Contouring and emphasizing are like chocolate syrup and vanilla ice cream: greatest collectively. To begin with, let us examine these makeup methods prior to getting into the mind boggling contouring maps which follow.
Contouring is if you use a matte (read: not shimmery) powder, lotion, or penproduct that’s two shades darker than the skin tone to color areas you want to specify or reshape, such as your nose, brow, chin, and cheekbones.
Highlighting (or strobing) offsets contouring by enriching regions of your face with mild concealer or highlighter. To correctly emphasize or strobe, use a concealer that has two shades lighter than your skin tone or a highlighter that flatters your complexion to highlight the areas of the face that obviously capture the light.