture a bit creamier. Pigmentation is fantastic too. Not overly dramatic like you would expect when first applying it.If you are already pretty into makeup & want to give cream contouring a shot, I absolutely recommend this product. It will take some getting used to but it's quite easy as soon as you have a set routine down. « less

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Sephora userDecember 28, 2015

Creamy, Pigmented & Blendable for a Glowing Finish

This is a great contouring kit and is very blendable. The tones may be a bit warm for some but they are perfect for my complexion. I apply the highlights/lowlights with cheap shadow brush and blend them with the Sephora contour brush #55. I am in love with the cream contouring because it allows for better detail than powder and it gives you a glowing (not greasy) finish.If you are OCD about where the shadow falls and blends, definitely pick this up because you can "draw" the contour then blend instead of powdering it on your face. I agree with some that it's a bit dry and typically dislike putting additional oil on my face but Garden of Wisdom's refined and scentless Passionfruit Oil (aka "Maracuja") will help - even Wholefoods has a good alt. Finish with a little bit of bronzer if not defined enough, maybe some blush and you're a glowing goddess.I will say KVD's powder contour kit is fabulous as well. It's a quick kit for to-go or day-to-day use and is more pigmented than ABH's powder version but it is a bit too cool and two colors are much too dark for me.I would not recommend this product for people with oily skin as it is a cream-based contour kit. I'm typically not used to wearing this much skin product as I have clear skin and can make up break out if you are sensitive to heavy makeup. « less

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Sephora userAugust 21, 2017

waste of money

It is waterproof foe the most part. But it kept losing it's creamy texture, and dried out. Ill use it and next day, it was hard and no pigment. I had to break it off. It happened consistently, and there isnt much product. I went through it in a week. It didnt stay put on my waterline. It wasnt clean at all, so maybe good for smokey eye. But i wont be using this again. Shame cause i use the ABH gel eyeliner, and like it. That on too dried out but after like months of use. So i figured it expired. But anywho, worst eyeliner ever.

- Sephora

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Does anyone know any good bronzers or contour palettes for fair skin?
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Angela Bui
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This is very good for defining the cheek bones I don’t reach for it to often because I like a more natural look so I use the Hoola bronzer
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anyone have a good highlight product? the one i use now is anastasia beverly hills glow palatte and i feel like it’s too metallic. i want a natural glow that’s not too metallic but it’s noticeable lol. suggestions?
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Anastasia powder contour kit has the most beautiful highlighter I’ve ever used. It’s natural and stays on throughout the entire day. I also recommend buying a sparkly eye palette!😂 I’ll be on a rush, and I won’t even pull my contour kit out, so I use the sparkly shade from my eye palette. It stays on the entire day as well, and looks very light and natural.
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I’ve used Butter Bronzer for years. Looking for something new to try. I want a bronzer that has more of a ash brown tone rather than orange. Help?
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Darla Haas
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you can really create your own bronzer shade with this palette. I can go from summer to winter by mixing different shades
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Madison Wiesen
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I need help contouring, I only use a bronzer on my cheek area and the top of my face. I would like something more or maybe a new bronzer recommendation.. I currently use the Bobby brown bronzer and it’s a little harsh and hard to blend. Are there any brunch recs also?
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Amanda Pho
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Anastasia beverly Hills contour kit! Or if you want a cheaper option, nyx also has a dupe for this kit!
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Bianca Vee
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Best contour kit/brand? Need one that won’t soak into the skin or rub off. Also not orange or grey looking. Currently using benefit hoolah to bronze and contour for a natural contour but it just disappears into my skin after a couple hours 👎🏻
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I love @Contour Kit by Anastasia is great, but a little more pricey, where as @Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzer by too faced is a little cheaper, but still well worth it!
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Hannah Drier
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This is amazing and has 2 slightly less warm/cooler tones and one true bronze color along with 3 highlighters 😊
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Elizabeth Boyd
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Anyone got any suggestions for contour/bronzer products? Also how can I tell if it is too muddy/ashy for me?? I’m honestly clueless when it comes to contouring, but for ballet I need to know how to do it. So could you also give me some advice on how to contour? 🤷🏻‍♀️😂❤️
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This kit is perfect and doesn’t have ashy tones
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Hey! So I’m new here and i need a bronzer. For a natural look. One that isn’t chalky either. Any recommendations? (Price doesn’t matter)
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mia sassenrath
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using a light hand will work out great
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My foundation is always fine no cake or nothing until I apply contour and concealer. Any tips/ products that can help?
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What helped me was making sure that the products I used weren’t expired (especially liquid makeup) and using a powdered contour. Anastasia makes a great formula and has a variety of undertones to match your skin. The trick is to use a large, fluffy brush and using light motions so you won’t remove the layer of foundation underneath. I used to use a foundation stick for my contour and I just found that it would lift my base layer or make my foundation look muddy/cakey. Also, with concealer I’ve found that applying a loose powder with a wet beauty blender immediately before it dries helps prevent lines/creases forming. I use the Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder. Hope this helps!
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