Full list of products:
Kat Von D Shade and Light palette
Becca Rose Gold Shimmering Skin Perfector
Morphe M460 brush
BH Cosmetics blush brush
Royal and Langnickel Fan brush
Oval Shaped Face
This face shape is the most common and almost everyone contours and highlights based on this face shape. To enhance to bone structure contour along the temples, hair line, hollows of your cheeks at an angle & jaw line. Highlight in the center of the face to pull those features forward.
This face shape likes to look a little bit more lean and follows the same rules as an oval face. To slim the face contour the temples, hair line, hollows of you cheeks and jaw line. The only variation is the contour on the outsides can be thicker strokes than an oval face. This gives a lot of shadow and gives the illusion of a slimmer appearance. Highlight in the center of the face to pull those features forward hence adding dimension.
This face shape wants to look elongated so their contour is going to be on the outsides of the face. The contour can go all along the hair line temples down the face by the ears and outsides of the jaw. The cheek contour is going to be curved up to pull the cheeks upward. Highlight in the center of the face to add light.
Heart Shaped Face
This face shape likes to diminish the appearance of their forehead and angular jaw and chin. Typically you want to contour your temples and jaw line by your ears. Highlight the center of the face to add dimension to the center.
This contour is probably the most non-traditional. To shorten the face this shape usually contours at the top and bottom of the face. Contour your cheeks like a curve to pull the face inwards. Highlight in the traditional places except the chin. Instead of highlighting the chin you want to highlight underneath your lip.