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How to Make Your Face Appear Shorter and Wider

By: loveviv


  Do you ever have those mornings when you just want to change the way your face looks? It always seems impossible...but not anymore! You will create something similar to the right side of the picture's face.


Instructions



 
Things you will need:
  • Bronzer
  • Foundation
  • Blush
Step
1

Start by priming your face with foundation that is exactly your skin tone. This will be your canvas. If you start with something that is darker than your regular skin tone, the bronzer will not have nearly as strong as an affect as it would have.

 

Step
2

Think of your bronzer as defining the shadows in your face. They\'re not necessarily easy to see, but if you look closely, you\'ll find that they are on your temples, under your cheeks, below your jaw line and around your nose.

 

Step
3

Begin with your temples. Once you\'ve found that shadow, apply bronzer just below them.

 

Step
4

To create a fuller looking nose, dust bronzer just outside the edge of it and around the nostrils.

 

Step
5

To create an image of strong cheekbones, run bronzer along the bottom of the cheek, around where your teeth are.

 

Step
6

Take your bronzer and run it along your jaw line, and bring it up a little bit, just past the line.

 

Step
7

Apply blush on your cheeks and a little on your forehead and chin.

 

 

Tips & Warnings


  • For lips: Line your lips just beyond their natural line. This will create a very full look.
  • For eyes: Apply white eye shadow just above the brow bone. Also, use your liner and bring it out just past the line the lash line.
  • When using bronzer, be careful on how much you use. The picture is purposely over dramatic so it can be seen easily.

 

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