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    Share your recommendations here!
    For highlight I love the Carli Bybel palette & an LA Girl concealer in porcelain and for contour I use a Make-Up Geek contour powder in 'Break Up', really good for us pale girls! There's also a dupe for the powder (£6.95) in an ebay powder contour palette (£1.51) but it contains mineral oil :/
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    (Original post by birdie95)
    Share your recommendations here!
    For highlight I love the Carli Bybel palette & an LA Girl concealer in porcelain and for contour I use a Make-Up Geek contour powder in 'Break Up', really good for us pale girls! There's also a dupe for the powder (£6.95) in an ebay powder contour palette (£1.51) but it contains mineral oil :/

    I didn't get on with make-up geek eye shadow but I'd be up for trying the brand again. Being pale is soooo hard.

    I quite like MAC Mineralize skin finish but there is something not quite right with it and I'm looking to switch.
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    kevyn aucoin sculpting powder for sure
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    I didn't get on with make-up geek eye shadow but I'd be up for trying the brand again. Being pale is soooo hard.

    I quite like MAC Mineralize skin finish but there is something not quite right with it and I'm looking to switch.
    The contour powders are amazing in terms of colour range because there are colours for cool and warm undertones! But they kick up quite a bit of fallout and they do require a bit of blending, then again for 7 quid you can't really complain!
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    (Original post by scottishgirl163)
    kevyn aucoin sculpting powder for sure
    This has been on my beautybay wishlist for months, got to man up and spend the money I think!
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    (Original post by birdie95)
    This has been on my beautybay wishlist for months, got to man up and spend the money I think!
    Honestly its so good! Have you tried the new l'oread sculpt palette its also very good but its a cream to powder formula instead of powder! Highly recommend. Also the Illamasqua Gel Sculpt is also one of my favourites
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    Lush charisma and feeling younger skin tint
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    The mayyebeline Master Sculpt is amazing and relatively cheap it really blends well into the skin no matter what your skin tone and whenever i wear it i always seem to get compliements. Hope this has helped.
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    Mary-lou manizer by The Balm. Hand down, favourite highlighter
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    For bronzer, the body shop honey bronze powder bronzer is my favourite! It's easy to blend and lasts!!! Still looking for a good matte highlighter though!
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    I use Smashbox which is nice but its so light you can hardly tell you're wearing it.

    It's a powder contour / highlighter so I think maybe I should try something different...


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    benefit's hoola bronzer works AMAZINGLY on me
    my friend recommended superdrug's revolution highlighter in the whiter/less peachy shade and it's really good and pigmented and shows up really well
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    I really like MAC's Lightscapade to highlight with, haven't really found a contour colour that is grey enough (like a shadow) but also not super dark to use. Don't really care for contouring a whole lot though. Too much effort, lol.
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    (Original post by Pathway)
    I really like MAC's Lightscapade to highlight with, haven't really found a contour colour that is grey enough (like a shadow) but also not super dark to use. Don't really care for contouring a whole lot though. Too much effort, lol.
    try kevyn auction sculpting powder amazing
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    (Original post by scottishgirl163)
    try kevyn auction sculpting powder amazing
    how much is it?
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    The 'Too Faced' Cocoa Contour Kit is fab

    A highlighter I'd definitely recommend is the Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked powder in #1
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    how much is it?
    about £35 i believe but well worth it a little goes a very long way
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    i use Mac soft and gentle for highlight and i love it!! also i use maybeline master sculpt for contour but only for the cheek bone line thing (dont know how to explain it hahah) and then i go over it and round my face with bronzer
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    Artist of makeup for contour and highlighting stick..

    If it was powder id use SEVENTEEN.




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