Strobing Is the New Contouring – Master it!
and Angled Kabuki Face Brush.
What is strobing? It’s a fun term for highlighting, basically. Extra highlighting will give you a dewy, shimmery, more youthful glow. But because “dewy” can turn into “sweaty” super-quick, here are a few tips to keep you on the right track. But to keep your dewy look into sweaty pretty quickly there are a few tricks you can use.
Follow these simple steps from Celebrity Makeup Artist Kelsey Deenihan and Avon’s mark!
Step 1 – Swirl the angled kabuki face brush over all five shades in the new touch & glow natural glow compact. Place the brush at the top of the cheekbones and sweep upward to the temples.
Step 2 – Next, sweep touch & Glow natural glow down the center of the nose and chin.
Step 3 – Using a smaller brush, like a shadow brush, sweep touch & glow natural glow along the brow bones. Also outline the cupid’s bow to highlight the lips.
PRO TIP! “Pat the product with your fingers after you apply it,” Kelsey says. “The heat from your fingertips warms the products blends it into the skin.
“Contouring became a trend because of the dramatic effect it has on the face. Strobing is the opposite of contouring to achieve the same effect with fewer products–you bring out the high points on your face like the cheekbones, and by doing that, you de-emphasize other aspects, like the hollows of the cheeks.” – Kelsey Deenhihan
Touch & Glow – Shimmer Cream Bars
mark’s Latest Touch & Glow is a new palette of all-new neutrals! Whether you combine the shades for the perfect glow or you blend the indivudals shades over face and eyes for soft, naturally stunning highlights. $16.00
Angled Kabuki Face Brush – Featuring a dense head of supersoft hair, it’s the perfect tool for distributing power all over, contouring and now strobing. $12.00