Are you confused about contouring? Read on!
Countouring is when you use a matte rather than shimmery powder, cream or pencil that’s darker than your skin tone to shape, define and shade your cheekbones, forehead, chin, nose. Even your lips can be contoured!
This mixed pallette from Revolution is perfect for beginners to pros!
Above is an example of where to contour for heart shaped face.
Highlighting or strobing offsets contouring by accentuating areas of your face with light concealer or highlighter.
To properly hightlight use a concealer that’s a couple of shades lighter than your skin tone or a highlighter that flatters your complexion to emphasise areas of your face that natrually catches the light.
Areas to contour for an oval face.
What tools you will need to contour!
Reflections of Me have the perfect set of 12 Pro Brushes in a handy travel set plus a selection of colourful Beauty Blender Sponges.
Blender sponges are ideal for appyling foundation and essential for contouring, making sure you never miss a spot or have a dreaded tide mark jaw line! They are an important kit in any beauty lovers makeup bag.
When it comes to highlighting, defining and applying eye makeup, our case of 12 brushes is a set that you can’t live without! Especially when it comes to fine shading, like contouring your nose.
Below is an easy guide of where and how to apply your makeup for a more sleek looking nose!