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9 Cream Contour Kits to Buy if You Can't Get Your Hands on Kim K's

The Kontouring Kraze is far from over, people
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Just when you thought the kontour kraze was over, well-known brands like Hourglass and Kat Von D (and Kim K, duh) went ahead and launched brand new cream contour kits in their spring/summer/fall 2017 collections.

We understand that summer is not the time to pile on heavy makeup or super-chiseled looks. But now that fall has officially arrived, you can bet that we're hopping right back onto the contouring bandwagon -- except this time using creams rather than powders.

Since skin does tend to be more dry, flaky, and textured during the fall to winter months, it only makes sense that cream contour kits are currently in everyone's makeup bags. Powders have the tendency of sticking to texture in the skin making makeup more visible (and ain't nobody got time for that).

When it comes to cream contour, there are a few different ways to apply shades to get the best results. Opting for a handy tool like a blending brush or Beauty Blender is ideal, as these instruments make it easier to blend the colors out so they look as natural as possible. For that I-woke-up-like-this finish, make sure to set your creams with a powder to ensure that they'll last all day. Dry-skin gals will be best off using a very finely milled powder like the Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Microfinishing Loose Powder while those with more oily skin will dig the Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder.

Now click ahead to see some of our absolute favorite cream contour kits for fall.

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Everyone loves a good deal, especially when it comes to makeup -- and this six-shade cream contour kit for under $20 is definitely something we'd call #winning. Two highlighting hues and four contouring shades that blend so easily let you sculpt your face to magical perfection. Note: those with darker complexions may want to look elsewhere.

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While this cream contour kit is a bit on the pricey side, you won't believe how incredibly blendable, natural and perfectly pigmented it is. Use a brush to get the most color payoff, then a sponge to seamlessly blend out.

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We all know and love the original Kat Von D powder contouring kit, so when she released a cream contour kit, we just knew it would be a hit. Bonus? The palette is refillable, so you can just pop out the shades you've finished and replaced those with new pans.

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This creamy Anastasia contour and highlight set was actually one of the first to be released when contouring first blew up. If your skin is on the dry side, add a couple drops of your favorite facial oil to this palette to make the formula creamier.

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BY KRISTEN BOUSQUET | OCT 5, 2017 | SHARES
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