Pricey vs Priceline

Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Contour Sticks

by Madeleine Borgersen

Looking to get your contour on? Cream contours are one of the best ways to get that gorgeous shape to your face. We’ve compared a cult list and a new cheapie newcomer to see where you should splash the cash!

Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Contour Sticks

NARS – The Multiple (Altai & Luxor) – $56

Great products to easily create a contour the NARS Multiples in Altai (contour) and Luxor (highlight) are some definite favourites for a gorgeous sculpted look.

Easily applied via the tube and blended out they’re fantastic to apply underneath your base to achieve a subtle contour end-result or applied over the base for a more chiseled, Giselle Bundchen-esque bone structure.

Luxor, the highlight colour, is a definite dewy and shimmery highlight with a sheer finish. Altai, the contour, is a traditional matte finish and the lightest shade in their bronze multiple collection.


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4 responses to “Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Contour Sticks”

  1. Woohoo! Glad the cheaper option won!

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  3. blogrekindled says:

    I think I might try the Models Prefer. I was never sold on the look of powder contour on me, I think cream would be much easier to blend and look more natural.

    • I find cream a lot easier to work with! For a subtle contour I like to apply the contour product, then put foundation or bb cream over the top. That way when you’re buffing in your foundation youre also blending out your contour. Super quick! x