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We all know
Kim Kardashian could probably contour makeup on her face in her sleep (all those
Instagram selfies on how she highlights and contours her face proves that). But, let’s face it. Kim’s routine looks a bit daunting – maybe over-the-top – and I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t matter how much I’d love to have more defined cheekbones, I don’t have loads of time to do it. Contouring your makeup can actually be done in 3 little steps according to Sephora PRO Lead, Adi Lando (hurrah!). Here’s how to do it: “Contouring your face seems like a makeup trick that should be left for the professionals but the truth is that anyone can do it!” says Lando.
Step 1
Apply concealer and foundation to even out your skin tone, this will provide you with the perfect canvas.”
Step 2 “Highlight your T zone, forehead, down your nose and at the tip of your chin with a product like the Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked Powder in Highlight ($42.00, at This will provide you with a great glow in all the right places.”