Top beauty blogger Huda Beauty caused a stir on Instagram when she posted her latest contouring tutorial - using sellotape.
Yep, that's right - sticking sellotape to your face can help you create perfectly angular lines, as seen in her mini video below.
"Easiest way to contour your face!" she captioned the post.
"I know that it hasn't been that long since I posted this video but I just wanted to say thank you so much for making it #2 most liked on my #topnineinstagram2015 I will be making a lot more similar videos! Let me know what you want to see more of in 2016."
Definitely more sticking household objects to your face please, Huda.
Xtina's bronzer-blush competes with her faux glow and platinum curls. While her highlighting powder appears to be in all the right places (above the brows and cheeks, on the cupid's bow and chin), it fails to bring light back into her face because of excessive contouring. Getty Images
To brighten up a fair complexion like Sandra's, use a peachy bronzer-blush combination to brighten cheekbones. Highlighter is also key to soften up a square jawline. Getty Images
Harsh contour lines drawn down her cheekbones instead of along the midpoint, make Kim appear unnatural. Getty Images
For women with darker skin tones, the supermodel's use of highlight powder on the T-zone and deep shadows along the hairline, sides of the nose and underneath the cheekbones is a perfect example of spot-on contouring. Getty Images
Lindsay painted bronzer onto her face as if it were war paint. A softer shade brushed gently along her cheeks and jawline (plus, subtler, smokey eye makeup) would've made a HUGE difference. Getty Images
Dawson's facial features standout even more thanks to a contour powder that isn't extremely darker than her olive tone complexion. Getty Images