Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Beauty Basics: How to Contour & Highlight Your Face for Everyday Wear

This tutorial is about contouring and highlighting your face in a way that’s subtle and practical for everyday. You can always create darker shadows for a more dramatic look.

Products Used

  • MAC 165 Brush (Review)
  • MAC 184 Brush (Review)
  • MAC Sculpt Sculpting Powder (Review)
  • Dior Amber Diamond Skin Shimmer (Review)

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14 thoughts on “Video Tutorial: How to Contour & Highlight Your Face for Everyday Wear

  1. Danielle Sharkey

    Thanks Christine! This was very helpful!!! You look gorgeous as always!!!

  2. Tehreem

    hey great video…thank u so much. I would love if you would show how to contour the nose in a future video. Also is there areason you dont contour your own nose? thanks Christinee…:)

  3. Great video, it has a really nice effect and it would be much better for a lot of people instead of heavy-duty contouring.

  4. Natalie

    Damn now I have a lemming for Dior Skin Shimmer. It looks A LOT better than any other shimmer products :(

  5. SnickerDoodle

    YAAAAY!! I can’t wait till my boss leaves the office so I can watch it, LOL.

  6. Avatar of Shelly Shelly

    I’ve always used an angled blush brush to contour and it’s always been too heavy for me, so thank you SO much for suggesting a dual fiber fan brush! I also prefer a very natural, subtle look and it looks like that brush will save me a lot of effort trying NOT to overdo it, lol.

  7. Ale

    Hi Christine. Loved the video. I’m 20-25 on MAC. I believe Sculpting Powder Bone Beige would be too light for me to contour (hollow cheeks). Would you recommend Sculpt color for me? Or should I have the Bone Beige anyway?
    Again, thanks a lot for this great video and this great website.