Contour for a defined and sculpted look by adding shadows. A cream based contour is easy to work with and blends easily. Try using our sticks which will give you control over the amount of color that goes on your face. Choose a shade which is several shades darker than your skin tone.

Where To Do It:-

  • Start contouring your face first with the side of your forehead
  • Then your cheekbones
  • Followed by side of your chin
  • Also sides of your nose to make your nose appear slimmer
  • To make your lips appear fuller, contour under the bottom of your lower lip
  • Contour top of the forehead, near the hairline  to make your foreahead appear smaller

Highlighing is the opposite of contouring. It adds light to the face making the area more prominent. Use a few shades lighter then your skin tone. You may highlight under the brow bone, center of the chin and center of the nose.

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