The secret to a healthy looking complexion is all in the contouring and highlighting. Ever since Ms Kardashian showed us her extensive contouring routine, the beauty world has gone made for recreating it. A little touch of blush, a dusting of bronzer and a delicate dab of highlighter can mean the difference between looking drab and looking fab – especially when we’re on our holidays. With the sun coming out and mini break season well and truly upon us, why not stock up on some makeup must-haves as you pass through the airport? World Duty Free has an extensive range of exclusive products, palettes, makeup bundles and much more… All completely tax free, which means more pennies to spend on another lipgloss! They’ve teamed up with makeup artist Annie Levy to bring you a fab video which takes you through the basic steps of creating a perfectly contoured look, which is great to watch as we step into spring. After I’ve swatted up, here are my top tips for highlighting and contouring.
Contour The Cheekbones
Taking a bronzing powder, start
from below the ear and delicately apply a soft layer of colour to the
cheeks. Annie says “it’s much easier to add than it is to take away,” so
make sure you use it sparingly and build the result as you go.
Sculpt The Jawline
a little bronzing powder underneath each side of the jaw line to create
a shadow. Always remember to blend away so you don’t end up with a
massive difference in colour or a tell-tale tide mark. This is an
excellent trip for sculpting the jawline and helping your face to look
Perfect The Nose
If you’ve a
slightly crocked or bent nose, using a little contouring can help give
the illusion that it’s straighter. Use a small brush from under the
eyebrow, down the side of the nose in a straight line.
Highlight Your Features
a highlighter to the high points of your face will help to further
define and sculpt the look. Applying along the cheekbone and along the
nose will provide a more defined result, perfectly complementing your
Are you a fan of highlighting and contouring?
What are your favorite products to pick up at the airport?
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