Makeup is beautiful, and fun, especially when done right.
A little enhancement here and there, to give your face a unique look never hurt anyone.. And what better way to give your makeup that outstanding look, than with some highlight..more highlight, if you may!!
Now it is known fact that the basic areas for popping on some highloghter are the bridge of the nose, the cupid’s bow, the high points of your cheeks, forehead, and chin.. However, there are certain areas this glow could totally look fab on, when applied.
First off is the top, and sides of your shoulders; so..you want to take your brush, sponge, or puff, whatever works for you, swipe that onto your highlighter, and apply generously on the top of your shoulders, and its immediate sides, which is still a little bit almost at the top of your shoulders.. sounds confusing? Not to worry..I’d show you a picture..
And..there you go. The shimmer this technique brings sure is one that would keep heads turning at the sight of you, especially when you have an off, or cold shoulder outfit on.
Another area would be your cleavage.. If you are wearing a dress, or blouse that shows a bit of cleavage, you may want to add some highlight on there, as you do your makeup. Just a soft stroke in between both breasts would give some form of accentuation to the entire look. Remember..you do not want to go in too much; a natural glow will do just fine!!!
Now, on to the final tip of the day…Your neck needs some love as well. In recent times, makeup users apply highlighter to thier clavicle, which really gives a defined look. But the clavicle is not the part of the neck being pointed out in this particular tip.. Instead, it is the sides of the neck. Adding some glow to bith sides of the neck gives your entire frame, from your forehead to your shoulders, a distractive look. People would want to know whats hitting them from both sides of yor neck, and of course, you do not want to add to much there as well. Just a soft pop will do..