Bustle's Most Wanted: Benefit's Hoola Quickie Contour Stick Solved All My Bronzing Problems

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Contouring ain't easy — no matter how effortless those YouTube beauty vloggers make it look. At least that's what I believed, until Benefit's Hoola Quickie Contour Stick came out in March 2017.

Before Benefit's new contour stick, I was strictly a bronzer powder girl. Sadly, more often than not, I'd do my midday makeup check and find a dark blotchy mess (that looked like I fell in the dirt) instead of a beautifully blended bronze glow in the hollow my cheek. Who knew my contour woes could be solved by small golden stick? Benefit Cosmetics — that's who.

Hoola Quickie Contour Stick, $28, Sephora

Benefit Cosmetics has long been heralded for their incredible face products. You know, and probably love, Hoola, their signature, award-winning matte bronzer powder. I do too, so when they launched the same bronzer in creamy stick form, I was already sold.

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Hoola Quickie Contour Stick, $28, Sephora

The Hoola Quickie Contour Stick goes on creamy but stays on like a powder, which helps it blend seamlessly into your skin while lasting all day long. It's buildable, but soft enough that it looks natural, as though you just got back from a vacation — sun-kissed and glowy, just how every bronzer should make you look.

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Hoola Quickie Contour Stick, $28, Sephora

On Model: Haati Chai