This has been made popular over the past 2 years by a few celebrities, but as a matter of fact, the technique has been in use for over a decade.

The facial sculpting technique uses a darker shade to contour areas of the face that should naturally have a shadow and a lighter shade of product to highlight areas of the face where light hits the face. 

Areas like the crease of the eye, underneath the cheekbones, the sides of the nose, the forehead and the jawline where natural shadows are created should be contoured using a darker shade of powder or blush(for the cheekbones). This creates a more defined face.

Areas where the sun naturally hits the face like the browbone, the bridge of the nose and above the cheekbone should be highlighted using a lighter shade of powder.

This technique can be used to imitate different face shapes and conceal parts of the face.


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