Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer SPF20.. Doesn't look like you're wearing anything, just looks like you have naturally even skin.
This figure shows where and how to apply the basic outline (dark tone) that "sinks", gives the impression of depth and where to apply the lighting (which can be a corrective or a clear base a few shades lighter than your skin). The light tone highlights. Notice the nose: the dark side and the top course, this will narrow down "nariga" which is a beauty.
YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE CHARTS Here are some ideas for facial contouring. If you have dry to normal skin, creamy products are recommended because they give a more natural look. But for those who have oily and acne-prone skin, you are better off sticking to powders like a bronzer. Remember, a little shading goes a long way and always proof check your masterpiece under natural daylight.