How to Do Makeup for the Face to Look Bigger

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Makeup can be applied in a number of different ways to actually alter your natural appearance and features. Do your makeup to make your face look bigger with help from a master makeup artist with 30 years of industry experience in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Jilladair from Jillidair Cosmetics. I'm a master makeup artist, and we're going to talk about how to make your face look bigger or more balanced. So today we're going to use a contour stick and we're going to use it to create symmetry on your face so that once you have symmetry you can make different things look bigger or balanced. So we're going to take just a little bit, dot it on our thumb and we're going to pretend there's an oval on your face. It doesn't matter what shape face you have, whether you have a square shaped face, a heart shaped face, a round face. It doesn't matter. You want to picture an oval starting here and coming down to the chin. So we're going to just dot a little bit of this here and dot a little bit of this here, if you'd turn please, so that you can see this oval shape taking place. And then everything behind the oval, we just want to shade a little bit and we're just going to contour just a little bit and I'm doing it a little bit darker just so that you can see what I'm talking about. I want you to see this oval starting to take place and always blend from clean into what you're creating. So if you look forward now, you can now see the outline of the oval. So now she's got some symmetry here and she's got the oval taking place. So what's going to happen is that she's now got this frame to work within which is creating this symmetry on her face which is going to allow her to go in and create bigger eyes, bigger lips. So now she can create a bigger face. So I'm Jilladair from Jilladair Cosmetics, and this is how you make your face bigger.


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