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Part 2 Doing Liquid Contouring

Oct 23, 2017

Part  2 Doing Liquid Contouring


*Prepare a darker color for liquid contouring. After you have done your foundation and you've concealed your imperfections, you can go ahead and use a darker foundation, or a dark, matte, cream blush.

*Accentuate your cheek bones. Find the hollows of your cheek bones. Draw a straight line, from your ears to the middle of your cheek. Do this on both sides. With a clean foundation brush, a Beauty Blender, or a small stippling brush, blend back and forth, and then blend slightly upwards a bit.

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*Accentuate your cheek bones. Find the hollows of your cheek bones. Draw a straight line, from your ears to the middle of your cheek. Do this on both sides. With a clean foundation brush, a Beauty Blender, or a small stippling brush, blend back and forth, and then blend slightly upwards a bit.

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*Make your forehead look smaller. Find the arch or your eyebrows. Draw a straight line up to your hairline. Do it on both sides. Then draw a horizontal line from the left line to the right line that you drew before. Make sure to leave at least 1/4 in between your hairline and the horizontal line. Blend everything outwards.

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*Hide your "Turkey Neck," (Double Chin). Find your jaw line. Draw a line all along your bottom jaw line, very close to your neck. Blend downwards towards your neck.

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*Connect everything, and complete the look. Connect everything drawing a three along the sides of your face.

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*Make your nose look smaller. To make your nose look smaller, draw a straight line on both sides of your nose. Connect both lines at the tip of your nose, drawing a "U" shape. Now, look for the crease of your eyes. Draw a curved line, kind of like you were doing a cream eyeshadow look. Connect the crease line with the lines on the sides of your nose. Blend outwards.