So to start you will need;
- an angled contour brush
- a matte bronzer (shade depends on skin colour)
For me, the hardest part is finding a good product/shade and also, not over doing it. In my opinion, makeup is meant to enhance your features and define features so by no means should you be creating a whole new face shape.
- Start out by lightly swirling your brush into the powder. I use NYC Bronzer in shade: Sunny. It is affordable and I find it doesn't look too orangey on my light complexion.
- Next, I locate my cheek bones. You can do this by making a fishy face and where your face indents on your cheeks, is where you want to apply the bronzer.
- After that, I brush the colour back and forth into the hollow of my cheeks (indents from fishy face) TIP: Don't bring the colour past your outer corner of your eye. Anything past this point, looks unnatural.
- And Voila! A natural and easy contour. You can also dust a bit of bronzer onto your temples and around your hairline on your forehead to pull the whole look together.