A round-shaped face keeps you looking youthful -- but you can also add a bit of edge." To add a bit of edge to your makeup look
to avoid makeup mistakes that make you look older, it's essential to know how to get your technique just right. Here's everything you need to know about making up a round face
the cheekbones are the widest part of a round face, which is why it's essential to focus on making the sides of your face appear thinner with contouring if you're after a snatched
Once you've evenly applied a base, take a bronzer stick or powder to contour your face. Rachel suggests applying contour to the sides of the forehead
When adding highlight, we recommend highlighting under your eyes, the top of your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, and the chin.
When choosing a contour shade, choose one that is two shades darker than your foundation that still compliments your skin tone. It's also important to avoid adding too much baking powder to your look.