Implementing cosmetics can quickly become a complicated art. There are so many different techniques and styles that it takes serious training to call you a cosmetics artist. That said, there are always hints and techniques cosmetics artists use that you can try at home. One of these techniques is known as shaping.
Let’s know what is called contouring?
Contouring is a method of shading and featuring certain areas of the experience to create different perspectives and focus points. Contouring can be used to bring out small face or give a square experience some softer curves.
Contouring is only really meant to be used in black configurations, and completely inappropriate for sunlight, such as a day at the beach. You want to try shaping at deeper configurations, such as a romantic dinner or at a club.
Usually your face required three most important areas for contouring one is cheeks second is forehead and third one is nose. In my next article I will discuss about how to contour you’re those important areas with the help of contouring brush.
How to Contour your face with the help of contouring brush?
Applying cosmetics for shaping requires three powders: your frequent shade, a shade a little bit deeper than frequent and a shade a little bit brighter. You also want a special shaping contour brush. A contour brush is the angled round sweep that usually comes in a brush set.
Use a shaping brush to position a lighting cleaning of deeper shade powder in the position that needs shaping. Then use the brush to gently powder the brighter powder in the position that needs featuring. Use a brush with which you are comfortable in a daily basis, to gently powder your frequent powder over the shaped position for combination.