While contouring has become an essential part of one's makeup routine, it has also been clearly stated that it is way different with bronzing. However, the Duchess of Cambridge being the makeup and fashion icon that she is, shows to everyone that contouring with bronzer is possible.
During the recently held National Portrait Gala dinner event, as reported in Telegraph, Kate Middleton rocked a matte bronzer for her perfect contour. She got away with it looking fresh with her healthy and dewy skin. The report suggests using an illuminating primer to achieve that healthy bronze contoured glow coupled with matte bronzers such as Givenchy Healthy Glow Powder and NYX Matte Bronzing Powder.
Other great bronzers that would not only bring glow to your face but also best for having contoured cheeks, according to Glamour, include Beached Bronzer by Urban Decay, Beach Stick Ibiza by Charlotte Tilbury, Amazonian Clay Matte Waterproof Bronzer by Tarte, Chocolate Soleil Bronzer by Too Faced, Soleil de Chanel by Chanel, and Ambient lighting bronzer by Hourglass. Others products who also made the list are the famous Nars' Laguna Bronzing Powder, Benefit's Hoola Bronzer and Make up Forever's Bronzing Powder.
Last March, during the Gala event, Kate Middleton also stunned everyone with her emerald green ensemble a similar shade to her coat worn during St. Patrick's Day. The Duchess gave life to the color with her beautiful Alice Temperley dress made out her favorite material - lace.
The Dutchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is also best known for being a "royal recycler." In a previous report, Kate managed to wear her blue Michael Kors tweed coat for the third time while attending to an event in London. She styled this with a wide-brimmed hat, suede pumps, and gloves. That coat, which is just one of the many pieces that she has reused and glammed, was first worn during a memorial event in Australia way back 2014 which was followed by its second appearance in 2016 during an event in the Hampton Court Palace.
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