Hello everyone, today I am actually excited to teach you something really special. Its kinda secret to a gorgeous makeup, but we just don’t know about it or feel it really laborious. But let me make it a bit easier for you.
Contouring has been a beauty secret of the stars for far too long, but is now the makeup trend everyone is talking about! Why contour, you say? Well, if like us you want cheekbones a supermodel would be proud of, contouring is the neat beauty trick you need in your life.
Contouring are two crafty li’l tricks that you can use to enhance your bone structure and make it look like you’re constantly under the most flattering movie lighting possible. Even if you’re not going to an event, it’s fun to experiment with elements of ~drama~ in your makeup. Our makeup Guide to Contouring will show you how to use shadowing and highlighting to define and shape your features in the most flattering of ways. The aim is simply to accentuate your natural features by enhancing and defining your profile. So, give this beauty trick a try, grab a mirror, makeup brushes and a contour kit, and let’s get sculpting!
How to Contour – Step by Step
With the darker of the two stick foundations, Trace the temples. If you have a larger forehead, carry straight into the hairline to minimize it. To bring out your cheekbones, find the hollow part by placing your fingers on the sides of your face, and where you feel it dip underneath the bones, just above is where you place your pigment. With the nose, you can go a little bit narrower at the tip or you can carry it into the brow if you have a shorter nose to add length or width.
Take a damp beauty blender and tap over the area of the contour color, merging it into your base foundation. Tap in small circular motions using the bigger, rounded end of the beauty blender because it has more space. But for details like the sides of the nose, I flatten it and squeeze it into my hands.
STEP 3: GET LIT
Concentrate the lighter foundation stick underneath your eyes. If you want to go crazy you can do a little bit in the center of the forehead and on the chin, and the bridge of the nose. Blend any excess product with a damp beauty blender.
With a fluffy brush, dust the entire face with loose powder. Translucent is best for securing a cream foundation. Very subtle. I sharpen some parts of my face with Miss Fame-level skills every day now, and it makes a difference. Even my therapist noticed! Try it and let me know how it goes.
So don’t worry about your makeup now, glam up with some tricks and every one of the person surely going to notice you. Till then take care and be glamorous.