Cream Contouring 101 | Rutele

This has been the number one question I have been getting from people around me for a couple of years now…basically since I got really into makeup! Contouring is always something that people are seriously afraid of!

I decided to start a little series on my channel called 101 which will be breaking down the steps of makeup application that people tend to be intimidated by! Of course I wanted to start with the #1 scare…CREAM CONTOURING!

As mentioned in the video, I am using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contour Palette in Light. If you have a concealer that is two shades lighter than you and a concealer that is two shades darker than you, that will work. Use one to highlight and the other to contour. Listed below will be the ABH Palette and cheaper alternatives. 🙂

ABH Cream Contour Palette
https://tinyurl.com/lxzatd4

BH Cosmetics Studio Pro Cream Contour Palette
https://tinyurl.com/mrmmx5t

Benefit Cosmetics Hoola Cream to Powder Quickie Contour Stick
https://tinyurl.com/l74ke2r

Hope you enjoy and subscribe to my channel for all of the other scares that I will be breaking down 🙂

Let’s be friends!
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XOXO, Rutele.

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Hi beautiful people! I am originally from Lithuania but have been in the USA for about 15 years. I currently reside in Florida, the sunshine state. I am in my early twenties and just graduated from a university with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Advertising. Ever since I was a little girl I have been very interested in fashion, beauty, and makeup. As I grew older, I also became intrigued by traveling. This is what this blog is all about. I want to share my trial and errors and hopefully help others by learning new things, or maybe just encouraging to try out things you normally wouldn't. I hope you enjoy this blog! To keep up to date with the latest posts, please subscribe. XOXO Ruta.

2 thoughts on “Cream Contouring 101 | Rutele

    1. Awh thank you so much ❤ Im glad I could help even if its in the tiniest bit! Its all about playing around with your face structure and seeing where it all fits in while following the general guidelines!

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