Hello again. I’m Brooke on the set with CoverGirl. And today, I’m going to show you guys how to highlight and contour your face. I swear it is not as hard as you think it is. Hit all the right angles with a few of these sweet tricks.
Before we start with our highlighting and contouring, let’s start with a base. For this, I’m going to use CoverGirl Outlast Stay Fabulous 3 in 1 Foundation in Buff Beige #825. It has amazing lasting power.
Plus, it’s a primer, concealer, and foundation all in one. Girl, you about to look good. It’s important to begin with a good base before contouring because your skin and base layer will always be visible.
Start with a dab of makeup on your cheeks, nose, and forehead. Or start all from the center of your face. Begin blending with a clean finger or triangle sponge. Blending outward will help you avoid severe lines near your neck and hairline.
Keep blending until you’ve achieved an even tone. Your skin is looking fabulous. Now it’s time to move on to the highlighting and contouring. For this, I’ll be using CoverGirl TruMagic, the Sunkisser, and CoverGirl TruMagic, the Luminizer.
What’s great about the Sunkisser is that it has a matte finish and it’s skin-perfecting. The Luminizer, on the other hand, has controlled shine. I’ll be using these to create highlight and depth for my contours.
Contouring adds depth with darker tones. Swipe the TruMagic Sunkisser in the hollows of your cheekbones, hairline, and jawline. For your cheekbones, use the top of your ear and the corner of your lip to imagine a guideline.
Before blending, you may look a bit like a tribal warrior. You can also use it to contour the sides of your nose to make it look narrower. I like contouring just the tip of my nose to make it look less bulbous.
Blend well to make sure the hard lines disappear. For luminous highlights, take the TruMagic Luminizer and apply on the lower part of your forehead, the bridge of your nose, middle of your chin, and your Cupid’s bow.
Once you’ve highlighted and contoured, blend with a brush to eliminate all hard lines. Well now that you’re looking like a supermodel, let’s put the finishing touches on the look. For this, I’m going to use CoverGirl & Olay Pressed Powder.
I like to use Light Medium #340. What’s super-great about this is that it softens the look of imperfections, and it never leaves my skin feeling cakey or heavy. With a clean brush or puff, I’ll then apply powder evenly to set my makeup.
My cheekbones look darn near sky-high, if I don’t say so myself. That was easy. It was breezy. And you know what I’m going to say, beautiful. Bye. Now I want to tell you guys that if you like this content, then check out more from CoverGirl and subscribe to our channel by clicking this button here.
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