We can’t thank Kim Kardashian enough for showing us the advancement of chiseled cheekbones and contoured jawlines. If you face real struggle doing it on your own, below are few tricks which might be helpful for you to have a perfect look easily.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT PRODUCT IS IMPORTANT
your contouring must look natural and non-patchy, that’s why to select the right shade for your skin. Two tones darker from your skin tone is preferably the best contour color. A contour cream shade or stick is easy to apply if you are new in contouring. For bronzer, make sure you take a matte one.
CONTOUR THE RIGHT AREAS
select where you want to contour wisely. Don’t draw contour line all over your phone. Choose the part you want to contour and use its technique accordingly.
USE THE RIGHT TOOLS
Using any tool is just stupidity. There are specific tools for contouring as it is done in a specific shape, so you need to have the right tools. For nose and other smaller areas use a narrow angled brush and for bronzer choose the large angled brush. Use a sponge for cream contour.
BLEND FOR LONG LONG TIME
Your contouring must be well- defined and also look natural. People don’t really understand that they end up leaving visible lines. Blending is the key part of contouring “Layering powder over cream product can give the contour a natural, shadow-like appearance rather than a muddy tone,” advises makeup artist, Mansi Mehta Kothari.
EASY PEASY NUMBER 3
Number 3 is the easiest trick to contour. With a contour stick, trace number 3 and from the center of the hairline start tracing number 3 to beneath the cheekbones and then beneath the jawline. This is where shadows hit the face naturally and are the most common areas to concede. Use your brush or sponge to blend it in and discover a more chiseled face!