|prepped, no contour|
1. Hallows of the cheeks, or above the jawbone. Trick is to do the fish face to find it. (suck in cheeks please!)
2. Forehead as mine is a bit wide and protruding
3. Sides oft the nose because I have flat and fatty big nose (thanks to my dad's side!)
4. jawbone to lessen appearance of my double chin.
5. Temples to lessen the roundness of my face.
There are a few things I would recommend you do before you start contouring:
1. Determine your face shape. Are you a round face like me, square or apple-shaped?
For reference, I have a round face. (isn't it obvious? hehehe!)
2. Try to imagine your face oval and see what you need to shade in order to achieve that.
I will lessen the highlight on lower side of my face and to shade sides of my nose.
3. Less is more, so go easy on the contouring powder.
Remember to do tap the ferrule or to dab the excess off on the back of your hand.
4. Determine the event you're going to..
But my advise is to keep it natural at all times
5. Blend! Blend! Blend! The biggest mistake we can do when contouring is to not blend out harsh lines. We want shadows and highlights, not distinct lines.
Make sure there's gradation in between your contours.
When you've applied too much, dial it down with your two-way cake foundation or pressed powder.
Do you contour your face? Tell me your thoughts about face contouring! :)