Full cheeks

People with round faces are generally known to have full (not always visible) cheeks, which lend them an air of looking younger for longer. A truly round face is known to have a rounded chin and a short fairly wide forehead. To make such a face appear slightly oval, you must draw attention and highlight your forehead and the area underneath your eyes that sits just on top of your cheekbones. This helps draw attention to the center of your face. Here, you can use shading on your cheeks and jaw line by using a bronze shade powder or cream foundation, which is likely to suit your skin tone.
Corrective Contouring on Full Cheeks
The aim here is to make the cheeks appear not so full or round. People with round faces tend to have full cheeks.
Step 1: Take your index finger and determine where your client’s cheekbones are.To find this spot, simply place the tip of your index finger on the tragus part of your ear. If you don’t know what part that is, then you can do two things. First, you can try making a fish face and suck your cheeks in, or second you can make a 45° angle between your lips and your ear. When you keep your finger inclined at such an angle you can feel your cheek bones above your fingers. This then is the area that needs to be contoured or shaded.
Step 2: Take your 127 Blush Brush and apply a dark shade of powder/bronzer/blush just underneath her natural cheekbones.
Step 3: Wipe your brush with a clean tissue
Step 4: Finally, take the same brush and dip it into a light cream, beige or white eye shadow color. Apply this color just above her natural cheekbones.
By doing this, you will create the illusion that she has nice accentuated cheekbones.

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