First things first, gather your materials.
You're going to be accentuating the places where shadows normally fall on the face.
Load up your brush with product by swiping it back and forth.
Brush off the excess on your hand.
Lightly bring the colour along the line you traced earlier.
Bring the excess on the brush up to the temple, and blend.
It's important to contour the whole face - bring the product into your hairline, and behind your ears. You don't want it to just stop.
Next, you're going to highlight.
You can highlight the top of the cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, under the brow bone, and your cupid's bow. You can choose as many of these as you like, depending on how natural you want your look to be.
Load the product onto your ring finger.
Pat the product along the areas you want to highlight.
If you've got a rounder face, like Nicky, you can take the contour one step further.
Here, we're using a different set of products to suit Nicky's skintone.
Bring the contour under the jawbone and blend it back behind the ear.
It's useful to think of creating the number '3' around the sides of the face.
Highlight as before. If you wish to, you could also highlight the jaw bone.
Now go and show off your cheekbones!
All make-up by Lucybloom Webb.