Why get surgery when you can trick the human eye with makeup? Yes, highlighting and contouring can change your features if applied correctly. For example, a round face can appear slimmer; a strong jawbone can be made subtler. There are no features that highlighting can’t enhance and contouring can’t hide. You can see the work it does every day on celebrities. No, they weren’t born like that and they didn’t wake up like that. I am going to tell you how to highlight and contour using concealer.
Here’s what you need
- Two shades of concealer. One should be one to two shades lighter than your skin, and the other should be one to two shades darker than your skin.
- One beauty blender or three brushes. One should be a fluffy face brush and the other two should be concealer brushes.
- One translucent setting powder
- Put on your foundation.
- Grab the concealer that is one to two shades lighter than your skintone and highlight the areas that you want to bring more focus to, such as underneath your brows, under your eyes, down the bridge of your nose, and the middle of your chin.
- You want to blend out the concealer with one of your brushes or with your finger. You don’t want any harsh line to show.
- Take the darker shade and contour any areas that you want to bring shade to, such as underneath your cheekbone, the side of your nose, your temples, and the crease of your eyes.
- Blend out the contour you just created so that there aren’t any lines.
- Finally, take your fluffy face brush and, with some translucent powder, set your face.