Do you contour and highlight your face? Sometimes, a person might not contour and highlight because she is not sure what to do. So, we are going to break it down today.
Simple Facts to Consider
When contouring, we use light and dark shades to create an illustration. Light shades defines and creates contrast. Whereas, the dark shades create shadows and contours.
FRAME Your Forehead with a dark shade along hairline and a touch of ligh shade in center of forehead.
PLAY UP Your Cheekbones with light shade on top and dark shade in hollows of cheeks.
NARROW Your Nose with dark and light shades.
DEFINE Your Jawline and create a thinner-looking face and scuplted chin.
Got You Covered with the Contour and Hightlight Collection
The new 2-In-1 Contour Stick easily sculpts and defines with light and dark sides on opposite ends of the stick. The silky powder-gel gldes on faces for smooth buildable coverage. It has an oil-absorbing formula and a matte finish in three shade combinations of light, medium, and deep.
2 Ways to Glow
The Highlight and Illumminate Collection is for an overall glow sheen or targeted pop of light for a look that’s simply brilliant.
The Allover Glow adds a pop to the cheekbones and bridge of the nost natural brightness and radiance. The True Color Moonlit Highlighting Powder has an ultrafine pearl finish. The silky smooth powder gives buildable sheer to medium coverage.
The Targeted Glow lifts brows, brightens eyes and highlights Cupid’s bow for a dewy glow. The True Color Illuminating Stick provides a luminous pearlescent finsh. The cream-to-powder formula locks in moisture, blends easily, and melts into skin.
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