Are you contouring me?
No, Kim Kardashian didn’t invent contouring, the technique has been around since the beginning of makeup. Makeup artists always use a foundation, creamy blush and white eyeshadow to define and reshape. Now, since contouring is a thing there are products designed to do the job for you. Pay attention and you’ll master Kim K’s beauty secret in no time.
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Line up tools: You’ll need matte powder, cream or a pencil a shade darker than your skin tone to apply on key areas. We like Contour Trio BB Stick by Physicians Formula because was designed just for that purpose.
Draw the triangle: Apply a bit of product on your nose, forehead, chin, and cheekbones. This shape is what’s going to make your face look finer.
Blend correctly: Using a beauty blender, brush or a sponge, blend the product following the lines of your face. Forehead (horizontal), nose (vertical), chin and cheekbones from the base up.
Highlight! Like the name suggest, you need to enhance your face by adding light using a concealer two shades lighter than your skin tone. The most common areas to highlight are the base of the nose, the diamond in the middle of your upper lip and cheekbones.
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