Face contour guide

It just seems that the Kim Kardashian face contour is becoming more and more popular.
Every girl has the right to enhance their features and brings light and shadows to their face. However, I personally feel that this is not an everyday look, sometimes it’s nice to go outside with a little bit of concealer, lipgloss, and mascara.
In order to achieve the right face contour, you must have the right tools and techniques, I snatched this pictures from Tumblr to keep them for future reference for me, and to share with you.

Highlight: You must highlight parts of your face that you want to emphasize and exaggerate light to it. so highlight the high points of your face such as the center of your forehead, down the bridge of your nose, under your eyes, high points of your cheeks, cupids bow, and the center of your chin. You can highlight your face by using a concealer 2 shades lighter than your skin tone and you can set it with a translucent white powder.

Bronze: By using Bronze you create shadows and depth on your face, this adds dimension to your face so it doesn’t look so flat. bronzing is very important when it comes to taking pictures. Apply bronzer on the corners of your forehead, the sides of your nose to make it look slimmer, the center of your cheeks (make a fish face and apply the bronze in the part where your cheek sucks in) and around your jawline to define your face and to cast a shadow on your face and neck.

Blending: Blending is very important because it erases the harsh lines and makes the face contour look softer and more natural. I like to use a big fluffy brush and blend the makeup softly across my face, then I add powder to set it in.



Hopefully, this helped you contour like a pro! Never be afraid to play around with your makeup and see what works best for you. remember you want to enhance certain parts and reduce others, you know your face better than anyone, so don’t be afraid to break certain rules. Have fun! xoxo

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