Chiseled cheekbones, neat nose, almond-shaped eyes, puffy lips - what girl would not want to look like that? Even if your features are far from perfect, light-contouring will come to the rescue. This light technique does not take you much time, but will quickly achieve the desired result.
Choose the correct correctorIt is important to remember: the sculptor means imitates shadows on the face - that's why its shade should not be unnatural. Avoid products with a distinct red or red podton: this pigment will be too noticeable on the skin. Corrector gray-brown color (taup) can be considered universal: by varying the amount of pigment, you can get expressive shadows or delicate ones. Texture is also important: cream sticks, kushons and pallets make it possible to create a more sophisticated coating, puddles - are easier to shade and better fit on oily skin.
Determine the correction zonesDo not follow blindly the standard scheme - your face is individual and requires a more thoughtful approach. Remember the main rule of light-contouring: the dark corrector processes those areas that need to be visually hidden or done less. Thus, you need to define your own makeup tasks and create your own "contouring map".
Correct the correctorIf you prefer a natural make-up, apply the corrector in front of the foundation after applying the primer. This method really works: contouring as a basis will correct facial features, but it will not be visible to others. If you inflicted too much money or missed with the selected zones - just carefully dilute it with a wet sponge, and then add some tonal fluid.
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