Here is an easy how-to contouring and highlighting tutorial. I used Covergirl Illuminator stick for highlighting, and Iman blush stick #2 for contouring. After blending I applied Wet n Wild #740 bronzer to the apples of my cheeks all the way to my temples and on either side of my nose. On my cheek bones and on the bridge of my nose I applied Virtual Face Powder "Translucent Pearl"
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Learn how to contour with only 2 products. Highlight down the bridge of your nose, on your chin, and in upward strokes on the high plane of your cheekbones and center of the forehead using truBLEND FixStick in a shade lighter than your skin tone. Create shadows using truBLEND FixStick in a darker shade by applying it in the hollows of your cheeks and along your hairline and jaw.
No matter how easy celebrities make it look on her Instagram, the struggle to perfectly contour your face is too real. While it may be one of the biggest beauty trends thanks to the way it enhances your natural beauty and facial structure, contouring is also one of the trickiest techniques to learn. But luckily, we’ve never met a red carpet beauty look we couldn’t conquer. Our pro tip: Use a contour kit to make sure your look blends seamlessly.