Highlight and Contour is a little trick you can use to enhance your bone structure. It creates light and dark areas to sculpt and shapes the face in a pleasing way. Using highlighting and contouring, you can manipulate the shape of your face to appear more sculptured.
For a natural highlight and contour, try using a face contour that is not too light or too dark.
Here is a guide to put you through on how to achieve a flawless look.
1. Know your face shape; this helps you decide where to place your highlights and contours and what features you’d like to define or downplay.
2. Consider your skin tone.
3. Pick the appropriate brushes; tapered or flat brush for highlight, angled contour or blush brush for contour and a blending sponge.
4. Know where to shade; this includes your forehead, cheekbone, jaw and nose.
5. Highlight strategically; It is important because it brings the light back into your face, but then again you don’t want to overdo it. Areas to pay attention to includes your forehead, nose, under your eye area (above your cheekbones), chin and above your jaw line.
6. Blend, blend, blend!
Remember when choosing your contour and highlight colours, don’t go for shades that are drastically lighter or darker than your natural skin tone.
Go ahead and define your features like a pro with ZaronCosmetics contour kit known as the “Face Definer” which comes in powder form and contains highlight, contour and bronzer.
Let the sculpting begin!!!