Is this what they mean when they say “bang for the buck?”
For reasons that haven’t yet been made clear, people are using Christian Louboutin heels as guidelines for contouring their faces. Yes, beloveds. Shoe-lovers who can afford to spend on a single pair of heels what some pay in rent are not putting said heels on their feet, but holding them up to their faces only to get them covered in foundation and powder. Below, an instance of ~stiletto contouring~.
Skip the knife and tape contour. Heel contour for the win (If you don't have a sense of humor, leave my page)❣❣❣❣❣Details: Lashes: @HudaBeauty @ShopHudaBeauty in "Scarlett" Contour: @AnastasiaBeverlyHills Cream Contour Kit in "Medium" Setting Powder: Ben Nye "Banana Powder" Hydrating spray: MAC Fix + Highlight: Becca Cosmetics "Champagne Pop" Lips: @TarteCosmetics Tartiest glossy lip paint in "Hella" lined with @NYXCosmetics "Natural" lip liner
Why one would be compelled to do this is beyond me. If I had a pair of Louboutins, I’d Beauty and the Beast those puppies and put them in a case like the enchanted rose. And as you’re about to learn, Kim Kardashian has declared contouring dead so this was pretty much all for nothing, anyway.
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— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) May 23, 2016
We asked couples to try on Kylie Jenner’s lip glosses and what happened was priceless. Find out in the clip below.