Any of our shades of Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush will work beautifully with your facial structure and face shape, as long as you choose the shade that works best for your skin tone, and apply it in a way that works for your high cheekbones. Start at your cheekbones and blend up toward your ears and your temples.
How do you make high cheekbones look good?
Just in this section here. And again I'm bringing it back and forward and the same thing again just gonna bring it back and forward nice. And high on the cheekbone.
Where do you put highlighter on high cheekbones?
It at the high points. And blend it. Out. So you can see it gives me that nice highlight when the light hits. It. Okay so i'm going to do the same with the other. Side just blending it. Up.
Where do you put blush stick on your face?
And give it more of like that narrow elongated. Look so the next place i'm applying it is going to be at the apple of the cheekbone.
Should blush go above or below cheekbones?
First, locate your cheekbones. Then, sweep your chosen blush along the uppermost part of your cheekbones to help add height and definition. Avoid placing the blush below your cheekbones—that's where you'll want to put your contour, if you use it.
How do you apply blush and highlighter to an oval face?
When applying blush to an oval-shaped face, the intention is to help widen and round the look of your facial features while flushing them with rosy radiance. Apply blush to the cheeks for a healthy-looking flush, accentuating the apples of the cheeks to make an oval face appear wider.