Hawk nose

Some people who have hawk noses tend to be very self-conscious about it, but it is important to remember that you can hide any “unwanted” areas by doing corrective contouring. A hawk nose is normally long with a very prominent bridge and downturned angle tip. The aim here is to make the nose appear into proportion with the rest of the face.
Apply a darker shade of powder or foundation onto the hawk area (downturned tip at the end) just to “hide it” and then apply a highlighting color on the bridge of your nose.
Step 1: Take your 202 Large Shader Brush and dip it into a dark powder color. Apply this color on the hawk part (downturned tip at the end) of your client’s nose. The dark color will push the “hawk” area backwards by hiding it.
Step 2: Wipe your brush with a clean tissue.
Step 3: Finally,
take the same brush and apply a highlighting color on the bridge of your client’s nose.

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