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  • Hannah Nossa

    makeup contouring tutorial #makeup #tutorial #howto

  • Talia Saunders

    contouring tutorial. Tip I learned somewhere along the way, use a foundation 3-4 shades darker than your skintone for natural contours. Another tip I've always used is to hold a flashlight over your head, wherever on your face the light hits is where you should either add some bronzer, or highlighter, depending on the look you are going for. #lauren #conrad #contour #makeup #lips #beauty #bbloggers #highlight #tutorials

  • Lori Todt Kirby

    Lauren Conrad face contour play-by-play

  • PARFUMgeflüster

    Contouring muss nicht immer gleich übertrieben sein und geht auch schnell. Lauren Conrad zeigt wie und es sieht schön natürlich aus. #contouring #parfumgefluester #makeup #howto #gewusstwie #beauty #inspiration #laurenconrad

  • Debbie Adams Alsup

    makeup BEAUTY BASIC post designed by lauren conrad It always surprises me that for most women, contouring is often a skipped step. When you apply foundation to your entire face, you’re creating a blank canvas, making it critical to go back and add the dimensions back in. Technically, contouring is about shadows and light; if you’ve ever taken an art class you’ll remember that you use darker shading to push an area inward and lighter shading to pull an area outward. This is great for creating the appearance that you have a stronger jawline, more defined cheek bones, and a slimmer face. TOOLS: Foundation Sponge or Foundation Brush Bronzing Powder or Cream Bronzer Flat-headed Bronzing Brush   1.     Apply foundation all over face and neck with a sponge, foundation brush or fingers. 2.     Look in the mirror and suck in your cheeks.  This will instantly show you exactly where your cheekbones are.  Sweep bronzing powder/cream bronzer with a flat-headed bronzer brush just slightly under cheekbones from the hollows to your ear. 3.     Sweep bronzer in circular motions directly on temples. 4.     Contour along the hairline. 5.     Contour directly underneath your jawline. 6.     Blend edges with a sponge.

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how to contour and highlight your face {this is a must pin!} I wonder if this would still apply for best turn out photos for photography portrait sessions.

1. Apply foundation all over face and neck with a sponge, foundation brush or fingers. 2. Look in the mirror and suck in your cheeks. This will instantly show you exactly where your cheekbones are. Sweep bronzing powder/cream bronzer with a flat-headed bronzer brush just slightly under cheekbones from the hollows to your ear. 3. Sweep bronzer in circular motions directly on temples. 4. Contour along the hairline. 5. Contour directly underneath your jawline. 6. Blend edges with a sponge.

Contouring 101. Lots of work, lots of product, lots of brushes! Definitely not an every day routine, but interesting nonetheless...

Brown dots representing contour sections, white lines representing highlight sections.

When + why you should choose natural vs. synthetic bristles when it comes to blush + bronzing!

Yay, finally tips for pale girls not wanting to look like a drag queen :) Contouring & Highlighting 101 - Where To Highlight: - Under the brow - On the cheekbones - Center of the forehead - Space between nose and eyes - Middle of the chin - Down the center of the nose - Cupid’s bow (upper lip) Contour: - Sides of the nose - Sides of the chin - Hollows of the cheeks - Under the chin Blush: - Apples of the cheeks

Lauren Conrad's excellent tutorial on how to properly contour your face with bronzer, blush, and highlighting powder. Very useful to know, and it can be done with inexpensive items from the drug store!