As a MakeUp Artist highlighting and contouring the face is a specialty for me, all though you should always love every part of your body, there is nothing wrong with a little illusion to create a look you want. Here are a few tips:Always remember, when you want to hide something use darker shades.
|Nikki's artist highlighted under her cheeks to give her the illusion of high cheek bones.|
" " when you want to highlight, use brighter shades.
*To down play a wide nose shade either sides of the nose.
To keep skin from looking washed out under bright lights use foundation thats one shade darker than your skin tone (fair skin only).
|Bronzer used, but not a lot|
To look more alert, use powder one shade lighter than skin tone to use as an undereye highlighter. Some prefer to use a white pencil under the eye as a highlighter to give the same effect.
*Longer lipstick wear, dab loose powder on lips