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Contour Contour!

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  1. Jayna Rae

    Thanks! Do you have a photo of your conoured self to share?

  2. Shwin R

    I changed the post to now include myself contoured, the before and after.

  3. BrittaandGeorge

    I should have had you teach me this in person. Gereat post.

  4. sisters4saymoreismore

    SO important!!! i love to contour, it changes EVERYTHING! great post!<br /><br />~selina

  5. Jayna Rae

    Thanks! I love the change. You look gorgeous both ways, but it is great to see the effect in a more subtle manner than the model photos. This is an awesome tutorial, as pretty much everything you do is.

  6. kdalomia

    First off I have to say I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog! So creative and I am so grateful for your willingness to share your awesome expertise 🙂 I have a quick question since I am so not a makeup or skin expert. As I have gotten older, I have noticed that my pores are getting a little bigger…it is not terrible but how can I prevent it or get rid of it as well as the uneven skin tone and minor

  7. e3ross84

    You look purdy in both! 🙂

  8. Wine Lover

    How to contour to make my forehead appear shorter???? Tia

  9. Aeryn Kelly-Reitmeyer

    I don&#39;t see the difference…

  10. Rubes

    It would help more if both photos were taken at the same angle. You can&#39;t see the contouring at a 3/4 turn compared to the straight-on shot of the first pic.

  11. anjelle-eyes

    FYI, that is an incorrect image source. That contoured woman photo actually belongs to makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin, it&#39;s his sister actually. This was for his book &quot;Making Faces&quot; which I HIGHLY recommend if you are getting into advances techniques – it is absolutely a brilliant book and teaches you amazing makeup tricks:<br /><br />http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/

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