What does shading do in makeup?
As a general rule, shading makes features recede or appear withdrawn or hollow. Usually we use dark colors to define areas, shading can be used to define cheekbones by applying where shadows naturally occur on the face like the hollows of the cheeks and on the temples. Also, we would use white or shinning color to highlight your nose or forehead.
Dark Color Face Shading For Cheek
Just apply it beneath your cheeks, blending up and along both sides of your nose, blending out. For more slimming action, use it on your hairline blending up and on your jawline blending down.
Cream Stick : ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Cream Stick Contour
Single Color Powder : BOBBI BROWN Bronzing powder, LAURA MERCIER Matte Radiance baked powder
ALL IN ONE Cream Palette
All-in-one 3-well palette featuring bronzer, highlight and blush. A soft white shade or shinning light color are like the luminous glow of daylight. These lightly shimmering shades can be applied individually or layered together to create a multi-dimensional glow and highlight your nose. Pink color can be used for the blush and dark part is for the cheekbone for define the face shape, to make your face stand-out.
For example, TOM FORD Skin Illuminating Powder Duo, ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Face Palette – Italian Summer, HUDA BEAUTY Glow Obsession Mini Rich face palette and DIOR Backstage Glow Face Palette.
Highly recommend to launch your own All in one face shading cream palette that can be multiple-use. This is more popular for the market, since nowadays customers pursues easy to carry, fast, convenient makeup products.