Often in the face there is, or it seems that there is, some kind of flaw that I would like to retouch. Correcting these downsides is easier than it sounds. With makeup applied correctly, fantastic visual results can be achieved.
To reduce an overly wide nose, you need a powder one or two shades darker than your skin color and a concealer somewhere just as lighter. Draw the corrected line of the bridge of the nose: on the bridge of the nose, apply powder with a small flat brush and blend down. Do not try to narrow your nose too much, otherwise the trick will become noticeable. Then add some powder under the tip of the nose and concealer in the center of the bridge of the nose and blend too.
Plump cheeks can be easily narrowed as follows. To do this, you need two types of blush, or one type of blush and powder. The first, pale pink or peach, with a brush should be applied from the middle of the cheeks, moving to the temples, and blend, which will lengthen the face. Use a sand tone blush to highlight your cheekbones. Instead, you can take a powder a couple of tones darker than your skin. The second blush or powder is applied under the cheekbone and shaded with gentle movements directed to the lips and their corners. The same blush is applied from the top of the cheekbones to the temples and mixed with the first.
To soften the contour of a pointed chin, apply some highlighter powder in the center. Its soft shading will round out the silhouette. You can complement the makeup with matte dark powder on the tip of the chin, under it and along its entire contour: this will further expressively correct the line.
To create the illusion of a smaller forehead, you will need a wider brush and the same darker powder as used before. The powder should be applied with free strokes along the hairline and temporal zone, and then shaded until soft and semi-blurred in tone. Powder with a matte effect is applied to the center of the forehead to make it appear less voluminous.
But giving the lips a natural volume is more difficult, it will take more steps. First, a moisturizing balm. It is not necessary to apply it at all, but it will give softness and preserve the lips. Then, along the contour of the lips, above and below, a creamy highlighter is applied and shaded with your fingers. It can be slightly in the center of the lips for swelling. And the last - lipstick of natural color for all lips. And it is important not to apply it too oily, as all previous efforts will be lost. You can also use gloss that gives the effect of volume.