The face is the most important part of your body, and when it is your wedding day all eyes are on you. So you have to look your best. So here are some Contouring& highlighting you can do on your big day.

Contouring is an outline of your face with contouring pencil to give your face a narrow look.

Highlighting is really important part of makeup. With the help of highlighter, you can draw special attention to your facial features.

For properly contouring your face you need to follow the steps below:

1.Diamond Face Shape

A diamond face shape will have a hairline which is more narrow than cheek area. Chin is usually slightly pointed. So face is longer than it is wide.

Where you should contour:

The area below your cheekbones is perfect for contouring. You can start from your ears and end in the middle of your cheeks.

Where you should highlight:

highlighter can be used under eyes in an upside-down manner in a triangular shape and along your brow line to brighten your eyes and in the middle of your forehead and the middle of your chin.

2.Heart Face Shape

Heart shaped face people have wider cheeks than your hairline. Chin is narrow and pointed also has a widow’s peak.

Where you should contour:

Start contouring along the sides of forehead and temples so that you can create a balance between the wider upper half of your face and narrow lower half of your face. Start with the area below cheekbones then move to your ears and end in the middle of your cheeks.

Where you should highlight:

Highlight under your eyes in an upside-down triangle shape, so that it brightens your eyes. Then in the middle of your forehead and the middle of your chin to help broaden these narrow areas.

3.Oblong Face Shape

Oblong face shape is twice as long as it is wide so that leaves you with no major points along your jaw, chin, and hairline.

Where you should contour:

Contour along your hairline to create the illusion of a lower hairline. Contour under your chin area to make your face appear a little rounder. And don’t forget the area below your cheekbones starting from your ears and ending in the middle of your cheeks.

Where you should highlight:

Highlight under your eyes in an upside-down triangle shape, so that it brightens your eyes.

4.Oval Face Shape

This face type has no major points along your jaw, chin, or hairline.Oval face shape resembles an upside-down egg.

Where you should contour:

Contour the sides of your forehead slightly to make your hairline appear a little narrow and move the contour brush along cheekbones.

Where you should highlight:

Use highlighter in the middle of your forehead and don’t miss out the middle of your chin.

5.Rectangle Face Shape

How to tell if your face is shaped like a rectangle:

Where you should contour:

Contour the sides of your forehead to make your hairline narrow & also along your hairline to create the illusion of a lower hairline. Contour under your jawbone to make your jawline appear narrow. Also, contour the area below your cheekbones start from your ears and end in the middle of your cheeks.

Where you should highlight:

Highlight in the middle of your chin and along your brow line.

6.Round Face Shape

How to tell if your face is round:

Round face is about as wide as it is long. This face shape has no major points along your jaw, chin, or hairline.

Where you should contour:

Start contouring from your ears and then end to the middle of your cheeks, and final touch up to your jawline to elaborate your face line.

Where you should highlight:

You can highlight the middle of your forehead and the area in the middle of your chin.

7.Square Face Shape

How to tell if your face is shaped like a square:

A square face is about as long as it is wide.The width of this face shape’s hairline and jawline are even.

Where you should contour:

Contour on the sides of your forehead to make hairline appear narrow. Also, contour under your jawbone to make your jawline appear narrow.

Where you should highlight:

  • Highlight the middle of your forehead and the middle of your chin. Also, highlight the cheekbone area.