An angular face is what most makeup artists aim to achieve on their client’s faces because of popular demand and contouring/highlighting is the best way to do it. Facial contouring consists of highlighting places you want to stand out, and shading places you want to recede.
Contouring helps give a more defined, angular appearance and also helps define your features, creating the appearance of higher cheekbones and a slimmer nose and chin. Proper highlight and contour can completely transform your bone structure hereby transforming your face.
Although Contouring seems easy, it can be a tad difficult to carry out without the right makeup tools and also applying can be dicey if the areas to be highlighted are not properly highlighted and vice vera.
Items you’d need:
- Foundation/concealer darker than your skin shade.
- A beauty blender.
- Setting powder.
NB: When choosing a contour color, pick a shade that a bit darker than your skin, the same goes for highlighting.