2. First things first, gather your materials.
You will need:
1. A dark shadow for contouring, and a highlighter for highlighting. We’re using Tom Ford Highlight and Contour Palate, with Pearl Cream Colour Base by MAC as a highlighter. It’s important to get a shadow that is matte not glittery - you’re going to be creating a shadow. The lighter colour (your highlighter) can have a shimmer in it.
2. A tapered brush. We’re using a MAC number 168 brush. You could also use a normal blusher brush. You could use a sponge if you wanted, but this will require a lot more blending.
3. You’re going to be accentuating the places where shadows normally fall on the face.
So first of all, below the cheekbone. Using your brush, measure a straight line with your brush from your ear to the side of your mouth - like if you sucked in your cheeks. This is where you will put the contour.
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