I usually like to wear a little MAC Give Me Sun Mineralize Skinfinish or Guerlain Terra Nerolia Bronzer — just to add some warmth to my skin after applying foundation — and to get a very soft, natural contour.
Here’s what I typically do to contour in this video at the 10:21 mark…
I like that way just fine, but lately I’ve been wanting to try something different — a more defined, contoured look that’s a bit more sculpted, but not scary.
In this episode of Ask MBB, MAC Senior Artist Victor Cembellin weighs in with a few products and tools to get a sculpted, contoured effect that still looks natural.
- MAC 168 Large Angled Contour Brush
- MAC Pro Sculpting Powders
- MAC Pro Shaping Powders
- MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Lightscapade
Eek, I am all over that angled brush! It’s at the top of my mile-long MAC wish list.
As always, thank you for watching. Sending you big hugs today.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. Happy day after St. Paddy’s Day! Did you have any green beer?
I did not, but we did end up going to that Moylan’s place I mentioned for fish and chips but weren’t out late.
It’s a little chilly outside here this morning but warm enough for shorts and a hoodie. My Gerbera daisies send their regards, LOL! If there’s still snow on the ground where you are, I’m sending you rays of virtual sunshine through the monitor…
Are you getting those? They should be coming through any minute now, but there may be a slight delay…
Because it’s sunny now, I have to be extra mindful of the surgery scar on my arm. I’m on doctor’s orders to keep it out of the sunlight while it heals, so I’ve been covering it with a Band-Aid and, of course, you know the boring old brown ones just won’t do.
I’ve been all about these hot pink Hello Kitty ones I found at Target.
Hello Kitty was one of my favorite cartoon characters when I was a kid. I went through a phase where I wanted Hello Kitty errrrrthing.
I guess I’m still in the midst of that phase, haha!
You have a great day today, ‘k?