Just look at that colour. Do you know what colour that is? Find any random object that casts a shadow and tell me that Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder in Medium is not the exact faded combination of gray, brown, purple, and black that makes up a shadow.
Don't bother. This is that colour.
One of my favourite finds I think ever in the history of my makeup collection. I honestly don't recall ever having used anything so consistently since the day I purchased it. It was love at first review search, and I haven't looked back since.
I've never been particularly obsessed with contouring on myself -- my face just didn't seem like the right candidate for contouring. I love contouring other people, don't get me wrong, but when it came to my own face, I had a hard time placing the exact location of where I wanted my cheekbones to be, and how far I wanted them to extend. Let me tell you, getting both the colour and the placement wrong? Lindsay can tell you about that..
I briefly dabbled in a world of MAC Emote, Benefit Hoola and Chanel Bronze Universel, but none of them were ever quite right. I've come a long way since the days of hopelessly trying to carve out a cheekbone with the considerably shimmery NARS Casino, or trying to keep NYX Taupe from turning pink on my extremely olive skin. I can't even photograph it correctly because it just looks like a shadow on my arm. This is it. I've found it.