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  • April Yoder

    "10 Secrets I Learned at Makeup Artist School" I'm comfortable with a lot of makeup tricks and this still has great tips.

  • Kimberly Fowler-Triblett

    Makeup Tips Lesson No. 4: Fix your face shape, 10 Secrets I Learned at Makeup Artist School

  • Francesca Marisa

    Beauty Trick: Why you should highlight and contour!

  • Chantal

    Make up secrets. Contouring & Highlighting

  • The Makeup Blogger- Beauty Blog

    Get professional makeup artist tips on how to highlight and contour like a pro!

  • bonnie passerallo

    6 secrets I learned at makeup artist school - The Look Lesson No. 4: Fix your face shape So here's a not-so-secret confession: I hate my face. It's rounder than a Cabbage Patch Kid's and I can't stand my button nose. So when Prior says today's lesson is learning how to contour properly so you can alter your face shape and features, I'm so eager to learn I actually volunteer to be her model at the front of the class. "Contouring is the art of highlighting and shading," says Prior.

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