5 Contour Trends for Your Bridal Shower Makeup

Your Bridal Shower is a big day, filled with family and friends. One way to achieve the perfect bridal look is by choosing the right makeup. We love contouring - especially with our QUIKK Contour Tutorial Palettes. This technique can help you enhance your natural features and create a flawless look. Here are five contour trends for your bridal shower that will make you look stunning.

1. Natural Contouring

One of the biggest makeup trends right now is natural contouring. This technique involves using a light hand to create subtle definition on your face. Instead of using a heavy hand to create dramatic contours, natural contouring focuses on enhancing your natural features. This technique is perfect for brides who want a more understated look that still looks polished and put-together.

Not sure what palette to try for this look, we suggest Quinlyn.

2. Soft Glam Contouring

Soft glam contouring is another popular trend for weddings. This technique involves using warm, neutral tones to create a subtle, yet glamorous look. Soft glam contouring focuses on creating a radiant, dewy finish that looks natural and effortless. This technique is perfect for brides who want to look glamorous without being over the top.

For this look, try Quinlyn with more shimmer or Quincy for a little more pop in your blush.

3. Dramatic Contouring

For brides who want a more dramatic look, there's always the option of dramatic contouring. This technique involves using bold, dark shades to create a more pronounced contour. This technique is perfect for brides who want a bold, statement-making look that will turn heads.

For more drama with your contouring, don't be afraid to add a few layers of the contour color. You can use sponge or foundation brush to soften any harsh lines.

4. Highlighting and Strobing

Highlighting and strobing are two techniques that have been popular for several years now, and they show no signs of going away. These techniques involve using light-reflecting products to create a luminous, glowing effect. Highlighting and strobing can be used to enhance your natural features and create a more youthful, radiant look. This technique is perfect for brides who want to look like they're glowing from within.

If you want a stronger highlight, try the Quinn. palette. It gives the best shine. However, you can also mix any of the highlighters with vaseline or aquaphor for added glow.

5. Natural Glow Contouring

Finally, natural glow contouring is a technique that's gaining popularity. This technique involves using products that have a shimmery or pearlescent finish to create a subtle, yet radiant glow. Natural glow contouring is perfect for brides who want a fresh, dewy look that looks natural and effortless.

For this look, try the underpainting technique. It looks more natural and allows the glow of your foundation and highlight to shine without overpowering the beauty of the contour.


Feeling intimidated by these techniques? No worries. At FLEKK, we provide the ultimate solution to effortless contouring. Our curated QUIKK Contour Tutorial Palettes include three luxurious, blendable shades, that create natural depth and dimension, perfect for sculpting your features to perfection. With step-by-step instructions printed right on the palette, contouring has never been easier. Use the numbered brushes for a seamless application that creates a flawless look every time.


In conclusion, these five contouring trends are perfect for brides who want to look their best for their bridal shower. Whether you prefer a natural, understated look or a bold, statement-making one, there's a contouring trend that will suit your needs. The most important thing is to choose a technique that makes you feel confident and beautiful on your big day - and at FLEKK, we're here to make makeup less complicated.

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