Areas that need to move, optical, into the background or camouflage ottenute darker makeup (for example, a darker blush or powder).
The areas that you want to highlight or underline, make more bright (for example, through flickering or light powder or light blush).
You can change almost all features of the face. Retract cheeks and to deepen, apply a little powder of a darker shade than the color of the skin. So, you can make the features of your face more expressive.
To the lips look more clearly and vividly, swipe a thin line contour pencil white or flesh-colored, directly above the natural lip line. Directly below it to guide the contour line. Then apply lipstick.
Long nose will visually appear shorter if you apply on the end off of a small amount of dark blush and gently rubbed.
Pointed chin can make round and soft, if to set off his dark blush.
The forehead can become visually wider, if obliquely applied paint, from the eyebrows to the edge of the area with hair.
Doing make-up, try to come closer to this ideal. But you don't have to lose their individuality. If you have a narrow face, use a lighter powder than the real color of your face. Apply blush horizontally, very thin layer on the cheekbones and shading to the ears.
Down eyebrows and eyes widening horizontal lines, shading. The ends of the eyebrows correct, dropping to the earlobe. Emphasize the curve of the lip contour pencil.
If you have a triangular face, try to soften the contours of his face. A large forehead can set off a powder or blush, simulating a tan. Apply the darker blush on the upper part of the forehead horizontal lines and gently blend downward. Be very careful with blush for cheeks. Better put on the highest point of the cheekbones and then carefully spread towards other parts of the face. Do not select your lips: either paint them pastel colors, or even paint, not to draw attention to the sharp chin. Emphasize the eyes.
Slip the highest point of the eyebrows to the middle, so you will narrow the upper part of the face.