With these tricks, your nose will look completely different. We are all very well aware how sometimes it can be a make-up power, and with certain tricks we can literally achieve miracles. With the help of contouring, we can achieve a perfect face shape or visually reduce or highlight certain portions of the face.
When it comes to nasal contours, we now discover some techniques that will help you visually reduce, lengthen, or nourish your nose.
Nose contours can help us with a variety of products, and the bronzer, eyebrow brush, eye shadow brush and powder will be quite enough for you. The shade of bronzer and powder should be shades or two darker than your tan.
First apply a liquid powder. Then use the thin brush to pull two straight lines on each side of your nose (as in the picture), starting from the bone under the brow until the end of the nose.
Then use a highlighter to lighten the middle of the nose. The highlight highlighter should be a shade or two brighter than your tone.
If the tip of your nose is slightly wider, apply the highlighter only to the half of the nose. For nasal contours instead of highlighters, you can use a white or nude eyeshadow.
Rinse your nails with a make-up sponge or a beauty blender. The lines you have withdrawn should not be deleted, but must look subtle.
Lower the lower part of the nose (above and between the nostrils) with a bronzer or eyeshadow that is slightly darker than the natural color of your tanned skin.
If your nose does not glow, use a bronze medal. Apply it with a sponge or small brush and rinse well.
Apply a small amount of highlighter to the middle of the nose (as shown). In this way you will get the impression that your nose is shorter than in reality.
If you want your nose to look thinner and shorter, shave both sides of the nose and its tip.
With contouring, start immediately beneath the bones beneath the eyebrows. To keep your nose running longer, contour lines straight below the bone to the end of the nose.
Then use a thin brush to rinse the bronzer on both sides of the nose. Follow the bony curve on the nose and continue to shave until the end of the nose.
Always contour from the tip of the nose down because the line below the eyebrow should be a little darker.
Apply the highlighter to the middle of the nose. Apply the highlighter all the way to create the illusion of the long nose.
Use a thin brush to pull two straight lines on each side of the nose. You can use a powder shade of up to two lighter than your tin. Connect the lines at the nose bottom (as in the figure).
Use a sponge or a thin make-up brush to brush the lines well.