looks intimidating but trust this.think of your face as a plain. highlights are bright and are the hills whereas countours are dark and are the valleys. use bronzer or darker eyeshadows (in the crease) to create depth or contour, and use illuminators, highlighting pencils, etc. to brighten up the face for the highlight areas. it will make a huge difference. :D
Highlight & Contour for YOUR face shape! Use these methods to "reshape" YOUR face. There is NO ONE METHOD to do it properly for everyone. Study your face & decide what you want to highlight (bring forward, look larger, call attention to) or to contour (push back, diminish, "hide" in the shadows). All shape is a combination of light & dark... adjust accordingly.
A bold eyebrow isn’t only on trend, it automatically helps you look more pulled together – and it’s easy to do! STEP 1: Brush eyebrow hair upwards with an eyebrow brush or spoolie. STEP 2: Use a brow powder or pencil to define the lines. STEP 3: Add depth and fill in gaps with light upward strokes for a natural look – never drag back and forth. STEP 4: Add a touch of highlighter or concealer right beneath the brow bone for an open-eyed look.
#I love great contouring :) and Im so pleased to share a beautiful highlight and contour before and after by @glam_her_booth ✨ Full steps below 1⃣Starting from the nostrils draw a line upwards past the lash line and extended almost to the hairline 2⃣Add contouring to areas you want to define and or slim down [cheekbones, nose, jawline, and chin] 3⃣Picture 4 shows the progress as you start to blend it helps to WORK FROM THE OUTSIDE IN- contouring along the hairline and jawline will…