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How To Define Your Cheekbones In 4 Simple Steps

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How To Define Your Cheekbones In 4 Simple Steps

Having beautifully defined and high cheekbones can make your face look more structured. 

But how to get defined cheekbones especially when you've not been gifted with the bone structure? 

A lot of online tutorials rely on numerous steps and countless expensive products to achieve that defined cheekbones look of celebs like Keira Knightley or Naomi Campbell. 

The good news is that defining cheekbones doesn't have to be complicated. Or costly.

You can create a structured look on your face and define your cheekbones with makeup with little time and effort in four simple steps.

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How to Define Your Cheekbones in 4 Simple Steps

Step 1: Locate your cheekbones

Before you can define your cheekbones, you need to figure out exactly where they are located on your face. 

The easiest way to do this is by sucking your lips together like a fish to create hollows in your cheeks.

For each side, place a finger in the hollow of your cheek and slide it up until it contacts the underlying bone. 

This is the area where you should apply contouring.

How to Define Your Cheekbones Step 1: Locate your cheekbones

Step 2: Create the base

Apply a darker foundation or powder than you usually use along your cheekbones, bringing it in toward the middle of your face. 

Make sure that your cheekbones and the apples of your cheeks are covered with the foundation that suits your skin tone.

Blend them all together using a soft brush or a beauty blender.

How to Define Your Cheekbones Step 2: Create the base

Step 3: Apply a cream blush

Create a brighter, more alert look by applying a small amount of cream blush to the apples of your cheeks.

How to Define Your Cheekbones Step 3: Apply a cream blush

Step 4: Use a highlighter to add definition

To accentuate and make your cheekbones look high, apply a shimmering highlighter across the top of the bone, starting at the outer edge of the eye and sweeping it upward toward the temples.

How to Define Your Cheekbones Step 4: Use a highlighter to add definition

If you want some more information and details on how to change your cheeks then this website can help.

Are you blessed with high cheeks like Cameron Diaz or Halle Berry? 

It's okay if you're not.

Follow these 4 simple steps to define your cheekbones and achieve that sophisticated, structured, and stunning look.

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