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article FiveFourFour – Contouring is a popular beauty trend in which a foundation is layered over a contoured face to create a ‘pout’ effect.
The idea is to make the skin look fuller and softer, and this results in a look that is flattering and comfortable.
The term ‘paint’ has become a popular term to describe a contouring look.
For this post, we’re going to look at how to create contouring coverage in your foundation.
We’re going look at what contouring is, and how to apply it to your own face.
What is contour?
The term ‘contouring’ is often used to describe the natural contouring that comes from using foundation on your face.
A foundation should contain the same type of ingredients that you would use to cover your skin, such as: mineral oil and humectants to soften, soften, and hydrate the skin (such as mineral oil, humectant, aloe vera gel)