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Contour Novices May Want To Try Nontouring To Highlight Their Features
Contouring can be tough to master, is time-consuming, and doesn’t look very natural in broad daylight. Enter ‘nontouring,’ a much easier and softer alternative to getting that chiseled face we all desire.
To properly ‘nontour’ apply a few dabs of liquid cream or highlighter onto the apples of your cheeks, the high point of your cheekbones, the high planes of your forehead, and the bridge of your nose. Blend the highlighter by tapping lightly with your ring finger.
For extra oomph, highlight your brow bone, cupid’s bow, and the tip of your nose before lightly brushing on some highlighting powder for the perfect luminous finish. Nontouring is all about letting your natural skin shine through, so use a light daytime look for the rest of your makeup to match.