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How to sculpt your face?

Learn how to sculpt your face in three steps with the Pro Sculpting Duo.

How to sculpt your face?

Learn how to sculpt your face in three steps with the Pro Sculpting Duo.

Every face can be embellished with the right technic. Learn how to correct your face with Pro Sculpting Duo.

STEP BY STEPS

1. Highlight – Add shape and volume
Apply the light shade regarding the first face Chart to create shadows through contrast using the flat part of brush #150.
Pro Tips - Brush application gesture: “swiping and not swirling”, pick up gently on the brush using strokes always in the same direction and applying medium pressure.

2. Contour – Contour and refine
The dark shade emphasizes the previously applied touches of light. Contour your face following the second Face Chart using the beveled side of brush #150.

3. Blend
Blend your makeup using the flat part of brush #150.

 

FOLLOW THE STEP BY STEPS AND FIND THE RIGHT TECHNIQUE FOR YOUR FACE

Oval shape - Ideal shape, balanced proportions
Blend dark shade upwards.
Objective: Simply enhance the natural features of the face.

Round face
Apply dark shade under the cheekbone blending downwards.
Objective: Contour / reduce volume: cheeks and jawline. Lengthen the face.

Long – The face is longer than it is wide
Apply dark shade horizontally towards the center.
Objective: Widen the face - diminish forehead height, round out facial contours. “Cut" the middle part in half (cheeks).

Square – Face is as long as it is wide
Apply dark shade on the top of the cheekbone and blend in.
Objective: Refine and lengthen the face - reduce cheekbone and jawbone width.

Inverted Triangle – Temples and cheekbones are wider than the jaw, chin is narrow and pointed
Objective: Reestablish facial balance between the two parts of the face - reducing the upper part (wide) and highlighting the lower part (pointed).

Triangle – Jaw is wider than the temples and cheekbones
Objective: Narrow down the width of the jaw and highlight the cheekbones and forehead.

 

 

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