I apply blush under my cheekbones and up towards my temple. I'm not sure if I'm just being nuts or what. Is there a reason I like that?!
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
That's a good blush/contouring technique: the C shape! It's supposedly trendy on the runway now to apply blush in a C-shape but high on the cheekbones and on the temple. I've seen blush applied actually on the eye area.

I don't know my face shape. I always think it looks weird. My cheekbones are wider than my forehead, and I really can't tell if my forehead is wider than my jaw. I guess my hair is in my face so much that I don't know my own face shape.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
To help determine your face shape, pull back your hair and look straight into a mirror. Use a marker or even lipstick to trace a line along the edge of your face. Try to stay very still or rest your face lightly on your fist to steady yourself. Now step back. This really helped me to know my face shape. That, or you could just post a pic.

I have smallish eyes, not wide or close set (someone said I was center eyed?) and usually wear glasses, which adds to the smallness.u All I've figured out is that bold liner and liner on the waterline make my eyes look even smaller. Any tips for small eyes or glasses wearers?
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
A quick trick is to line your lower waterline with a creamy white pencil. It widens the eyes very well. NYX cream shadowstick in Milk is a good one. But it is very soft, so apply lightly.

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