We have compiled a list of our favourite contours to help achieve that perfect bone structure.
For tips on where you should be applying these products take a look at Sam's tutorial on the contour trend at the end.
M.A.C Pro Sculpting Cream
Giving a natural sheer-medium coverage M.A.C sculpting creams have a superb range of colours to suit from the fairest to the darkest skin tones.
The six different shades go on as cream but dry to a powder finish. They can be used all over the face wherever a contour is needed.
£15.50 each and available in store and from www.maccosmetics.co.uk
Chanel Ombre Contraste in NotoriousThis sheer coverage contour powder is part of Chanel's limited edition collection Contrastes Essentiels de Chanel for Autumn/Winter 2012.
Beautifully packaged in a classic chanel mirrored compact with added small contour brush.
This domed matte powder has a grey/lilac tint and would be best used on skin tones ranging from light through to medium. Also amazing in the crease on they eye for a subtle smokey look.
Exclusively available from 21st Sepember 2012 in Chanel Boutiques, Harrods, Selfridges, John Lewis W1, House of Fraser Glasgow and Fenwick Newcastle.
Priced at £31.00
Sleek Make-up Face Contour KitSleek have three powder contour kits called light, medium and dark.
We have found the light and medium colours to be slightly orange for a good subtle contour however the dark kit is a great contour on darker skin tones.
Including a matte contour and an illuminating highlighter with a mirrored lid this is an affordable duo at £6.49.
Available from www.sleekmakeup.com