Tantour is the flattering new makeup technique for summer

With hundreds of palettes, countless different textures and an overload of shades, contouring can sometimes feel like a bit of a minefield, and pulling off a perfectly chiselled look can be seriously time-consuming.

Huda Kattan is ringing the beauty bells loud and proud to let us all know that contour is out, and tantouring is in.

So, if you’ve always felt a little overwhelmed when it comes to contour, good news is on the way.

It’s time to wave goodbye to muddy textures and razor-sharp ‘shadow’ lines and welcome the all new, fool-proof concept of Tantour, courtesy of Huda herself…

What is Tantour?

Unhappy with the selection of bronzer and contour shades available, Huda Kattan has taken matters into her own hands to create her new Huda Beauty Tantour.

Designed to combine both shadow and warmth, the cream-to-powder formula aims to provide the luminous glow of a tan while sculpting like a contour.

How do you Tantour?

Dot into contours. Using a small brush, dot Tantour along the contours of each side of the face: cheek bones, forehead, and jawline.

Blend out. With the a fluffier brush, blend the product out using a circular upwards motion for an all-over flawless finish.

Build up. If you crave a more chiselled finish, continue to build the product up until you reach your desired intensity.

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