If you have a broad nose that you want to make appear slightly narrow, then use a good quality powder (that is 1-2 shades darker) on the sides of your nose and also at the nostrils, leaving the bridge of the nose untouched. Here, don’t blend the darker color with your face foundation, but ensure that the two shades are similar in hue, and both suit your skin undertone.
Step 1: Take your 202 Large Shader Brush and apply a darker shade of powder at the sides of your client’s nose and also at the sides of her nostrils to make the nose appear narrower.
The most common corrective contouring method for rectifying a small sized snub nose is to give it a more defined shape and to soften the tip-tilted part at the end of the nose. For this, apply a line or strip of highlighter down the length of your nose. This is because as this catches light, it makes the nose look longer and fuller. Take a darker color powder and apply this onto the tip-tilted area of your nose. This will push the tilted area backwards and soften up the shape of your nose.
Step 1: Take your 202 Large Shader Brush and dip it into a highlighting eye shadow. Apply this color over the length of your client’s nose. As your nose catches light, it will actually make your nose appear longer and fuller.
Step 2: Wipe the brush with a clean tissue.
Step 3: Then, dip the 202 Large Shader Brush into a darker color powder and apply this onto the tip of your client’s nose. This will push the tilted area backwards and soften up the shape of her nose.