When Kim Kardashian revealed that her flawless complexion was the result of a make-up trend involving contouring and highlighting, I remember thinking, "There's no way I could pull this off anyway," even if the idea of high cheekbones and great skin did sound super appealing. Well, it seems that I wasn't the only one intrigued by this concept. Now, different brands and beauty gurus are developing easy-to-use products and guides for ladies, like myself, who can barely handle basic foundation and bronzer in the morning.

After checking out some simple tutorials online, like the one shown above, I've found that the most important part of the trend is to buy a great product that matches your skin tone to ensure you're given an au naturale look. I've researched three sculpting kits that were given positive reviews and are available in a range of colors, all at a decent price. 

Sephora Collection Sculpting Disk, $21, Sephora

Make Up For Ever, Sculpting Kit, $49, Make Up For Ever

Sleek MakeUP Face Contour Kit, $8.50, SleekMakeUP

Have any of you Lovelies tried contouring? What are your thoughts on this beauty trend?

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